HUSSEY TO LEAD CRICKET TASMANIA REVIEW

Legend of the game Michael Hussey is set to lead an independent review of Cricket Tasmania’s Male Pathway and High Performance programs, CT announced. The former Australian Batsman would conduct his review following the recent dismissal of Tasmania tigers coach Dan Marsh. Hussey would review the Tigers team, the Future League programs, Emerging Tigers and the under-age state programs. His recommendations would help CT know if they are following best practices. Additionally, he would check if the staffing and funding are adequate. Hussey retired from everything that had to do with the game in 2016, before being drafted to BBL Read More


HUSSEY IMPRESSED BY AMIR AFTER RETURN FROM BAN

Going back to 2009, Muhammad Amir had arrived on the Australian shores, where he took on a much different side and made an outstanding impression on both his team mates and the crowd. However, a year later, that was 2010, Amir was among three Pakistani players convicted of spot fixing in the series as he deliberately bowled no-balls to specific points in the match. This thus led to a suspension being placed on him by the ICC to last for five years. He was also sent to jail by the English Judges having been found guilty of indulging in corrupt Read More


Reverse Sweep Dismissals Brings lots of criticism

Even though this is an era where reverse sweep has almost become a text book shot, a dismissal on a reverse sweep attempt still invites criticism. It’s simply because while a reverse sweep can give you a guaranteed four if you get it right, you, at the same time, are also putting your wicket on the line while making that attempt. The old man in the Australian batting line up Adam Voges, who is a disciplined batter, was being really gritty on Day 2 at Galle, keeping the on song Dilruwan Perera at bay. But, something happened to the Western Read More






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