Thursday, August 6, 2020
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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

Summer Awakening – Test Cricket Returns

Cricket, in its highest and most glorious format - test cricket - will soon be returning. For many, including myself, cricket is far more...

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.

England Cricket in Sri Lanka: a Preview

If one were to look at the report for their tour so far, one would be forgiven for believing that England were touring deepest...

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.

Cricket women romp to victory

Beth Caunce provides an in-depth review of a stunning display vs Durham University

BUCS Semester 1: The best of the rest

We run around some of the lesser known sports clubs to see how they've been getting on

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...

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.

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...