Monthly Archives: May 2014

Questioning the Standard of Grade Cricket

Is this the start of a proper overdue review that will result in action amongst Grade Cricket. The feeling within Adelaide seems to think so and already the seeds are being planted that a “cut in clubs” is possible. This … Continue reading

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A Day At KIOC – In The Words of Irfan

A typical day at Karnataka Institute of Cricket, Bangalore as described by Irfan Sait (Director of Cricket) in his own words: Five sessions per day – each session is 150 minutes duration start at 6.30 AM, 9.30AM, 1PM, 4Pm & … Continue reading

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Pat Malligan – A Touch of Class with Eternal Elegance

Pat Malligan passed away in the early hours of this morning, Saturday 24th May 2014. That she held on for Saturday, after I had a heartfelt conversation with John on Thursday late afternoon learning of the graveness, ironically symbolic. Saturday … Continue reading

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A man called Irfan – KIOC, Bangalore

A year ago at this time in 2013, a relationship that started may years before in the depths of a Melbourne winter veered down a new path. The gracious Irfan Sait from the Karnataka Institute of Cricket had extended an … Continue reading

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