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16-year-old Jemimah smashes double ton for Mumbai in 50-over game - 16-year-old Jemimah smashes double ton for Mumbai in 50-over game 30th November 2017 Share: Jemimah Rodrigues (Image credit-Twitter/NDTV Sports) Mumbai: 16-year-old Jemimah Rodrigues, of Mumbai, the city which has produced many cricket legends, powered her way to a 163-ball 202 against Saurashtra in a 50-over match of an U-19 tournament in Aurangabad.

16-year-old Jemimah smashes double ton for Mumbai in 50-over game -

The young cricketer was first drafted into Mumbai’s U-19 team when she was just 13 years old and now, she already has two centuries in her kitty and has an average over 300 in the U-19 Super Leagues. Jemimah began playing the game at a very young age and had initially started as a bowler. The youngster is also an example of versatility as she also has represented Mumbai in hockey at the U-17 level.

The right-handed Jemimah demolished the opposition single-handedly with this magnificent knock as she helped her team pile up a mammoth 347/2 in their 50 overs. Comments Post a Comment. Women's Asian Cup: India defeat China, lifts trophy after 13 years - SportsCrunch: Latest Sports News. Women’s Asian Cup: India defeat China, lifts trophy after 13 years 30th November 2017.

Women's Asian Cup: India defeat China, lifts trophy after 13 years - SportsCrunch: Latest Sports News

Yes, I am under pressure: ATK coach, Teddy Sheringham - SportsCrunch: Latest Sports News. Yes, I am under pressure: ATK coach, Teddy Sheringham 30th November 2017 Share: (From left to right) ATK co-owner Utsav Parekh, coach Teddy Sheringham, principal owner Sanjiv Goenka and marquee signing Robbie Keane (Image credit-SportsCrunch) Kolkata: Kolkata based franchise ATK has been one of the most successful sides in the Indian Super League.

Yes, I am under pressure: ATK coach, Teddy Sheringham - SportsCrunch: Latest Sports News

Both of it’s previous Spanish Coaches Antonio Habas and Jose Molina have led the team to title glory in their first season with the club and newly appointed coach Teddy Sheringham has the onus on him to create the same magic with an entirely new management and a new set of players. Coming on the back of a hugely successful career that saw him play for some of Europe’s top clubs like Manchester United and Tottenham, Teddy however admits that he ‘is under pressure’ of meeting up expectations that the previous ATK teams has set.

Sindhu not happy with IndiGo airlines; calls it a 'very bad experience' - SportsCrunch: Latest Sports News. Sindhu not happy with IndiGo airlines; calls it a ‘very bad experience’ 29th November 2017 Share:

Sindhu not happy with IndiGo airlines; calls it a 'very bad experience' - SportsCrunch: Latest Sports News

Ganguly penning down a book on mind games - Ganguly penning down a book on mind games 28th November 2017 Share: Sourav Ganguly; image credit: The Hindu Kolkata: Although former Indian skipper and CAB president Sourav Ganguly feels writing a book is ‘nightmarish’ yet the former southpaw is writing a book on mind games in sports.

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“To sit and write, dictate someone, then correct it and make sure it’s on time with the publisher, it’s a nightmare,” said Ganguly during a book release function. On his upcoming book, he said, “I was chased for a long time but I’m not a great writer. He further revealed, “It’s a book on how the player’s mindset is important to develop the sport and I found that pretty boring actually.” Ganguly’s cricketing journey is nothing short of eventful. Said Ganguly, “I have not started thinking about my autobiography. Comments Post a Comment. Don't undervalue Dhoni's experience: Adam Gilchrist - Don’t undervalue Dhoni’s experience: Adam Gilchrist 28th November 2017 Share:

Don't undervalue Dhoni's experience: Adam Gilchrist -

Commonwealth Shooting Championships: Gagan Narang wins silver; z, Annu settle for bronze. Commonwealth Shooting Championships: Gagan Narang wins silver; Swapnil, Annu settle for bronze 28th November 2017 Share: Gagan Narang (left) won the silver medal (Image credit-Hindustan Times) Brisbane: London Olympics bronze medalist Gagan Narang clinched the silver medal in the Men’s 50M Rifle Prone event at the ongoing Commonwealth Shooting Championships in Brisbane, Australia.

