How the NBA is succeeding in making India fall in love with basketball

India, a predominantly cricket crazy nation with a population of over 1.2 billion has enjoyed yet another exhilarating week of sport. No, it's not because they managed to beat the visiting South Africans by a mammoth 203 runs, or due to the thrilling performances from the boxers at the AIBA

St Mary’s University and Indoor Cricket: A Successful Partnership

St Mary’s University Cricket Club has enjoyed another fruitful BUCS indoor cricket campaign in 2019. Having made the national finals in March for the third year running, they finished as runners up in this year’s competition, narrowly losing out to Portsmouth in a tense final. The match was played in front of a raucous crowd

Cricket’s Associate Nation Conundrum

The Cricket World Cup 2019 is underway. Somewhat predictably, the Great British Summer is keeping the groundsmen busy as the tournament looks to gather some momentum after a stop-start few weeks. Of course, one of the leading storylines heading into the summer was that of the wholesale changes made to the competition’s structure. With the number

Grass roots pioneer Jamie Harrison on the challenges of developing cricket in the USA

With the USA’s men’s side having last week gained One day international status for the next three years, the Sports Gazette spoke to Jamie Harrison, the foremost grass roots cricket administrator and enthusiast in the world’s richest country. How big will ODI status be for cricket in the USA? “It’ll be massive,

Why Australia can be considered World Cup favourites

Steve Smith and David Warner have now served their 12 month bans for ball-tampering after their sanction came to an end on 28 March. The pair were eligible to be integrated back into the Australian line-up for the fourth and fifth One Day Internationals in the ongoing series against Pakistan, but will be