A radical suggestion for dealing with the England men’s teams top order batting woes…
An account of England’s defeat at Old Trafford, the loss of The Ashes and the subsequent failure of England’s selectors to take necessary action. Credit to Australia, who are worthy winners of both this match and The Ashes (and, almost certainly, the series as well).
Conceding the fourth test, and with it The Ashes, this post looks ahead to the fifth test at The Oval, with various changes to the England squad suggested. There are also lots of my photographs.
My own thoughts about the amazing “Headingley Heist” and the remainder of the Ashes series, plus links and of course photographs.
More (as promised) on my new shoes and an account of England’s Ashes Woes, as well as lots of photographs.
An account of yesterday’s triple header opening to the Women’s Super League and a highly controversial suggestion re England men’s team spin difficulties.
Some thoughts about the possible make-up of the England team against Ireland later this year.
INTRODUCTION From here you can reach any post in the series with a single click. Also featured on this page a complete listing of the 100 players. The post in which I first mentioned the idea for the series “My Third Visit to Addenbrookes“ The first post of the series proper, explaing the idea in … Continue reading “100 Cricketers”
The latest in my “100 cricketers” series, featuring the fast bowlers from the ninth XI, some thoughts on the Wisden Five Cricketers of the Year and of course some of my photographs.
The latest installment in my “100 cricketers” series, featuring the remaining specialist batters from my sixth XI, and also including some of my photographs.