A fearsome spell of fast bowling represents one of the most
electric passages of play on a cricket field.
A side’s necessity for out and out pace bowlers is arguably
at its most potent in the era of one-day batting dominance.
With the Cricket World Cup underway, England’s Jofra Archer
has grabbed headlines for
It is now over a month since England suffered a heavy, eight-wicket defeat to Australia in the Women’s World T20 final.
Despite ultimate disappointment that the side couldn’t add the Twenty20 title to their World Cup win in the 50-over format a year earlier, it was generally felt that Heather Knight’s
Siblings. They drive you to succeed and tease you when you fail. They can encourage you to try new things that you probably wouldn’t think of doing without their intuition.
England’s new wicketkeeper Ben Foakes was one of many to follow their sibling’s footsteps. A six-year old Ben made the short
The ICC Women’s World T20 kicks off this Friday in the West Indies with a unique identity. The standalone nature of the tournament marks the first time the event will run separately to the men’s format, amidst a growing demand and consumption of the women’s game.
The final of last year’s
The last year has been one to savour for Sophia Dunkley. At just 20 years of age, the Surrey Stars all-rounder helped her side claim their first Kia Super League title in August, before she was named in the England senior team for the first time ahead of this month's
In March 2001, Graham Thorpe gave a lesson on how to bat in Asia. With England and Sri Lanka locked at 1-1 in the third and final Test, Thorpe walked to the centre of the Sinhalese Sports Club Ground in Colombo with his side on 66 for 3, still 175
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
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