Thursday, September 27, 2007

Well Pitched - a cricket blog

CONTACT DETAILS

wellpitched@gmail.com

THE COMING OF WELL PITCHED

'Well Pitched', founded in September 2007, is an idea that was floated around by some of us cricket fans who used to exchange emails discussing the latest cricket happenings around the world. Be it news, matches, or players, we would exchange our views on everything.

During the exchanges, we realized that almost everyone had an opinion, that too at any given relative time of day since we are spread out all over the world. As the "To" list on our emails grew, so did the volume of emails and diversity in opinions, and hence dawned the realization that we must blog our thoughts and share them with an even larger audience.

WELL PITCHED OBJECTIVE


While Cricinfo is the authority on statistics, live coverage, player comments, etc, there are a variety of blogs that contain thoughts on cricket. Our goal is to become a part of this blogging mix and simply publish high quality and well researched content on a regular basis so that it fosters debate and gives you something to think about with your morning cup of chai, afternoon coffee, or dinner (depending on where you are).

WELL PITCHED GOALS

We want Well Pitched to be an interactive space, and would like you to leave comments on the posts - agree, disagree, argue, criticize, compliment, correct, do as you please. The views expressed on Well Pitched will be those of the authors and you may or may not agree with them, which will only make the discussions more constructive. Moreover, we also want to inform and provide insights, thus if you would like us to give views on a cricket related subject or answer a query that you may have, just leave a comment and we promise to respond.



We want Well Pitched to be an interactive space, and would like you to leave comments on the posts - agree, disagree, argue, criticize, compliment, correct, do as you please. The views expressed on Well Pitched will be those of the authors and you may or may not agree with them, which will only make the discussions more constructive. Moreover, we also want to inform and provide insights, thus if you would like us to give views on a cricket related subject or answer a query that you may have, just leave a comment and we promise to respond.

You can count on us to take cricket writing to the next level in a manner that is more Informative, Insightful, Interesting, and Interactive - this is what we refer to as the 4 I's of journalism. When readers' comments are added to the equation, it is taking journalism not to the next level, but to a different plane altogether.

WELL PITCHED MOTTO

Remember, if its well pitched, it will bowl you over!


WELL PITCHED AUTHORS

Umair Qazi (Q), Masud Mahdi (Sledgehammer), Obaidullah Khawaja (Obaid)

Thank you for visiting. Enjoy your stay and keep coming back.

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3 Pitched:

  1. Arsalan Zamir said...
     

    hey look what i stumbled upon. the cricket passion of the ex chauiffat captain hasnt faded off. its been a long time buddy. good to see u behind such a nice and informative blog. best of luck man.

  2. Anonymous said...
     

    good article!!

    Keep it up!

  3. chrispscricket said...
     

    Gentlemen, I hope you will accept an invitation to take part in the Cricket Blogger Survey, which aims to take the temperature of blogging in late 2014. As an long-established blog, you're input would be particularly welcome. Thanks, Chris
    http://chrispscricket.wordpress.com/2014/10/15/the-cricket-blogger-survey/

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