Jhingan, 21, was one of the standout performers in the inaugural ISL and was named the Emerging Player of the Tournament.
Despite a superb IPL last season, Vohra has been warming the benches for quite some time now.
Anmolpreet impressed with his batting prowess during two of his innings.
“Playing alongside established and senior cricketers would definitely be a big boost for me," says Taniya Bhatia
The Board of Control for Cricket in India had named Shubman as the Best U-16 Cricketer of 2013-2014.
Shubham was not only the top scorer in the tournament but also lead Punjab to title.
Sandhu has taken 52 wickets in 29 List-A matches at an average of 24.36 and an economy of 4.92.
Local Cricket Academy in Panchkula is turning into popular breeding ground for South Korean cricketers.
I was exposed to my first love, 'skating' in Chandigarh and that love is still there.
The run-chase would not have been possible without Akshar Patel's unbeaten cameo knock of 23 off just nine.
Johnson’s absence provided an opportunity for 25-year-old Perara, one which he grabbed with both hands.
Up against Kings XI in the CL T20 is New Zealand’s northern districts who have in their ranks the Ludhiana-born ISH Sodhi.
Ish Sodhi was born in Ludhiana but when he was just four, his family moved to Auckland.
Manan, 21, featured in only half of the matches that Kings XI Punjab played but he still stood out with his smart hitting
‘I am happy to have played at the U-19 level. I will be the happiest to be in the senior national team soon,’ says armaan kapoor.
Yograj Singh was diagnosed with cancer in Gwalior late last year.
Yuvraj suggested that his father get himself treated at the same hospital that he underwent chemotherapy.
His fifty count may be zero so far, but Vohra has shown great presence when facing the big names.
MI climb up to fifth spot after Simmons cracks season’s first ton to help team beat Punjab, stay in the mix.
With Vohra doing a ‘Sehwag’, hitting the ball with utter disdain, Viru with glasses didn’t have the spotlight on him.
The 20-year-old seamer talks about doing research for big-named batsmen, the bowlers he admires and more...
Shubman Gill and Nirmal Singh shifted to Mohali from mofussil Punjab and Haryana respectively.
Injuries and bad luck had been plaguing the Chandigarh-based opener last year.
Earlier,Punjab batted for another 24 overs in the morning and scored quick runs,adding 139 runs to their overnight 330 for one.
The smile on his face said it all. With such a big first innings lead against the hosts,Vidarbha would fancy their chances.
The domestic season has started with a bang for Chandigarh cricketer Manan Vohra.
No one apart from young Jiwanjot,who displayed grit and determination in making a solid 86.
It was an emotional day for fans across the nation,as Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar bid adieu to international cricket.
AS with any other cricket fan,the Kauls cannot still fathom cricket without Sachin Tendulkar. Brothers,Uday and Siddharth,both Punjab Ranji stars wouldn’t want to miss even a single ball in his Farewell Test,in Mumbai.The brothers have virtually grown up with Sachin Tendulkar’s posters in their room. And since their father,Dr Tej Kaul,a former Ranji Trophy cricketer […]
LEFT-arm spinner Rajwinder Singh spent the last Ranji season on the bench but when he replaced medium-pacer Sandeep Sharma in the playing XI and got the chance in the recent game against Mumbai,he wasn’t willing to let it go. Even though Punjab lost the game,Rajwinder made a rousing comeback to the state side,picking up seven […]
Former India medium-pacer Bhupinder Singh Senior is back for the third time as Punjabs coach for the Ranji Trophy challenge
Australias James Faulkner emerged as the star for the visitors as he smashed 29-ball unbeaten knock of 64 runs.
More recently Mohali had hosted eight CLT20 matches which also largely favoured the batsmen.
Rajni,who studies and plays at Government Model Senior Secondary School Sector 26-Bapu Dham Colony Academy.
As he paced up and down the stairs of a five-star City hotel,Dharamveer Duggal started to get nervous.
Chandigarh-based cricket enthusiast Dharamveer Duggal has a large collection of autobiographies signed by popular cricketers along with signed miniature bats and leather balls