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Sunday, April 21, 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...

Smith’s Kingdom Collapses in Ball Tampering Scandal

Deputy sports editor Jason Segall has his say on revelations that Australian cricket captain Steve Smith and others deliberately cheated in a recent test match against South Africa.

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...

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...

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,...

DRS and The Ashes

James Gray returns to offer his views on The Ashes.

Cricket club thrives with passion in abundance

Andrew Williams sits down with the secretary and a senior member of the cricket club to find out what makes the sport so special

Crushing defeat for England in the Ashes, but Flickers of Hope...

As the dust settles on England's Ashes defeat Down Under, deputy sports editor Jason Segall ponders if there are any positives to take.

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’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.