Sports Films by Tav Chlordane

Dying is a part of living and it will affect us all at least once. This film gives us a chance to remember legends and significant people of the sporting world who sadly departed in 2022. Some met their end in a natural way and the people can be heard to say they had a good life, others died in more avoidable and in some cases controversial circumstances. Some in the is film, even died in pursuit of the sport they most dearly loved.

#EdsonArantesdoNascimento, better known as #pele ,
23 October 1940 – 29 December 2022
Brazilian football legend Pele, arguably the greatest player ever, died at the age of 82.The only player to win the World Cup three times.

#LusiaHarris aka' the Queen of Basketball' and the only woman officially drafted by the #nba passed on January 18th  
February 10, 1955 – January 18, 2022

#LesterPiggott was an English professional jockey and trainer. 
5 November 1935 – 29 May 2022

#JeremyGiambi, the Former #OaklandAthletics baseball died on February 9th 2022. 
30 September 1974 – 9 February 2022

#BillRussell was a basketball great. He played as a center for the Boston Celtics . He was a five-time #NBA #MVP and a 12-time NBA #All-Star.
February 12, 1934 – July 31, 2022

George Wilson "#Doddie" Weir OBE (4 July 1970 – 26 November 2022) was a Scottish rugby union player who played as a lock.

Howard Bruce Sutter January 8, 1953 – October 13, 2022 Howard Bruce Sutter was an American professional baseball pitcher.

John Landy: Legendary Australian athlete renowned for his rivalry with Britain's Roger Bannister.
12 April 1930 – 24 February 2022

Mills Lane was the referee who officiated the infamous Tyson-Holyfield title fight aka The Bite Fight,
November 12, 1937 – December 6, 2022

Shane Warne the legendary Australian leg-spinner took 708 Test wickets.
13 September 1969 – 4 March 2022

Ercole Baldini 26 January 1933 – 1 December 2022 was an Italian cyclist. . 

Assem Allam 1 August 1939 – 2 December 2022 was an Egyptian-British businessman, based in the East Riding of Yorkshire from 1968. 

Davide Rebellin 9 August 1971 – 30 November 2022 was an Italian professional road bicycle racer.

Francisco "Paco" Gento López 21 October 1933 – 18 January 2022 was a Spanish footballer who played as an outside left.

Brian Robinson MBE 3 November 1930 – 25 October 2022 was an English road bicycle racer of the 1950s and early 1960s. 

Andrew Lewis Goram 13 April 1964 – 2 July 2022 was a Scottish footballer who played as a goalkeeper. 

Thomas Daniel Weiskopf November 9, 1942 – August 20, 2022 was an American professional golfer.

David Edward Johnson 23 October 1951 – 23 November 2022 was an English professional footballer and manager.

Carmine "Mino" Raiola  November 1967 – 30 April 2022 was an Italian-Dutch football agent.

Former Real Madrid midfielder Freddy Rincon scored 17 goals in 84 games for Colombia and played at three World Cups
 14 August 1966 – 13 April 2022

Peter Butler the professional golfer and Former Great Britain and Ireland Ryder Cup player.
25 March 1932 – 13 October 2022

Sir Robert Ogden the Racehorse owner, businessman and philanthropist 6 March 2022 - January 15, 1936

Tom Smith - Thomas James Smith (31 October 1971 – 6 April 2022) was an English-born Scotland international rugby union loosehead prop.

Tony Brooks: Charles Anthony Standish Brooks 25 February 1932 – 3 May 2022 was One of the defining Formula 1 drivers of the 1950s. 

Phil Read: Won eight world titles and was the first motorcycle racer to win the World Championship in the 125cc, 250cc and 500cc classes
Phillip William Read, MBE 1 January 1939 – 6 October 2022)

Sadly Roger and Bradley Stockton the Father and son sidecar team who both died in a crash at Ago’s Leap on the Isle of Man TT 
10 June 2022

Patrick Daniel Tambay (25 June 1949 – 4 December 2022) was a French racing driver, whose teams included McLaren, Ferrari and Renault.

Des Desmond Lloyd Drummond (17 June 1958 – 29 January 2022) was an England and Great Britain international rugby league footballer.

Top heavy weight boxer Earnie Shavers fought and lost heavyweight title fights against Muhammad Ali and Larry Holmes.
August 31, 1944 – September 1, 2022

Rodney William Marsh MBE 4 November 1947 – 4 March 2022 was an Australian professional cricketer who played as a wicketkeeper.

