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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 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

England slump to crippling test series defeat against India

Jason Segall offers an excellent review of England's dismal test performance in India this winter, where they lost 4-0 to the world's best team.

How Scotland nearly defied the cricketing establishment

Deputy sports editor Jason Segall discusses the new Cricket World Cup format and whether it is detrimental to the growth of cricket as a sport.

Scotland squad for tour of the Middle East bears many new...

Scotland's squad announcement for their tour to Afghanistan is shrouded in controversy. James Gray reports.

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,...

Alastair Cook’s spin masterclass

James Gray breaks down Alastair Cook's secrets of batting against spin

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...

Saints Cricket: preview of the upcoming season

As the temperatures once again plummet towards the typical Scottish frigidity, the time for that most summery of sports is nearly upon us. After...

How can we save Test cricket?

If you look at just about any statistic, test match cricket is on its way out. This year’s boxing day test in Melbourne, the...