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Tuesday, June 18, 2019

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...

In review: A summer of sport

As a keen football fan, sum­mertime (as Lana Del Rey so accu­rately said) is one full of sadness. Yes, there are a number of...

Successful summer for England, but batting dilemmas remain

Jason Segall reflects on an interesting summer of cricket to look forward towards an impending Ashes down under.

DRS: Our one chance to fix it

James Gray laments the implementation of DRS and suggests a more honourable alternative

For Pete’s Sake: Men’s Cricket Records Double Victories

St Andrews Men’s Firsts (57-1) beat Aberdeen Men’s Firsts (53 a/o) by nine wickets. St Andrews Men’s Seconds (129-0) beat Glasgow Caledonian Men’s Firsts (127...

Scotland squad for tour of the Middle East bears many new...

Scotland's squad announcement for their tour to Afghanistan is shrouded in controversy. James Gray reports.

2016: New Year, New Hopes

2015 brought many highs and lows for our sports teams and 2016 promises much of the same, although they will be hoping for more highs than lows.

Are England heading for disaster Down Under?

Deputy sports editor Jason Segall reflects on the Ben Stokes drama and assesses the squad England's selectors have picked to travel Down Under to face Australia.

England Cricket in Sri Lanka: a Preview

If one were to look at the report for their tour so far, one would be forgiven for believing that England were touring deepest...

How Scotland nearly defied the cricketing establishment

Deputy sports editor Jason Segall discusses the new Cricket World Cup format and whether it is detrimental to the growth of cricket as a sport.