Seemingly rushed into her new role as England coach, Lisa Keightley’s first task will be to quickly get a handle on the team’s transition.
Richa Ghosh and her father, Manabendra Ghosh, talked about her journey – starting at a young age to the T20 World Cup selection.
Mithali Raj talks to Priya Nagi about age-group tournament, having the best coach irrespective of gender and her future in this freewheeling chat.
Gond ke laddoo is a winter sweet in North India. Usually, the older women in the family— mothers and grandmothers— take up the task to prepare this healthy sweet that is enjoyed with a glass of milk through the season. “Right now it is winter, so I enjoy gond ke laddoo with milk,” Shafali Verma,
2017-18 was a difficult period for Cricket Australia (CA). It started with the pay dispute, then came the ball tampering scandal that resulted in a cultural review, and finally a string of resignations among the senior management. Suddenly, it seemed like an administration, and team (read, men) that had ruled both on and off the
Diana Edulji is satisfied with what she has achieved and been able to give back to the game. As we sit down for a chat at her home in Mumbai, the former India captain, relaxed and upfront, opens up on her 33-month long tenure as part the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA). The only
NCA bowling coach Narendra Hirwani and T Dilip are set to travel with team India for the upcoming limited-overs series against the West Indies as bowling and fielding coach, respectively. The appointments come as a surprise as the Hemlata Kala-led selection panel claimed that they were kept out of the hiring process. It is understood
From the legendary Lala Amarnath to Woorkeri Venkat Raman, India received the services of 13 coaches — six of which were women — from 1976 to present. The last woman to serve under the umbrella of BCCI was Purnima Rau, former India captain. Her tenure 2015-17 ended months before the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 when
Julia Price, former Australia wicket-keeper-turned United States of America head coach, often uses the word ‘brave’. It is one of her coaching philosophies— a value that she wants her team to imbibe. If there is one person in the USA team who epitomises that quality, it is Sindhu Sriharsha, their captain. Sindhu’s career has seen
Nida Dar, the self-professed ‘Lady Boom Boom,’ made history by becoming the first Pakistani woman to sign a Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) contract earlier this week. The 32-year old is set to don Sydney Thunder’s lime green and black kit in her maiden appearance in the tournament, which begins on October 18. Dar will