Va'aiga Tuigamala
4 September 1969 – 24 February 2022, sometimes known as Inga the winger, was a professional rugby union and rugby league footballer. 

NICK BOLLETTIERI was a Pioneering tennis coach helped to guide 10 world number one singles players 

Philip Bennett OBE (24 October 1948 – 12 June 2022) was a Welsh rugby union player.

Andrew Symonds was an All-rounder cricketer
9 June 1975 – 14 May 2022

Antony James Dillon Nash MBE (18 March 1936 – 17 March 2022) was a British bobsledder. Competing in two Winter Olympics.

George Reginald Cohen MBE (22 October 1939 – 23 December 2022) He spent his entire  career with Fulham, and won the 1966 World Cup with England.

Dying is a part of living and it will affect us all at least once. This film gives us a chance to remember legends and significant people of the sporting world who sadly departed in 2022. Some met their end in a natural way and the people can be heard to say they had a good life, others died in more avoidable and in some cases controversial circumstances. Some in the is film, even died in pursuit of the sport they most dearly loved.

#EdsonArantesdoNascimento, better known as #pele ,
23 October 1940 – 29 December 2022
Brazilian football legend Pele, arguably the greatest player ever, died at the age of 82.The only player to win the World Cup three times.

#LusiaHarris aka' the Queen of Basketball' and the only woman officially drafted by the #nba passed on January 18th
February 10, 1955 – January 18, 2022

#LesterPiggott was an English professional jockey and trainer.
5 November 1935 – 29 May 2022

#JeremyGiambi, the Former #OaklandAthletics baseball died on February 9th 2022.
30 September 1974 – 9 February 2022

#BillRussell was a basketball great. He played as a center for the Boston Celtics . He was a five-time #NBA #MVP and a 12-time NBA #All-Star.
February 12, 1934 – July 31, 2022

George Wilson "#Doddie" Weir OBE (4 July 1970 – 26 November 2022) was a Scottish rugby union player who played as a lock.

Howard Bruce Sutter January 8, 1953 – October 13, 2022 Howard Bruce Sutter was an American professional baseball pitcher.

John Landy: Legendary Australian athlete renowned for his rivalry with Britain's Roger Bannister.
12 April 1930 – 24 February 2022

Mills Lane was the referee who officiated the infamous Tyson-Holyfield title fight aka The Bite Fight,
November 12, 1937 – December 6, 2022

Shane Warne the legendary Australian leg-spinner took 708 Test wickets.
13 September 1969 – 4 March 2022

Ercole Baldini 26 January 1933 – 1 December 2022 was an Italian cyclist. .

Assem Allam 1 August 1939 – 2 December 2022 was an Egyptian-British businessman, based in the East Riding of Yorkshire from 1968.

Davide Rebellin 9 August 1971 – 30 November 2022 was an Italian professional road bicycle racer.

Francisco "Paco" Gento López 21 October 1933 – 18 January 2022 was a Spanish footballer who played as an outside left.

Brian Robinson MBE 3 November 1930 – 25 October 2022 was an English road bicycle racer of the 1950s and early 1960s.

Andrew Lewis Goram 13 April 1964 – 2 July 2022 was a Scottish footballer who played as a goalkeeper.

Thomas Daniel Weiskopf November 9, 1942 – August 20, 2022 was an American professional golfer.

David Edward Johnson 23 October 1951 – 23 November 2022 was an English professional footballer and manager.

Carmine "Mino" Raiola November 1967 – 30 April 2022 was an Italian-Dutch football agent.

Former Real Madrid midfielder Freddy Rincon scored 17 goals in 84 games for Colombia and played at three World Cups
14 August 1966 – 13 April 2022

Peter Butler the professional golfer and Former Great Britain and Ireland Ryder Cup player.
25 March 1932 – 13 October 2022

Sir Robert Ogden the Racehorse owner, businessman and philanthropist 6 March 2022 - January 15, 1936

Tom Smith - Thomas James Smith (31 October 1971 – 6 April 2022) was an English-born Scotland international rugby union loosehead prop.

Tony Brooks: Charles Anthony Standish Brooks 25 February 1932 – 3 May 2022 was One of the defining Formula 1 drivers of the 1950s.

