You are here » Home » Multimedia » Photo Gallery » photogallery individual » Former cricketers favours Pink Ball Test Match at Eden Garden

Former cricketers favours Pink Ball Test Match at Eden Garden

  • Pink Ball Test Match, Sourav Ganguly, Indian cricket captain, VVS Laxman, Dean Jones, Eden Garden, Australian all rounder, CAB President
    The hosts won the match deep into the final session on Day 5, thanks to VVS Laxman’s epic 281 and Rahul Dravid’s 180 in the second innings.

    India set to test pink-ball waters in Cricket Association of Bengal Super League final

  • Pink Ball Test Match, Sourav Ganguly, Indian cricket captain, VVS Laxman, Dean Jones, Eden Garden, Australian all rounder, CAB President
    the build-up has been impressive. Live TV feed will go across the country.

    Eden will be hosting India’s first-ever multiday pink-ball game from June 18 to 21 — the CAB Super League final between Mohun Bagan and Bhowanipore Club

  • Pink Ball Test Match, Sourav Ganguly, Indian cricket captain, VVS Laxman, Dean Jones, Eden Garden, Australian all rounder, CAB President
    To be fair though, Kookaburra has been in constant pursuit of making things player-friendly.

    Kookaburra at the moment has a monopoly over pink ball and it is untested in Indian conditions

  • Pink Ball Test Match, Sourav Ganguly, Indian cricket captain, VVS Laxman, Dean Jones, Eden Garden, Australian all rounder, CAB President
    Ganguly, however, said he didn’t have any problems sighting the ball, when he played a pink-ball game for MCC in Dubai four years ago.

    The two former cricketers, along with ex-India captain and Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) president Sourav Ganguly, were speaking to a select group of reporters on the heels of a Star Sports-organised talk show at the CAB indoors

  • Pink Ball Test Match, Sourav Ganguly, Indian cricket captain, VVS Laxman, Dean Jones, Eden Garden, Australian all rounder, CAB President
    People, initially, were not receptive to white-ball cricket as well, but then, they realised that was the best way forward

    The pink Kookaburra didn’t receive a positive feedback from the Australia and New Zealand players at the end of the Adelaide Test with 80 per cent

LATEST GALLERIES