Despite the fledgling County Cricket season, there have already been a number of noteworthy incidents.
We’ve seen Peter Siddle bowling in a beanie. We’ve seen the aforementioned beanie-wearing Siddle break Rilee Rossouw's bat in quite hilarious fashion.
And we’ve also seen the coming-of-age of a young Surrey team that are ready to
Sat opposite Lewis Hatchett in a coastal tearoom bustling with activity on a rare sun-drenched afternoon, it is difficult to fathom that the former Sussex seamer is anything but the archetypal fast bowler. Tall, broad shouldered with a confident stride, his retirement two summers ago at the age of just
On first impressions when England wicketkeeper Sarah Taylor met me on a busy southwest London road, she emanated a bubbly confidence.
So, it surprised me when she told me later during the interview she had been feeling anxious about our meeting.
Her friendly nature was infectious. She insisted on carrying a rather
On a typical, somewhat average rainy Wednesday in February last year, a couple of rather notable things happened.
In the House of Commons a buzz of agreement from MPs saw them vote in favour of the European Union Bill - giving Theresa May the power to trigger Article 50 and kick-start
It was mid-afternoon on a muggy July Sunday when Anya Shrubsole put the finishing touches to the gold standard of World Cups. For one day shy of a month, English cricket put on a show like no other. It would be a spectacle with a fitting conclusion, with Shrubsole’s yorker
Teams from all over the world have touched down in Zimbabwe for the month-long ICC World Cup qualifiers.
You can imagine the only concern in ICC headquarters for the next month is the very real possibility the rebranded Windies will fail to make it to the champions trophy.. I mean World Cup, in England 2019.
They’re in group A alongside
Since Steven Finn made his Test match bow against Bangladesh in 2010, 36 Englishmen have been handed their debuts in cricket’s toughest format. A debutant just seven months after Jonathan Trott made his international entrance and more than two years before Joe Root arrived on the scene, it is easy
"You know you're playing not just the Australian cricket team but the whole country as well."
A veteran of 33 Ashes tests, Alec Stewart knows more than most about taking on Australia.
Although victories Down Under were something of a rarity for England through the 1990s - they won just two tests,
There is always a sense of interest surrounding an England Lions squad announcement. Who’s the next kid on the block? Who’s been left out of the main squad? Is there space for the old-stager having the season of his life?
So, when the lucky seventeen had their names announced on 2nd
After an extraordinary year for women's cricket, Nick Friend speaks to England spinner Alex Hartley as the World Cup winners prepare for their tour of Australia.
For many, victory in a World Cup final on home soil would be the culmination of a grand plan, the triumphant peak of a side