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Tuesday, July 23, 2019

The Ashes: why did it all go wrong?

Andrew Williams on why it all went a bit Pete Tong for the Poms Down Under

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...

DRS: Our one chance to fix it

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

Early season wobble for uninspiring Saints

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

Sri Lankan sojourn for Men’s Cricket Club

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

The curse of KP

Andrew Williams takes aim and fires over the saga which is causing a stir at the heart of English cricket

England’s blip in New Zealand

James Gray calms the England fans panicking over a bump in the night

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

‘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

Aussie angst: inside the Ashes

The Ashes are in full swing. Hugo Porter, a Pom, takes on the Aussies