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18th Day of March


David Lloyd, the left-hand opener for England, was born on this day. He played 7 Tests between 1974 and 1975. He even made a double-hundred, against India in Edgbaston in his second Test. Llyod turned umpire and he a commentator.

Eknath Solkar, the best short-leg fielder who represented India, was born on this day. to ever grace the game. Solkar equalled the then world record of six catches in a Test w When India beat West Indies for the first time ever in Port-of-Spain in 1970-71. Solkar remains Test cricket’s most successful fielder, with 53 catches in just 27 matches – the best ratio of any non-wicketkeeper with 20 or more Tests.

Bob Woolmer, the South African coach of the Pakistan team, Bob Woolmer, the coach of the Pakistan team amidst the World Cup. The shock came barely twenty-four hours after Pakistan was defeated by Ireland and knocked out of the tournament. Woolmer was 58 then. The Jamaican police launched a murder inquiry but After many months of investigations and speculations, it was revealed that he died natural death.

Shikhar Dhawan made the fastest Test century on debut. His 187, came against Australia in Mohali.

Dinesh Karthik’s last ball six awarded India the Nidahas Trophy T20 final against Bangladesh in Colombo. Walking in with India needing 34 from 12 balls, Karthik took Rubel Hossain for 22 runs. In the final over, batsman at the other end, Vijay Shankar, fmade a mess by bringing it down to five from the last two balls and then got out. Karthik, who had crossed, hit the last ball over the cover boundary for six. His feat brought back memory of Javed Miandad’s last-ball six against India at Sharjah.


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PoulomiKundu started her career in 2000 as a freelance journalist in Hindustan Times. Soon after she was selected an intern in Zee News, Kolkata. After her post- graduation in English, Poulomi joined the leading television production house of eastern India, Rainbow Productions. She was a journalist in Khas Khobor, a Bengali news magazine programme in Doordarshan and also headed the post production department of another programme, Khas Kolkata. In 2004, Poulomi moved to Delhi as a creative writer in an advertising agency, Brand Stewards Pvt. Ltd. In 2005, she again shifted her base for a better opportunity and that in Mumbai. There she got the job in Raa Media Pvt Ltd. as an associate director of two programmes for Doordarshan-Yuva and Paisa Vasool. In the meantime, she also wrote features in DNA as a freelancer. Poulomi directs promotional videos, develops scripts for films for Corporate and NGOs. But an ardent sports lover, Poulomi always had an urge to contribute somewhere in the field of sports. Her love for sports started from an early age when she played gully cricket and football for local teams. Academics and professional hazards sometimes took her away from her passion, but it never died in her. She always nurtured the never-ending dream. So she materialized her dream in the form of ‘SPORTSAVOUR’. It is an online sports portal that serves sports with the tagline ‘For the indigenous, unconventional, unknown’.


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