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Saturday, September 22, 2018

Top Australian cricket side stops off to play in St Andrews

An out-of-the-blue email, sent without any prior notification, opened the door for the St Andrews Staff and Postgraduate Cricket Club to face an Australian...

How can we save Test cricket?

If you look at just about any statistic, test match cricket is on its way out. This year’s boxing day test in Melbourne, the...

Cricket Club suffers false start to season

Cancelled fixtures puts league completion in doubt  Lack of warm up matches affects team performances For Men’s Cricketers in St Andrews, the season is short...

Joe Root and the fine art of cricketing leadership

Leaders are not one and the same. They are not uniform. Whether within or outside of sport, you will rarely find leaders who are...

Women’s Cricket: Building on past successes

Women's cricket is using the upward trajectory of the international game to enhance their standing as a sports team

Toying with tradition: how will a new T20 tournament affect English...

Harry Dean explores whether a proposed new T20 tournament could represent the future of English cricket or whether it could be a moment of madness.

Optimism abounds as cricket season draws near

Just when it seems that BUCS action had finished for the year, deputy sports editor Harry Dean previews cricket season for both the men's and women's first team.

Cricket World Cup 2015: as revered as its name suggests?

Last Saturday saw 14 teams head to New Zealand and Australia to compete in the oldest international, one-day tournament in the cricketing calendar. The...

Alastair Cook’s spin masterclass

James Gray breaks down Alastair Cook's secrets of batting against spin

England’s cricket woes continue after loss against Bangladesh

England's drawn test series with Bangladesh came as a surprise to many, but it was much of the same for a team that has struggled in the batting department for some time.