Sammy backs Roach to overcome no-ball problem

Sammy backs Roach to overcome no-ball problem

Nottingham : United Kingdom | May 27, 2012 at 2:01 AM PDT
Source: NewKerala
Views: Pending
He always strives and even throughout this series he's been playing with an ankle niggle and he keeps running in day in and day out," Sammy told reporters. "It's disappointing that you bowl a good ball, you get the result but it's a no-ball. But he kept coming in and created more opportunities and thank... FULL ARTICLE AT NewKerala
  • Clear
  • Share:
  • Share
  • Clear
  • Clear
  • Clear
  • Clear
  • Credibility
  • Wait... Flag

News Stories

  • England have Windies on ropes in second test

      Wellington Dominion
    England were on the verge of clinching the three-match series against West Indies after the tourists' top order failed again on the third day of the second test at Trent Bridge. Trailing by 58 on first innings, West Indies limped to 61 for six, a...
  • West Indies at 61-6, leads England by 3 runs

      Taiwan News
    West Indies appeared on the brink of defeat in the second test after collapsing to 61-6 on Sunday with a lead of just three runs over England at stumps on day three. England tore through the top order during Sunday's evening session at Trent Bridge.
  • Cricket: England eye series win as Windies slump again

      Channel NewsAsia
    West Indies' latest top-order collapse left England on the brink of a series-clinching victory in the second Test at Trent Bridge here on Sunday. The tourists had slumped to 61 for six in their second innings at stumps on the third day. That gave...
  • England sense Windies series win

    Hosts sense Test series victory England blew away the West Indies top order in the late Sunday sunshine to take an unshakeable stranglehold on the second Test and the series. James Anderson bowled Kieran Powell for just one in his second over and had...
  • England manage just 58 run lead as Strauss bags 21st century

      The independent
    As England supporters, we should scorn at any such deciding factor within football...The last time there were five different winners of the first five Formula One races was 20 years ago... Suggested Topics England took a modest 58-run lead on the...
  • England v West Indies – live!

      The Observer
    West Indies 14-2 (Barath LBW b Anderson 7) Barath has walked! He considered the review for a long time before eventually accepting the LBW decision. Anderson has his second wicket, and this was a cracking delivery that roared back off the seam to hit...

More From Allvoices

Related People

Use of this site is governed by our Terms of Use Agreement and Privacy Policy.

© Allvoices, Inc. 2008-2014. All rights reserved. Powered by PulsePoint.