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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

DRS: Our one chance to fix it

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

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...

DRS and The Ashes

James Gray returns to offer his views on The Ashes.

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...

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...

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.

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

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...

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...

Record numbers return for pre-season

For the second year in a row, St Andrews welcomed a record number of students back to the Bubble for its most successful pre-season...