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Cricketing evolution evidenced by World Cup’s exemplary batting

Although the bowling and fielding at the 2015 Cricket World Cup was generally exemplary, it was batting that reigned supreme – runs came thick...

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...

Cricket World Cup 2015 Preview: Group B

Part two of this preview for the Cricket World Cup 2015 sees us delve into the latter of the two Groups, after our exploration...

Cricket World Cup 2015 Preview: Group A

“Missing: Pair of balls. If found, please return to the English cricket team.” The World Cup, indeed Australia’s opening match against their most familiar foe,...

Sri Lankan sojourn for Men’s Cricket Club

Cricket tour to Sri Lanka throws up stories, success - and some devious spin bowling

Cricket World Cup 2015 team preview: India

The Cricket World Cup is the biggest sporting event in the world, or so the Indians believe. Rio de Janeiro may not be in...

Early season wobble for uninspiring Saints

Robert Chadwick reports on Saints Cricket's uninspiring first games of the indoor season.

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

In defence of Alistair Cook

It has been a traumatic six months for the young England Captain but as his Sri Lankan counterpart proved, there is light at the end of the tunnel

‘The spirit of cricket’ is nothing more than an illusion

The 'mankading' of Jos Butler was as lethal a blow to 'the spirit of cricket' as Alistair Cook's shameful treatment of his opposite number