Free online Facebook game (ALL ROUNDERZ)

Allrounderz - Online 3D True Social Cricket Game
Allrounderz - Online 3D True Social Cricket Game

ALL ROUNDERZ is an online 3d social Cricket game Developed and Published by iNexGen Games, India. I can sense your enthusiasm for the release date after hearing its a 3D social cricket game, This game is about to release on 19th of March on Facebook with the prominent cricket personalities.

ALL ROUNDERZ allows you to generate your own team and compete with your Facebook friends. The game can be played as four different overs match (5 overs, 10 overs, 15 overs & 20 overs) for instance, if you play against your friend for a 5 over match your friend can chase your score for the same 5 over match, also you get coins and cash for each game u play, and you can buy items from iNexGen store using your cash and coins to crack your game play and to win the matches against your friends.

The beta of this game was launched on 19th of Feb with a former Indian Cricketer and Umpire “Venkatraghavan”. Contest are being based on the ICC world cup 2011, so far 1800 of them have participated in this game contest and some of them also won exciting prizes for winning the contest.

Am eagerly waiting to play this game with my facebook friends, I wish this will be a very big hit among all the online cricket game. If you like to participate in this game visit – Allrounderz group page. – contest & game page.


Terror [sucks] rules cricketers mind.

Terror strikes Mumbai, India and rules Cricketers mind

Pakistan unsafe: Dhoni, Tendulkar told Board yesterday

Today, England’s cricket team has called off the remaining two games in the ongoing series

also Shane Warne plans to skip the upcoming Twenty20 Champions League.

Indian Cricket Team Makes it happen against the so called Mighty Australians

MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni
Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar

After an excellent test match , this is what the two captians said

MS Dhoni “We executed the plans well”

Ricky Ponting “India were the rightful winners of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy”

India won the Border-Gavasaskar trophy today by beating the mighty Australians by comprehensive 172 runs. India won the series 2-0. Indian victory was on the cards right from day one as Sachin made a terriffic century with his popular heavy weight MRF bat. This was Sachin’s 40th test century and 10th against Australia. Though Sachin’s contribution has a great impact on today’s Indian victory , I would say that it was a definite team effort, which made sure that India would stand on the winning side during presentation ceremony. Its always difficult to beat the Australians and I am sure that today’s victory is something special to every Indian player and ofcourse to every Indian. This test is also the last test match for the former Indian captian Ganguly, who scored his maiden Test Hundred against England on his very first test match at Lords.

Simon’s Tips

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Simon Taufel
Simon Taufel

Simon Taufel tips on umpiring , which can be considered as a self improvement tips in any field, not just umpiring

Always have your own continuous improvement cycle.

Plan (set goals), execute (do), review (self assess / get feedback) and then repeat. repeat, repeat

Umpiring is a team sport and you must help your colleague to have a good game, your performance is judged as a team

Self discipline is paramount – focus on what is important and allow no distractions

Think and behave positively. The world has a habit of creating a path to those who know where they are going

Never stop learning. Nothing great was ever achieved without some setbacks along the way – learn from them

Be a good person first to be a good umpire.

Simon’s sixers

The 37-year-old Taufel has won the ‘ICC Umpire of the Year Award’ every year since its inception

Received the ICC’s ‘Bronze Bails Award’ for umpiring in 100 ODIs. Is the youngest to have reached this landmark.

Has umpired in 51 Tests, 124 ODIs, and 11 T20 games till date

Made his first-class umpiring debut in 1995, aged just 24.

Stood in his first ODI, at 28, on Jan 13 1999 in a match between Australia and Lanka at Sydney

Officiated in his first Test in Dec 2000, the Boxing Day duel between Aus and WI at Melbourne.