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How many times has a Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) official, in the recent past, got the opportunity to welcome a Bengal player with a bouquet, on his homecoming after a match?...On Wednesday, however, a beaming Sujan Mukherjee, the CAB joint-
Captain Sourav Ganguly will once again be in action as he was named the Bengal skipper for the Vijay Hazare Trophy, on Thursday. The Bengal selectors also named a 22-player probables squad after a one-and-a-half-hour long meeting at the Cricket
The effort not only made him popular among the "powers-that-be" in Indian cricket but has also opened windows of opportunity for the affable sports administrator from Bengal...Dey would be Team India's manager for the two T20 internationals and tri-
The Bhubaneswar-born cricketer, who took four wickets to play a major role in the West Indies collapse early on day three of the second cricket Test at the Eden Gardens Wednesday, feels the stint in county cricket with Surrey has helped him learn to
After a wicketless third day, Dinda returned with figures of four for 87 as Gujarat were bowled out for 495 runs--- 65 runs short of Bengal`s first innings total of 560. Bengal got three points by virtue of first innings lead while Gujarat got a
I ndia rode on stroke-filled half centuries from Suresh Raina (80) and Virat Kohli (86) as they recovered from an early jolt to post a comfortable six-wicket victory over England and take 4-0 lead in the five-match ODI series, in Mumbai, on Sunday.
Kolkata Knight Riders coach Dav Whatmore and National Cricket Academy Director Sandeep Patil, opened a residential coaching camp in West Bengal''s Maoist-affected Jhargram district on Sunday. The camp was opened with the aim at finding cricketing
In a bid to popularise cricket among the tribals of Maoist dominated Jangalmahal area, the Cricket Association of Bangal (CAB) today unveiled a ten-day long residential coaching camp at Jhargram in West Midnapore district. The camp was flagged off by
The Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) would organise an exhibiton match between national champion Bengal Ranji Team (1989) and national champion Bengal T-20 on Sunday at Kalyani here to mark the opening of the Bengal Cricket Academy.
The script on the eve of the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) did not promise any thrills. Jagmohan Dalmiya was set to be elected unopposed as the president for yet another term and promises were supposed to be