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A New Dawn For English Cricket?

If there is any leadership team designed to ward off fears of a repeat of that match, it must be Ben Stokes and Brendon McCullum, the latter the new red-ball men’s head coach.

Lord’s Cricket Ground to stop hosting Varsity Match

This year will see the final cricket Varsity competition played at Lord’s Cricket Ground. The first of these games was played in 1827 and has continued since then every year aside from the interruption of World Wars I and II, and the Covid-19 pandemic.

Lifting the cloud: South Africa’s return to winning ways

"The series against India could well go some way to dispelling the shadows around the team, if not the still-troubled administrators."

The Ashes and the Place of Cricket in the 21st Century

"I know the game I fell in love with as a child, that I remember my grandfather through, will not be the same again in the 21st century."

South African victory should not make ‘Root’s England’ complacent

Joe Root and his England teammates lifted the Basil D'Oliveira Trophy on Monday afternoon, after some inspired bowling from Durham’s Mark Wood sealed a...

The Hundred

How can we get more people to play cricket?

England emerges from their Summer of Cricket

2019 saw England win the World Cup and draw the Ashes, both in the most exciting of fashions.

The greatest Ashes innings ever?

Ben Stokes now ranks among British sport's greats.

Oddball England must win at Headingley

Despite their struggles so far, you'd still fancy England.

Seventh heaven for OUCC at Lords

The Men's cricket Blues team exact revenge on the Tabs.

A front-foot approach

What can the Cricket World Cup do to increase its fanbase?

Women’s Blues win Twenty:20 Varsity

Women's Blues and Men's Authentics seize victory over Cambridge, while Men's Blues are narrowly defeated

Trials and Tests for female cricketers

Claire Taylor, an alumnus of The Queen’s College, Oxford, is known for being one of the best female cricketers England has ever seen. Taylor...

2019: a high-point for British sport?

Tom Ashley looks forward to the rest of 2019 in British sport

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