02/04/2011 - The day has been etched in my memory. India winning the ICC Cricket World Cup after 28 years and our captain MS Dhoni sealing the win with a powerful six down the ground! A hero in the true sense!
Slazenger Cricket Elite X-Lite Gloves - wicket keeper gloves - Bob Whittle quote (Yorkshire Pro in 50s & 60s): "would have liked to have had these gloves when I played as a 13 yr-old with broken fingers :) A batsman didn't like my comments and hit me during play breaking my fingers!! more about Bob Whittle the author at www.jrobertwhittle.com
No. 14: Another century against Sri Lanka, this time in Mumbai in 1997. Tendulkar toiled for 71 minutes for 8 runs on the first day but found his touch on the second, moving from 87 to 99 with successive sixes off Kumar Dharmasena. During his innings of 148, Tendulkar went past 4000 Test runs, and his 256-run stand with Sourav Ganguly was an Indian record for the fourth wicket. www.200th.in