The armistice signed on “the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month” marked victory for the Allies and the collapse of Germany – the end of WWI.
An Inzaman-ul-Haq century before lunch against Zimbabwe [insert quippy line about Inzaman being hungry]. At the Harare Sports Club, Inzi plundered 112 from 107 balls with 20 typical stand-and-deliver fours.
German mathematician Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz demonstrates integral calculus for the first time to find the area under the graph of y = f(x) function. The
Alyssa Healy hit a World T20 record, scoring 50 off 21 balls in Australia’s comfortable win over Ireland, in Providence, Guyana. She top scored in four of Australia’s six wins in the tournament, ended as top scorer and won player of the tournament.
George Giffentook – ‘the Australian WG Grace’ – became the first and only man to score a first-class double century and take 16 wickets in the same game for South Australia against Victoria.
The world’s a shitshow, so what better way to cheer ourselves up?
The ECB still hoping to get some cricket played somehow.
James Anderson will play forever.
Pads and gloves are awkward and cumbersome. What if we junked them?
English season delayed by at least seven weeks.
Ben Stokes on the mend after injury from when cricket was still a thing.
Several England stars have represented many franchises in the Indian Premier League since the start in 2008.
The Sri Lankan government has decided people arriving from the UK won’t be allowed into the country.