Former Zimbabwe captain Heath Streak dies aged 49

London: The ex-captain of Zimbabwe’s cricket team, Heath Streak, has passed away at 49 due to colon and liver cancer. Streak took the most wickets ever in Test matches for his country. He got 216 wickets and also scored 1,990 runs in 65 Tests from 1993 to 2005. He was receiving treatment in Johannesburg.
Melbourne Cricket Team has selected Harmanpreet Kaur, the only Indian player, in the overseas draft for the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL).
The captain of the women’s cricket team, Harmanpreet Kaur, was the only Indian player chosen to play in the Women’s Big Bash League for Melbourne Renegades. A group of 18 Indian players, like Yastika Bhatia, Jemimah Rodrigues, and Deepti Sharma, were chosen to play in the first-ever WBBL overseas draft. Harmanpreet did really well for Renegades in the 2021-22 season. He scored 406 runs and took 15 wickets.
Chennai Railways won the Murugappa Gold Cup by defeating Karnataka 5-2.
Railways won the Murugappa Gold Cup men’s hockey tournament today by beating Hockey Karnataka with a score of 5-2. The railways got a cash prize of 7 lakh rupees, while Karnataka received a reward of 5 lakh rupees.
Durban: Captain Head guides Australia to win all the matches in the T20 series against South Africa.
Left-handed batsman Travis Head scored his highest score of 91 runs from 48 balls as Australia won by five wickets and won all three matches against South Africa. The team that was batting first made a score of 190/8. However, Australia was able to chase down this score easily with 13 balls left.
In simple words: “BIRMINGHAM New Zealand easily beat England in the third T20I match. ”
New Zealand won the third T20I match against England by 74 runs. Ish Sodhi and Kyle Jamieson each took three wickets for New Zealand. This win keeps England’s chances of tying the four-match series alive. New Zealand chose to bat first and Finn Allen (83) and Glenn Phillips (69) helped them score 202/5. England were then dismissed for a score of 128. Organizations

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