Dindigul Dragons turned in a brilliant batting and bowling display to snuff out defending champions Siechem Madurai Panthers in Qualifier 2 of the Tamil Nadu Premier League at the NPR College Ground, Dindigul, Tuesday. Continue Reading
Siechem Madurai Panthers squeezed a last-ball win over VB Kanchi Veerans at the India Cements-Sankar Nagar Ground here on Sunday to make it to Qualifier 2 of the 4th Tamil Nadu Premier League. Continue Reading
VB Kanchi Veerans’ captain Baba Aparajith and opener Suresh Lokeshwar batted with purpose to overcome a tricky target and Ruby Trichy Warriors to book their playoff spot for the first time in the Tamilnadu Premier League at the Sankar Nagar Ground here Friday. Continue Reading
Dindigul Dragons sealed the top spot in the Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL) with another emphatic victory at the NPR College Ground, here on Monday. Continue Reading
Siechem Madurai Panthers took a huge step towards qualifying for the Playoffs with a 33-run victory against Chepauk Super Gillies at the NPR College Ground here on Saturday.
Madurai did well to post 172-7 after winning the toss and their bowlers defended it with gusto by restricting Chepauk Super Gillies to 139-8 in 20 overs. Continue Reading
Tuti Patriots withstood a belligerent charge from Anthony Dhas to upstage Lyca Kovai Kings by six runs in a rain-affected Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL) match at the NPR College ground, here on Thursday.
After Tuti Patriots rained a record number of sixes to post 155-5 in 13 overs, LKK lost three wickets in the first 10 balls. But Dhas made a bold bid for victory and between 7th and 12th over, clobbered seven sixes and two fours in a 26-ball blitz of 63 runs. Continue Reading
Two youngsters – Narayan Jagadeesan and M Silambarasan – ensured the 100th match of the Tamilnadu Premier League was a memorable outing for Dindigul Dragons as the duo helped last year’s finalists upstage the defending champions Siechem Madurai Panthers by 30 runs for their second successive victory this season. Continue Reading
In a chat with News Today, the coach speaks about his team’s chances, TNPL, and Tamilnadu cricket. PC Prakash is optimistic of the team’s chances this year. He says, “We have a good all-round side this year and are looking to do better this year. Our aim is to qualify for the knockouts first and then to go on and win the title which has been eluding us for the last two years.” Continue Reading