Phil Read: Won eight world titles and was the first motorcycle racer to win the World Championship in the 125cc, 250cc and 500cc classes
Phillip William Read, MBE 1 January 1939 – 6 October 2022)

Sadly Roger and Bradley Stockton the Father and son sidecar team who both died in a crash at Ago’s Leap on the Isle of Man TT
10 June 2022

Patrick Daniel Tambay (25 June 1949 – 4 December 2022) was a French racing driver, whose teams included McLaren, Ferrari and Renault.

Des Desmond Lloyd Drummond (17 June 1958 – 29 January 2022) was an England and Great Britain international rugby league footballer.

Top heavy weight boxer Earnie Shavers fought and lost heavyweight title fights against Muhammad Ali and Larry Holmes.
August 31, 1944 – September 1, 2022

Rodney William Marsh MBE 4 November 1947 – 4 March 2022 was an Australian professional cricketer who played as a wicketkeeper.

Va'aiga Tuigamala
4 September 1969 – 24 February 2022, sometimes known as Inga the winger, was a professional rugby union and rugby league footballer.

NICK BOLLETTIERI was a Pioneering tennis coach helped to guide 10 world number one singles players

Philip Bennett OBE (24 October 1948 – 12 June 2022) was a Welsh rugby union player.

Andrew Symonds was an All-rounder cricketer
9 June 1975 – 14 May 2022

Antony James Dillon Nash MBE (18 March 1936 – 17 March 2022) was a British bobsledder. Competing in two Winter Olympics.

George Reginald Cohen MBE (22 October 1939 – 23 December 2022) He spent his entire career with Fulham, and won the 1966 World Cup with England.

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The biggest sporting stars who died in 2022.

Qatar 2022 has already given us several bore draws 0-0. The tournament could be so much better, so much more inclusive, so much more exciting, so much more everything. 

Gianni Infantino should actually do something good for football and really give what the fans want. That is an exciting and meaningful competition where the whole world gets a chance to win the world cup. 

Get ready for the match fixing in the 2 and 3rd rounds of the group stages. Mark my word we will see some terrible games. 

Why does FIFA keep feeding us the same old tired format of Football World Cup? Every Football World Cup including Qatar 2022 is the pinnacle, the be all and end all of football. Supposedly the best countries battle it out every 4 years to become champions. Why oh why are so many of the opening group stages so boring? Why do teams overthink things and tinker with their selection? Why do some teams go out and try not to get beaten, this is the World Cup, why not have a go! Some games mean nothing because either a team is qualified for the knockout stages already or a conversely a team is already eliminated by their third group match. Some teams know what result they need from certain games and then play accordingly. They would take a bore draw than risk losing by playing attacking football.

00:00
03:45 Introduction to the new Football World Cup draw and did you realise the World Cup isn't a cup at all?
03:58 I was looking forward to the Football World Cup draw
04:38 What I wanted from the football World Cup draw?
04:48 Why I am frustrated with the World Cup group stages?
05:08 FIFA is missing a big opportunity with the World Cup
05:41 What the World Cup should include and why aren't Italy, Sweden, Colombia, Egypt or Nigeria in Qatar?
05:59 How many federations does FIFA have? FIFA has 211 football federations
06:12 Who wants the Football World Cup every 2 years!
06:30 How can we make the World Cup better?
07:01 Why is it called a seed, in a sports draw?
07:17 I don't agree with FIFA's ranking of teams
07:40 An alternative and better draw than FIFA's
08:45 How many games does a football team need to win to be world cup champions?
09:00 Should we get rid of the 3rd/4th place final and only award the winners with medals
09:14 Where is the 2026 Football World Cup being staged?
09:30 Does the football world cup need to change?
09:44 Who will win the football World Cup in Qatar?

Why if it is called a football world cup are there only a handful of teams in the final tournament and did you know most countries in the world will never experience a world cup finals?
My proposal for one big knockout World Cup tournament would guarantee every game was important. Win or go home. Its quite simple. 
#gianniinfantino #boring #spain #england #threelions #worldcup #qatar2022 #fifa #eufa #arsenewenger #cafu #jermainejenas #worldcupdraw #brazil #england #france #italy #germany #argentina #nigeria #senegal #egypt #uruguay #football #soccer

Qatar 2022 has already given us several bore draws 0-0. The tournament could be so much better, so much more inclusive, so much more exciting, so much more everything.

Gianni Infantino should actually do something good for football and really give what the fans want. That is an exciting and meaningful competition where the whole world gets a chance to win the world cup.

