MOEEN ALI is a doubt for the second Ashes Test against Australia because of a side injury. The England all-rounder ‘s […]
The England Women’s wicketkeeper picks the best XI she has played with and against in her career. Charlotte Edwards – […]
Between devising a plan to dismiss Kevin Pietersen and sharing a pre-Ashes drink with Mitchell Johnson, Sam Weller has packed […]
By Neil Fissler Leicestershire were the rank outsiders to win the County Championship in 1996 with bookmakers offering them at […]
ASHES winner Geraint Jones is set to hang up the gloves at the end of the current season with the […]
We look at some of the key battles that could decide the location of the urn.
Jack Murphy is still awaiting his 1st XI debut but his employers have already been on the receiving end of […]
By Neil Fissler John Hampshire admits that he did not know it at the time but Yorkshire’s second Gillette Cup […]
Watch England stars past and present describe what it really means to play for your country
We’re at the centre-point of a captivating schedule for England in 2015; flanked either side by the Kiwis and South Africans, […]
Greg Chappell has compared him to Mike Hussey, Chris Rogers sees similarities with Andrew Strauss, but all Australian tyro Jake Doran wants to be is himself.
The best one-day international series I can ever recall in England may have ended but that has only whetted the appetite for the months ahead.
It was when Jason Roy landed a ball on top of my car for the third time in the over […]
Six of the county game’s brightest young talents have been shortlisted for this year’s LV= Breakthrough Player Award. Alex Davies […]
When Mickey Arthur was sacked 16 days before the start of the 2013 Ashes series in England, few would have […]
By Neil Fissler Matt Cassar recalls that Derbyshire were put at a major disadvantage after being asked to bat first […]
By Luke Baker As England’s new male generation continue to impress against New Zealand, Middlesex women’s captain Izzy Westbury believes […]
Mosun Hussain’s first memories of cricket are watching his father’s beloved Pakistan on TV but the Yorkshire youngster is dreaming […]
On the Spot Date of Birth: 28/04/1983 Marital Status: Married to Jade. Previous Clubs: Warwickshire, Derbyshire, England U19s. The Last… […]
1. CHRIS ROGERS – Australia & Middlesex I was very fortunate to play with Chris at Middlesex and he’s just a great […]
I was a chippy character on the field and, though I took it too far sometimes, I learned to control […]
The Australians are here, the first Ashes Test starts a fortnight on Wednesday in Cardiff, and the memories of the […]
Worcestershire all-rounder Tom Whiteley talks us through his pet hates.
IF Jonny Bairstow is on the outside looking in as far as England are concerned, his sheer weight of runs will almost certainly batter the front door down before long.
The Cricket Paper have teamed up with our friends over at Marston’s to offer five lucky winners the chance to bag […]
‘We are looking for a higher standard of skill’ Were the words of Eoin Morgan after England’s 111-run World Cup defeat […]
By Neil Fissler WARREN HEGG believes that it will remain one of cricket’s great mysteries why Lancashire weren’t crowned County […]
Nathan Sowter is not keen on comparisons with Shane Warne, but after pretending to be him as a child in […]
The Cricket Paper have teamed up with Lycamobile, the largest global provider of low-cost international mobile calls and Official Partner of England’s Test Match Grounds, to offer a pair of tickets to three limited overs internationals against New Zealand this month.
ANDREW STRAUSS – Retired I got to play with Andrew in the Rwanda Cricket Foundation charity match and it was a […]