Paran

Paran

Paran2204 (@Paran2204) / Twitter

Story of almost household, “padhoge likhoge banoge nawab, kheloge koodoge hoge kharab.”

Translation: “Read & Write, You will become a Prince. Play & Jump Around, Life’s Gonna Be Bad.”

#BCD was decent enough batsman, (in Gully cricket) was never allowed or permitted by my father to venture out for bigger events, lest I give less importance to studies, and then as they LIFE HAPPENED and am watching cricket on, am happy, life’s good.

Jamo

Jamo

@FinallyJamous

“Didn’t realize my love for basketball until later in high school. Missed playing on team and missed watching so much of 2000s Lakers/Spurs/Celtics. Missed out on prime AI, Kobe, KG, Tim, Shaq, Yao, Nash, and T-Mac.” #Brokendreams

M. Borrie

“My broken dream in cricket, can’t bat, bowl, or field! Just sticking to the spectator seat for the summer of cricket! NZ playing continue to play great cricket. Test matches, ODIs, T20s – now good at all of them!”

JustCricket

JustCricket

“It was during the first year in college. After training hard for 6 months, didn’t get picked in the squad due to politics and favoritism” #Brokendreams

Cricblog

Cricblog

@cric_blog

“Made 3rd grade as an 18-year old, despite a shortened season due to a stress fracture in my foot. So, was looking forward to the next season, until a badly torn hamstring and regular injuries resulted in me having to stop playing.” #BrokenDreams

TheCricketMen

TheCricketMen

Question: Broken Cricket Dream? All of us at some point have dreamed of playing cricket at some point in time, but then life happens. What is your story? Injury, school, politics, lack of skill?

Answer: The latter

Rolling on the floor laughing

Paras

Paras

Once I played one match for my village team Our team posted Target 70 runs in 10 overs I didn’t got to bat But opposition chased it within 5 overs and I didn’t got any over as well