Get ready for the match fixing in the 2 and 3rd rounds of the group stages. Mark my word we will see some terrible games.

Why does FIFA keep feeding us the same old tired format of Football World Cup? Every Football World Cup including Qatar 2022 is the pinnacle, the be all and end all of football. Supposedly the best countries battle it out every 4 years to become champions. Why oh why are so many of the opening group stages so boring? Why do teams overthink things and tinker with their selection? Why do some teams go out and try not to get beaten, this is the World Cup, why not have a go! Some games mean nothing because either a team is qualified for the knockout stages already or a conversely a team is already eliminated by their third group match. Some teams know what result they need from certain games and then play accordingly. They would take a bore draw than risk losing by playing attacking football.

00:00
03:45 Introduction to the new Football World Cup draw and did you realise the World Cup isn't a cup at all?
03:58 I was looking forward to the Football World Cup draw
04:38 What I wanted from the football World Cup draw?
04:48 Why I am frustrated with the World Cup group stages?
05:08 FIFA is missing a big opportunity with the World Cup
05:41 What the World Cup should include and why aren't Italy, Sweden, Colombia, Egypt or Nigeria in Qatar?
05:59 How many federations does FIFA have? FIFA has 211 football federations
06:12 Who wants the Football World Cup every 2 years!
06:30 How can we make the World Cup better?
07:01 Why is it called a seed, in a sports draw?
07:17 I don't agree with FIFA's ranking of teams
07:40 An alternative and better draw than FIFA's
08:45 How many games does a football team need to win to be world cup champions?
09:00 Should we get rid of the 3rd/4th place final and only award the winners with medals
09:14 Where is the 2026 Football World Cup being staged?
09:30 Does the football world cup need to change?
09:44 Who will win the football World Cup in Qatar?

Why if it is called a football world cup are there only a handful of teams in the final tournament and did you know most countries in the world will never experience a world cup finals?
My proposal for one big knockout World Cup tournament would guarantee every game was important. Win or go home. Its quite simple.
#gianniinfantino #boring #spain #england #threelions #worldcup #qatar2022 #fifa #eufa #arsenewenger #cafu #jermainejenas #worldcupdraw #brazil #england #france #italy #germany #argentina #nigeria #senegal #egypt #uruguay #football #soccer

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I predicted how bad the FIFA World Cup in Qatar 2022 would be. Unfortunately I'm being proven right!

This film gives a side by side comparison of 2 of sports biggest multi sport games. It compares the Olympic Games and the Commonwealth Games and includes many interesting facts related to each.
#commonwealth #birmingham2022 #paris2026 #rio2016 #tokyo2020 #goldcoast2018 #victoria2026 #commonwealthgames #olympics #olympicgames #ioc #sport #games

Gold Silver and Bronze Medals. Why are these three metals used? 
https://youtu.be/FlpHcib685c

A history of Olympic boycotts 
https://youtu.be/SuZVy37YNrQ

00:00 Introduction to the film comparing the Olympic and Commonwealth Games. 
00:20 World statistics of population and number of countries
00:35 Which are the Commonwealth nations that compete in the Commonwealth GameS?
00:59 Commonwealth statistics
03:42 Who is the head of the Commonwealth?
03:59 How many Olympic teams are there?
04:18 Who organizes the Olympic Games? Who organizes the Commonwealth Games?
04:32 When were the Olympic and Commonwealth Games first staged?
04:45 The past, present and future of the Commonwealth and Olympic Games
05:40 How many editions of the Olympics and Commonwealth Games have there been? 
05:50 How often and how long are the Olympic and Commonwealth Games?
06:15 How many athletes compete in the Commonwealth and Olympic Games?
06:37 Qualification for the Olympic and Commonwealth Games
07:33 Humber of sports in the Olympic and Commonwealth Games.
08:10 How did the Paralympics get its name?
08:38 What are the sports in the Olympics and Commonwealth Games?
08:55 What sports are in the Commonwealth’s but not the Olympics
09:22 What sports are in the Olympics but not the Commonwealth’s
09:55 How prestigious are the Olympic and Commonwealth Games
10:25 Football, Tennis and Golf shouldn’t be in the Olympics
10:52 How competitive are the Commonwealth Games?
11:37 What rewards are given in the Olympics and Commonwealth Games?
11:57 Prize money in the Olympics and Commonwealth Games
12:33 Television figures of the Olympics and Commonwealth Games
13:00 Revenues of the Olympics and Commonwealth Games
13:17 Politics in the Olympics and Commonwealth Games

