With the return of cricket next month comes the long-awaited return of The Cricket Paper on August 2, with edition No.332 kicking off our weekly coverage of cricket domestically and over the world.
Available every Sunday for £1.80, read the insights and opinions to England’s Test series against West Indies and Ireland from TCP’s team of writers fronted by Derek Pringle, Chris Stocks, and Peter Hayter.
While you should look no further for coverage of the Bob Willis Trophy, where all 18 counties of English and Welsh cricket will vie for success in a shortened red-ball tournament named after the late England fast bowler and broadcaster.
So set the date and take a look some of the articles we brought your way in 2019:
- Joe Root on the World Cup, Ashes and selectors getting out to watch county cricket
- Pakistan are still on track to take world by storm, beams Mickey
- Raf Nicholson column: Are we missing a trick in our selection process?
As always, editions of The Cricket Paper will not only be lined with words to inform and evoke your own opinion, but will hold the performance stats from players across the county and international scene.
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