The Champions League Twenty20 allows plenty of opportunities for underdog teams to slay big gun outfits. While this is bad for business, it's great for the sport, writes Nick Sadleir.
Barend Prins reckons Saeed Ajmal will lose the race against time, in a fruitless bid to remodel a bowling action destined for consistent question.
The Champions League Twenty20 is not sport in its truest sense. The playing field is so uneven that any real competition is ripped out. There is little point in teams from outside the Indian Premier League turning up. They are patronised and there to make up the numbers, writes Peter Miller.
Warwickshire teen batsman Sam Hain became the youngest player for the club to reach a double century, reaching the landmark against Northamptonshire in the County Championship on Thursday.
While baseball may be cricket's inferior third cousin, a bit slower and less exciting, we still must praise efforts when they arise. Even if they use gloves...