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Cricket's alchemist
Mr. Jagmohan Dalmiya

Modern cricket is as much about the 22-yards, as it is off the greens. And Jagmohan Dalmiya can easily be called one of the father figures of the game's modern era. He had both guts and gumption, verve and vision to turn the game on its head and make it a global name. He also gave Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) its bragging rights.

TRIVIA OF THE DAY Out of the 124 first-class hundreds, WG Grace hit two for England, 19 for MCC teams, 52 for Gloucestershire, 7 for London County & 30 for which team?
   
President's Message
Mr. Sourav Ganguly
Its an honour to be the president of the Cricket Association Of Bengal. It has completed one of the arc’s of the circle of my cricketing career. It is a massive responsibility to head one of the iconic Cricket organizations of the world at the very beautiful Eden Gardens.
The association has a successful history of our Late. President and it is important to carry the legacy forward. Cricket will be of prime importance and with that the development of Bengal Cricket .With the support of all members and office bearers at the association hopefully we can create a world class facility.

Strike rate is for the bowlers: Kumble Strike rate is for the bowlers: Kumble
Legends
Pankaj Roy
An enigma of an opening batsman, he scored a century on his first-class debut in 1946-47, and twice reached three figures in his maiden Test series against England in 1951-52. He also scored runs against the West Indies at home, and in New Zealand in 1954-55, soon after, he partnered Vinoo Mankad in a world-record opening stand of 413. Pankaj Roy was a careful player, better known for his solid defense, though he could attack at his will. He captained India in one Test, in England in 1959. While he was honored with the Padma Shri, he played domestic cricket in India for Bengal cricket team and went on to score 33 hundreds, scoring a total of 11868 first class runs at 42.38.Read More..
Sourav Ganguly
Sourav Chandidas Ganguly, commonly known as Sourav Ganguly, has been a member of the Indian Cricket team and is regarded as one of the most successful Captains ever of the Indian Cricket team. He made his Test Cricket debut at Lord's Cricket Ground, in which he scored a century with 131 runs. This has been the highest score a batsman has achieved at Lord's in his debut Test match. Ganguly, fondly known as Dada by his fans and Maharaj by his teammates, has to his credit the feat of having nurtured a number of efficient players who played under his Captaincy. These include Virender Sehwag, Harbhajan Singh and Yuvraj Singh amongst others. Like Pankaj Roy, Ganguly was also conferred upon with the Padma Shri award. Read More..

Team India coach Anil Kumble today said he was not worried about the pitch at Eden Gardens and hoped rain will not play spoilsport during the second Test commencing September 30.
India take on New Zealand at this historic ground with the home team up 1-0 with a win in the first Test at Kanpur.
"I have not seen the wicket. Yes its early in the season. There is rain in the air. But it will be a good wicket. As I have said before we are not too worried about the pitch. We have the squad to play on any kind of surface. I only hope rain does not play spoilsport during the Test match," Kumble said. Read More..

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Anil Kumble on Eden Gardens wicket...today ahead on India NewZealand Test at Eden Gardens BCCI 250thTest
The Mukaddar Ka Sikandar pair walking out at Eden Gardens.
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