This film gives a side by side comparison of 2 of sports biggest multi sport games. It compares the Olympic Games and the Commonwealth Games and includes many interesting facts related to each.
#commonwealth #birmingham2022 #paris2026 #rio2016 #tokyo2020 #goldcoast2018 #victoria2026 #commonwealthgames #olympics #olympicgames #ioc #sport #games

Gold Silver and Bronze Medals. Why are these three metals used?
https://youtu.be/FlpHcib685c

A history of Olympic boycotts
https://youtu.be/SuZVy37YNrQ

00:00 Introduction to the film comparing the Olympic and Commonwealth Games.
00:20 World statistics of population and number of countries
00:35 Which are the Commonwealth nations that compete in the Commonwealth GameS?
00:59 Commonwealth statistics
03:42 Who is the head of the Commonwealth?
03:59 How many Olympic teams are there?
04:18 Who organizes the Olympic Games? Who organizes the Commonwealth Games?
04:32 When were the Olympic and Commonwealth Games first staged?
04:45 The past, present and future of the Commonwealth and Olympic Games
05:40 How many editions of the Olympics and Commonwealth Games have there been?
05:50 How often and how long are the Olympic and Commonwealth Games?
06:15 How many athletes compete in the Commonwealth and Olympic Games?
06:37 Qualification for the Olympic and Commonwealth Games
07:33 Humber of sports in the Olympic and Commonwealth Games.
08:10 How did the Paralympics get its name?
08:38 What are the sports in the Olympics and Commonwealth Games?
08:55 What sports are in the Commonwealth’s but not the Olympics
09:22 What sports are in the Olympics but not the Commonwealth’s
09:55 How prestigious are the Olympic and Commonwealth Games
10:25 Football, Tennis and Golf shouldn’t be in the Olympics
10:52 How competitive are the Commonwealth Games?
11:37 What rewards are given in the Olympics and Commonwealth Games?
11:57 Prize money in the Olympics and Commonwealth Games
12:33 Television figures of the Olympics and Commonwealth Games
13:00 Revenues of the Olympics and Commonwealth Games
13:17 Politics in the Olympics and Commonwealth Games

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The Olympic Games v The Commonwealth Games. Let's compare these 2 amazing sporting spectacles.

This film looks into the many different examples of sportwashing that have taken place over the ages. It describes why individuals, companies, countries or nation states sportwash. It finishes by explaining whether sportwashing is illegal and can be stopped. 

00:00 Introduction to sportswashing. What is Sportwashing?
00:20 The Roman empire where the first to sportwash
00:32 What does sportwashing mean?
00:44 Examples of sportwashing including Hitler and the 1936 Berlin Olympics
00:58 The Rumble in the Jungle is an example of Sportwashing
01:09 Saudi Arabia and its use of Sportwashing like Clash in the Dunes Joshua v Ruiz 2
01:19 The Thrilla in Manilla, Philippines
01:30 Tyson Fury in the WWE, in Saudi Arabia
01:40 Formula One and its use in Sportwashing in Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Azerbaijan as well as Mussolini staging the football world cup
01:50 Is the Israel Start Up Nation pro cycling team and example of sportwashing?
02:00 Russia’s involvement in Sportwashing
02:33 More examples of Saudi Arabian sportwashing
03:03 Ramzan Kadyrov’s involvement in UFC, the NBA’s relationship with Paul Kagame and the NFL in China
03:19 Qatar hosting the Football World Cup is maybe one of the biggest examples of sportwashing
03:38 How does Sportwashing work?
06:28 Is sportwashing illegal?
07:56 Is sportwashing changing the sporting landscape?
09:54 Will sportwashing ever stop?
10:38 Can sportwashing be prevented?


Images from Unsplash.com (thankyou). I do not hold the right to any images or films used in this film.

This film looks into the many different examples of sportwashing that have taken place over the ages. It describes why individuals, companies, countries or nation states sportwash. It finishes by explaining whether sportwashing is illegal and can be stopped.