Commonwealth Shooting Championships: Gagan Narang wins silver; z, Annu settle for bronze

Young star Swapnil Kusale also impressed with a bronze medal while experienced campaigner Annu Raj Singh achieved the same standing, in the Women’s 25M Pistol event. The day started brightly for the Indians as both Gagan and Swapnil, competing in the same event qualified for the eight-men finals. “It was a very windy day and I had to dig deep. Gagan who was participating in a major tournament for the first time since the 2016 Rio Olympics looked sharp with every shot. 10M Air Pistol Gold medalist Heena Sidhu along with three other Indian Women qualified for the finals. Comments Post a Comment. 2017 is Srikanth's year: B Sai Praneeth. 2017 is Srikanth’s year: B Sai Praneeth 28th November 2017 Share:

2017 is Srikanth's year: B Sai Praneeth

World Cup success earns Kolkata ISL final; Kochi to host opener - World Cup success earns Kolkata ISL final; Kochi to host opener 27th November 2017 Share: The Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan (Image credit-Twitter)

World Cup success earns Kolkata ISL final; Kochi to host opener -

2nd T20I vs NZ: India firm favourites in Rajkot clash - Ranji Trophy: Pujara hits 12th first class double ton - Ranji Trophy: Pujara hits 12th first class double ton 22nd November 2017 Share: Image credit: Hindustan Times Kolkata: Indian Test team mainstay and Saurashtra skipper Cheteshwar Pujara smashed his way to a scintillating 204 to register his 12th first class double hundred- the most by an Indian.

Ranji Trophy: Pujara hits 12th first class double ton -

Resurgence in English football begins with U-17 World Cup win. Resurgence in English football begins with U-17 World Cup win 22nd November 2017 Share: England U-17 players celebrating with the U-17 World Cup (Image credit- Twitter) Kolkata: It was 30th July 1966 when England considered the home of football, won the World Cup for the first time in it’s history and that night at Wembley became the greatest night in English football. 50 years since then and all England could achieve was pain and agony, with the 1990 fourth place finish their biggest achievement in the FIFA tournaments. But all despair was put to rest when the ‘Three Lions’ returned to a city they once ruled, the pinnacle of Indian football and Kolkata once a British Capital (1772-1911), did not disappoint. Punjab State League: Minerva aim for a win against Punjab Police.

Punjab State League: Minerva aim for a win against Punjab Police 22nd November 2017 Share: Ranji Trophy: Prithvi Shaw scores fourth first class ton to. Ranji Trophy: Prithvi Shaw scores fourth first class ton to 22nd November 2017 Share: Prithvi Shaw (Image credit-The Indian Express) Kolkata: 17-year-old Prithvi Shaw continued to impress everyone with his batting performances as the youngster registered yet another hundred as Mumbai ended up with 264/6 against Odisha at the end of the first day’s play in Bhubaneswar.

The prodigious batsman now has four first class hundreds in five matches-a feat second only to the great Sachin Tendulkar, who had seven first class tons before the age of 18. The visitors didn’t get to the best of starts as Akhil Herwadkar was sent back for just 14 by right-arm medium pacer Basant Mohanty. Shaw hit a total of 18 fours in his 105-run knock that came of 153 deliveries and after he was dismissed in the 44th over by Mohanty, Mumbai clearly were pushed to the back foot as they could score only 108 runs in the next 46 overs. Virat Kohli, Mithali Raj top ICC rankings. Virat Kohli, Mithali Raj top ICC rankings 22nd November 2017 Share: Virat Kohli and Mithali Raj (Image credit-newindianexpress.com and DNA India) Kolkata: In what can be called an unique feat, Virat Kohli and Mithali Raj-the respective captains of the Indian men’s and women’s cricket teams have climbed to the number one spot in the men’s and women’s ODI batting rankings.

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