Ides of March, 1877. The first ever Test match commenced on that day.
Mar 14, 1981, Barbados. Michael Holding bowls the most blistering over ever to Geoff Boycott.
March 10, 1985. India prove that the 1983 World Cup win had not been a fluke by winning the Benson and Hedges World Championship of Cricket in Australia.
Mar 10, 1970. The great South African side play their final Test before isolation.
May 9, 1998. Sachin Tendulkar decimates Shane Warne at Chennai.
March 8, 1992. Jonty Rhodes takes off to run out Inzamam-ul-Haq.
March 7, 1987. Sunil Gavaskar gets to 10,000 Test runs
March 5, 1994. Shane Warne and Andrew Hudson almost come to blows.
Mar 4, 1992. Javed Miandad goes the kangaroo way
March 3, 2009. Sri Lankan cricket bus is attacked by terrorists.
March 1, 1958. Garry Sobers scores 365*.
March 1, 2003. Sachin Tendulkar essayed a 75-ball 98 that won India a crucial World Cup encounter against Pakistan at Centurion.
Feb 28, 1981. Robin Jackman’s South African connections led to the cancellation of the Georgetown Test
Feb 25, 1975. Ewen Chatfield visits the doorstep of death
February 25, 2001. Don Bradman passes away at 92.
Feb 24, 2010. Sachin Tendulkar became the first man to score a double hundred in One Day Internationals.
Feb 23, 2002. Adam Gilchrist hits what was then the fastest double hundred in Test cricket.
Feb 22, 1980. When Colin Croft rammed his shoulder into umpire Fred Goodall.
February 20, 1957. Hugh Tayfield captured 9 for 113 to clinch a thriller against England.
Feb 20, 2016. The Baz Blizzard before bowing out. Brendon McCullum refused to go quietly. He had a blast.
February 19, 1999. India seemed to be cruising to a comfortable victory when Sachin Tendulkar collided with Shoaib Akhtar and was ruled run out by the third umpire. What transpired was ugly, uncouth and one of the worst smudges in the sketchy history of the Eden Gardens crowd.
Feb 18, 1986. Mike Gatting receives the perfume ball
Feb 17, 1982. Sri Lanka took their first step in Test cricket
Valentine’s Day 1896. George Lohmann devastated the South African batsmen with 8 wickets for 7 runs.
February 10, 2003. Andy Flower and Henry Olonga sport black arm-bands.
February 10, 1981. The day Sunil Gavaskar walked off in a huff, and took his batting partner with him
February 7, 1999. The day Anil Kumble scripted history and laid the foundations of his twitter handle.
February 8, 1994. Kapil Dev goes past Richard Hadlee. The live telecast is halted to play “Kapil Dev da jawab nahin”
February 6, 1995. The last bow of the zapata moustache and the goatee.
Feburary 5, 2011. The verdict for spot-fixing was announced. Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir were banned.
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Meg Lanning, the megastar of Women’s Cricket, was born on March 25, 1992
The one and only Yabba was born on March 19, 1878
Clem Hill, one of the greatest batsmen ever, was born on Mar 18, 1877, the first Test cricketer to be born after the commencement of Test cricket.
Iftikhar Ali Khan Pataudi was born on March 16, 1910
Ivo Bligh, the protagonist of cricket’s most epic love story, was born on Mar 13, 1859
Harmanpreet Kaur was born on March 8, 1989
Phil Edmonds, left-arm spinner and multi-millionaire businessman, was born on March 8, 1951
Neil Adcock, the first South African bowler to get to 100 Test wickets, was born on March 8, 1931.
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Willie Watson, England’s most successful double international, was born on Mar 7, 1920
Viv Richards, the West Indian great, was born on March 7, 1952
Mar 4, 1967. Birth of Daryll Cullinan
Inzamam-ul-Haq, the gentle giant, was born on March 3, 1970
Ted Peate, the clown cricketer who turned one of the great Yorkshire left-arm spinners, was born on March 2, 1855
Graeme Pollock, the majestic South African southpaw, was born on February 27, 1944
Everton Weekes, probably the classiest of Ws, was born on February 26, 1925
Farokh Engineer, the stalwart Indian keeper-batsman, was born on February 25, 1938
George Bonnor, the great Australian hitter, was born on February 25, 1855
February 25, 1914. Birth of John Arlott, the Voice of Cricket
February 24, 1931. The birth of the inimitable Brian Close.
Derek Randall, the sparkling livewire, was born on February 24, 1951
James Lillywhite, the first Test captain of England, was born on February 23, 1842
Feb 23, 1974. The birth of Herschelle Gibbs.
Michael Slater, one of the most successful Australian opening batsmen, was born on Feb 21, 1970
Born Feb 19, 1937, Norman O’Neill was a spectacular batsman whose career remained under the shadow of constant comparisons with Don Bradman
Fazal Mahmood, the trendsetting pace bowler of Pakistan, was born on Feb 18, 1927
The 360 degree man was born on February 17, 1984
Ellis Achong, born Feb 16, 1904, was one of the early exponents of left-arm wrist spin
Desmond Haynes, one half of the great West Indian opening partnership, was born on February 15, 1956
Michael Holding, the Rolls-Royce of fast bowlers, was born on February 16, 1954.