00:00 Introduction to sportswashing. What is Sportwashing?
00:20 The Roman empire where the first to sportwash
00:32 What does sportwashing mean?
00:44 Examples of sportwashing including Hitler and the 1936 Berlin Olympics
00:58 The Rumble in the Jungle is an example of Sportwashing
01:09 Saudi Arabia and its use of Sportwashing like Clash in the Dunes Joshua v Ruiz 2
01:19 The Thrilla in Manilla, Philippines
01:30 Tyson Fury in the WWE, in Saudi Arabia
01:40 Formula One and its use in Sportwashing in Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Azerbaijan as well as Mussolini staging the football world cup
01:50 Is the Israel Start Up Nation pro cycling team and example of sportwashing?
02:00 Russia’s involvement in Sportwashing
02:33 More examples of Saudi Arabian sportwashing
03:03 Ramzan Kadyrov’s involvement in UFC, the NBA’s relationship with Paul Kagame and the NFL in China
03:19 Qatar hosting the Football World Cup is maybe one of the biggest examples of sportwashing
03:38 How does Sportwashing work?
06:28 Is sportwashing illegal?
07:56 Is sportwashing changing the sporting landscape?
09:54 Will sportwashing ever stop?
10:38 Can sportwashing be prevented?


Images from Unsplash.com (thankyou). I do not hold the right to any images or films used in this film.

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Sportwashing, what it is, examples of and a discussion around the subject.#sportswashing #liv #pif

Do you know why the wicket is 22 yards long, or what is the most runs ever scored from one over in cricket is? Do you know what Chris Gayle did to Bangladesh at the beginning of a test match. This film containing many of crickets best and most interesting facts. It has it all!

00:00 Origins of Cricket, where and when was it invented?
00:29 Bowling underarm is not illegal in Cricket
00:45 Most runs ever in a single over
01:17 When as the first hattrick in Cricket
01:45 Australia beat England by the same number of 45 runs in test matches exactly 100 hundred years apart
02:15 James Anderson has the most not outs in international cricket
02:27 Why is it called a duck in cricket?
02:51 What are the different types of ducks in Cricket
04:08 When and where was the first ever international Cricket match?
04:21 Alex Stewart’s birthdate is the same as the number of runs he has scored in test cricket
04:37 Most consecutive overs in test cricket
04:52 Sir Viv Richards played world cups of both cricket and football
05:10 Ellyse Perry played football and Cricket for Australia
05:26 Why is a cricket wicket 22 yards?
06:35 Cricket used to be an Olympic sport
06:51 I A K Pataudi played cricket for both India and England
07:23 What is a google ball?
07:38 Chris Gayle hit a six of the first ball of a test match against Bangladesh
07:55 Don Bradman is out for the only time hit wicket, bowled by Lala Amarnath
08:10 Sir Donald Bradman only hit 6 sixes in his test career
08:23 South Africa need 111 runs to win at 11.11 am on the 11/11/11
08:41 Sunil Gavaskar is out first ball in three different test matches
09:11 Cricket joke

Do you know why the wicket is 22 yards long, or what is the most runs ever scored from one over in cricket is? Do you know what Chris Gayle did to Bangladesh at the beginning of a test match. This film containing many of crickets best and most interesting facts. It has it all!

00:00 Origins of Cricket, where and when was it invented?
00:29 Bowling underarm is not illegal in Cricket
00:45 Most runs ever in a single over
01:17 When as the first hattrick in Cricket
01:45 Australia beat England by the same number of 45 runs in test matches exactly 100 hundred years apart
02:15 James Anderson has the most not outs in international cricket
02:27 Why is it called a duck in cricket?
02:51 What are the different types of ducks in Cricket
04:08 When and where was the first ever international Cricket match?
04:21 Alex Stewart’s birthdate is the same as the number of runs he has scored in test cricket
04:37 Most consecutive overs in test cricket
04:52 Sir Viv Richards played world cups of both cricket and football
05:10 Ellyse Perry played football and Cricket for Australia
05:26 Why is a cricket wicket 22 yards?
06:35 Cricket used to be an Olympic sport
06:51 I A K Pataudi played cricket for both India and England
07:23 What is a google ball?
07:38 Chris Gayle hit a six of the first ball of a test match against Bangladesh
07:55 Don Bradman is out for the only time hit wicket, bowled by Lala Amarnath
08:10 Sir Donald Bradman only hit 6 sixes in his test career
08:23 South Africa need 111 runs to win at 11.11 am on the 11/11/11
08:41 Sunil Gavaskar is out first ball in three different test matches
09:11 Cricket joke

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Cricket's most amazing, interesting and sometimes unbelievable facts.

Tav's review of March's sporting news and a look forward to April's offerings.

Enlighten others Interested in Sport