Change in English cricket has to be structured | Richard Clarke

Few people hate The Hundred more than myself.
It is an ill-considered gamble created by marketers with pounds signs for hearts and promoted with all the clarity and sincerity of Boris Johnson on the floor of the Commons.
As far as I can see, there has never been a coherent long-term plan, no consistent explanation of how it supports the overall structure of the game and, before this week, nothing about how its success will be measured.
A chaotic communications strategy has pitched the majority of traditional county fans against it but so much of the ECB’s reserves have been used to ensure...

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