Cricket News sort by Denesh Ramdin

In a rather surprising development, West Indian wicket-keeper Denesh Ramdin has been chosen as Windies’ new captain in the five-day format.

Trinidad and Tobago with their exciting bowling attack dumped Brisbane Heat by 25 runs in a Group B Match at Ranchi. Brisbane Heat led by all-rounder James Hopes looked quite weak in both the bowling and the batting departments and as a result couldn’t go onto beat Trinidad and Tobago.

West Indies are in control of their Opening Test at the Shere Bangla National Stadium with Bangladesh losing three top order wickets in reply to the visitors’ huge total of 527 for 4 declared.

West Indies have made one change to their 13-man squad by calling up Wicket Keeper Devon Thomas to replace Denesh Ramdin for the final two ODIs against New Zealand. Denesh Ramdin misses out because of his wedding.

Indian captain M S Dhoni has been appointed brand ambassador of cricket in Nepal, with the aim of promoting the game as well as tourism in the country. In a lighter vein, we look at imaginary clubs that some cricketers/ administrators would be very good at promoting.

West Indies Wicket Keeper Denesh Ramdin has been fined 20% of his match fees by the ICC for breaching the Players’ Code of Conduct during the Birmingham Test. Ramdin on the fourth day morning had flashed out a paper which read ‘Yea Viv Talk Nah’ immediately after reaching his second Test Century.

West Indies wicket-keeper Denesh Ramdin registered his second Test century on Sunday in the rain-marred Edgbaston Test. His second hundred came in his 45th Test and, ironically, while Ramdin held up a chit which read ‘Yea Viv talk nah’ after reaching the landmark, he was only confirming the point the great Viv Richards made about him.