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Keith Pont
July 3, 1972 – When Keith Pont used a bicycle to change ends during a county match

The incident took place during the 1972 County match between Essex and Derbyshire.

Fire engine
June 18, 2007 – When a burnt gravy pot failed to save Kent from a defeat

Lancashire and Kent faced off in the 2007 County Championship at the Old Trafford.

Harold Larwood
June 13, 1928 – When a telegram fired up Harold Larwood’s bowling

Harold Larwood was part of the game between Nottinghamshire and Hampshire.

Ray East
June 13, 1970 – When Ray East found strangest of ways to duck a bouncer

The incident happened during the 1970 season's County Championship game between Essex and Lancashire.

Bat and Ball
June 10, 1899 – When nine Derbyshire players took field in random clothing

Yorkshire needed 32 runs to win on the final day in the game against Derbyshire.

Dane Vilas
Top 5 instances of players reaching the venue after the start of the game

When it comes to International Cricket and other domestic competitions, the teams are forced to be 10-man side if there are any players not present at the venue.

Alan Revill
June 3, 1953 – When a flying glove caused hit-wicket dismissal of Alan Revill

The incident took place during the 1953 County game between Surrey and Derbyshire.

Denis Compton
Throwback: When an Umpire adjudged debutant Denis Compton LBW to attend nature’s call

Denis Compton batted at No.11 on his first-class debut in 1936.

Jersey movie
3 Real life references of cricket in ‘Jersey’ movie

Here we look at some of the real incidents which were picturized in the Jersey movie.

Dave Whatmore
Dav Whatmore appointed as Baroda’s coach as well as Director of Cricket

Whatmore, who was in charge of the India U19 side which clinched the Junior World Cup in 2008 under Virat Kohli's captaincy, has a vast coaching experience under his belt.

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