Cricket Fever

Cricket has become a very popular game and India, once one-day cricket champions, staged the World Cup in 1987 and co-hosted it with Sri Lanka and Pakistan in 1996.

Sunil Gavaskar's record of 34 test centuries remains unbeaten though his aggregate of 10,122 test runs was surpassed by Allan Border of Australia. Many argue that Sachin Tendulkar is today's best batsman with his flamboyant stroke play and heap of runs he has accumulated in all forms of the game.

After the IX Asian Games in New Delhi in 1982, the capital city now boasts of some very modern sports facilities. Such facilities are also being developed in other parts of the country. With the introduction of new equipment and techniques of coaching and training, there is hope that India will show a marked improvement in various disciplines of sports. Besides sports and games included in the international sporting agenda, there are many other that have developed indigenously and are played by people in the villages. Among these is wrestling, a sport that has developed many local styles and schools. It is taught for the most part in traditional gymnasia's with packed mud floors. There are also several indigenous systems of martial arts.

World cup Cricket at Creative

Though its not possible taking holiday for entire world cup match, Creative team enjoyed every moment of Cricket scores while working at