With the ICC Women’s World Cup little more than a week away, the skippers of the eight competing nations are making their final preparations. Continue reading The Art of Female Captaincy
The Champions Trophy begins today and, to the slight bewilderment of anyone who has seen them play in a global 50-over tournament, England are favourites to clinch the crown. Continue reading England aim for glory in Champions Trophy
You may have seen a slightly contrived ECB video doing the rounds of the comedian Dara Ó Briain commentating on … Continue reading The rise, fall, and resurrection of Irish Cricket
They are seldom competitive, and often distort records… so should the universities lose their status? Continue reading Still first-class? The university challenge
At some point earlier this year, club cricketers would have received a five word email to make their heart jump, … Continue reading What’s the point of winter nets?
Tanya Aldred’s portrait of Rachael Heyhoe Flint, written in 2014, sums up the passion and talents of a cricketing pioneer…. Continue reading The first lady of Lord’s
For many in England, cricket means the shadows of spires on Victorian village greens. But for some, it means coming to a warehouse in east London. Continue reading Indoor cricket: red in tooth and claw