‘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 […]
Uttering the name “Lehmann” is enough to send shivers to the core of England’s Test and County Championship players alike. […]
By Neil Fissler Neil O’Brien admits that he could not help but feel sorry for Northamptonshire after Cheshire knocked them […]
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 for three ODIs against New Zealand at Edgbaston on June 9, The Kia Oval on June 12 and Ageas Bowl on June 14.
England went into the two-match Test Series against New Zealand as considerable favourites to record a comfortable victory on home […]
LANCASHIRE are running away at the top of Division Two but Luke Procter is making sure some things are still a close shave in the Old Trafford dressing room.
Chris Nash – Sussex He was probably the most exciting opening batsman I ever played with. He’s incredibly consistent in […]
I worked at Procter & Gamble in IT management for a few years after I left university, but it got […]
By Neil Fissler STEVE MARSH admits that Kent were desperate to end 1995 with a trophy in the Canterbury cabinet […]
ANDY FLOWER – Retired When he came to us from Zimbabwe he was world No.1 batsman and it was fantastic to […]
I finally got into the Australian Test side at the start of 2009 off the back of the home loss […]
Bayliss will take up his new role in June and will have Paul Farbrace as his assistant.
By Neil Fissler Leicestershire had a rich history in the Benson & Hedges Cup after beating Yorkshire to win the […]
By Neil Fissler David Byas had no regrets about announcing his retirement after becoming the first Yorkshire captain for 33 […]
Paul Nixon column DESPITE what has been said about Kevin Pietersen not being in England’s plans, I believe we will […]
CHRIS ROGERS – Victoria He’s just a phenomenal player and his record speaks for itself. He took a while to get into […]
He may still be only 18 years old but in his short career Haseeb Hameed has already made a habit […]
By Neil Fissler Northants might have only won the Gillette Cup in 1976 and Benson & Hedges Cup in 1980 […]
AFTER Jonathan Trott announced his retirement from international cricket, there is a slot at the top of England’s batting order […]
By Chris Bailey HE’S had a career-long battle trying to impress the ECB and spent last year re-modelling his action […]
By Neil Fissler Tony Cottey wrote himself into Glamorgan history when he hooked Kent’s Duncan Spencer to fine leg to […]