Monthly Archives: August 2014

***1990s Cricket Memory Alert***

Born in the 1980s, a lot of my “growing up” memories were formed as a child in the 1990s. It was when I got into cricket, and what a decade it was for the game! From the decline of that … Continue reading

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Cook’s Last Test As Captain?

2-1 up. India utterly broken; plenty of runs at Southampton… “Role on Australia!”. Etc. Let’s start this off by stating that England will probably win this Test. India don’t win Tests away from home very often, let alone get series’ results … Continue reading

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The Rising Cost Of Test Cricket

There have been a couple of excellent articles from people outside cricket (TheFullToss and Dmitri) regarding the attendances at the recent Test matches held in England, published alongside some excellent comments BTL which are worth a read too. Graeme Swann … Continue reading

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