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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

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.

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...

Caribbean Revival: Are the Windies on the Road to Redemption?

Harry Dean takes a look to see if the West Indies can once again become a cricketing superpower.

England face an uphill battle against India

England struggled in their recent series with Bangladesh and therefore their prospects aren't looking good for their current series in India.

Captain Cook resigns: What’s next for England?

Deputy sport editor Jason Segall offers his thoughts on the resignation of Alastair Cook as England Cricket captain and contemplates the legacy he has left behind, as well as potential replacements.

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.

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...

Varsity Success for Saints Cricketers Despite Rain

Jason Segall travels down to Edinburgh to report on the inaugural Cricket Varsity match from the Carlton Cricket Club

It’s Just Not Cricket

On Thursday of last week three Pakistani cricketers were jailed for their involvement in a plot to bowl no-balls at specific points during a...

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.