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BBC’s five-year deal with the ECB is a win for cricket and its audiences – The Guardian (blog)

BBC’s five-year deal with the ECB is a win for cricket and its audiences – The Guardian (blog)

The Guardian (blog) BBC's five-year deal with the ECB is a win for cricket and its audiencesThe Guardian (blog)It is unalloyed good news that live cricket is coming back to BBC television. One of the great national sports is reunited with the one broadcaster that can make big events bigger – and get the whole […]

India’s legion of cricket fans have given the sportcolour, gloss and, yes, muscle – Times of India (blog)

India’s legion of cricket fans have given the sportcolour, gloss and, yes, muscle – Times of India (blog)

Times of India (blog) India's legion of cricket fans have given the sportcolour, gloss and, yes, muscleTimes of India (blog)When India played South Africa at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) in the 2015 World Cup, 85,000 of the 87,000 in attendance at the MCG were Indians. Indian TV correspondents trying to do their live updates […]

Move to put cricket back on free-to-air TV a tacit admission ECB got … – The Guardian (blog)

Move to put cricket back on free-to-air TV a tacit admission ECB got … – The Guardian (blog)

The Guardian (blog) Move to put cricket back on free-to-air TV a tacit admission ECB got …The Guardian (blog)Leaked documents suggest the ECB wants some cricket back on free-to-air television but this feels like attempting to squeeze toothpaste back into the tube.and more » cricket – Google News

Move to put cricket back on free-to-air TV a tacit admission ECB got it wrong – The Guardian (blog)

Move to put cricket back on free-to-air TV a tacit admission ECB got it wrong – The Guardian (blog)

The Guardian (blog) Move to put cricket back on free-to-air TV a tacit admission ECB got it wrongThe Guardian (blog)Do not expect a mighty “mea culpa” from the England and Wales Cricket Board, but now we have an implicit acknowledgement that the decision, taken over a decade ago, not to insist upon some cricket remaining […]

Sex, lies and cricket umpires in Old Bailey ‘hitman’ trial – ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)

Sex, lies and cricket umpires in Old Bailey ‘hitman’ trial – ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)

ESPNcricinfo.com (blog) Sex, lies and cricket umpires in Old Bailey 'hitman' trialESPNcricinfo.com (blog)A former producer of the TV police drama, "The Bill", who is on trial for allegedly attempting to hire a hitman to kill his scriptwriter partner, has admitted he made up lies about being a village cricket umpire in order to carry on […]

Interesting days ahead for world cricket – Yahoo Cricket (blog)

Interesting days ahead for world cricket – Yahoo Cricket (blog)

Yahoo Cricket (blog) Interesting days ahead for world cricketYahoo Cricket (blog)Listening to and reading what the head of the Committee of Administrators (COA) Vinod Rai has been saying on sharing of the revenues with the International Cricket Council (ICC) and the Indian board, it appears he is neither talking like an accountant …Legends should speak […]

County cricket talking points: Surrey top the table but it’s not an even playing field – The Guardian (blog)

County cricket talking points: Surrey top the table but it’s not an even playing field – The Guardian (blog)

The Guardian (blog) County cricket talking points: Surrey top the table but it's not an even playing fieldThe Guardian (blog)Yorkshire began life without Jason Gillespsie with defeat in yet another tremendous cricket match involving the White Rose men. After new captain Gary Ballance had anchored the Tykes' first innings with a splendid 120, seamer Ben […]

County cricket – live blog! – The Guardian

County cricket – live blog! – The Guardian

The Guardian County cricket – live blog!The GuardianSam Curran bowls as Surrey look to keep the pressure on Warwickshire. Photograph: Jordan Mansfield/Getty Images. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on LinkedIn · Share on Pinterest · Share on … cricket – Google News

How do you feel about artificial pitches? – ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)

How do you feel about artificial pitches? – ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)

ESPNcricinfo.com (blog) How do you feel about artificial pitches?ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)When it comes to describing pitches to a fellow club cricketer, few terms induce the grimace that "artificial" does. Non-turf strips have something of a bad reputation. Bowlers feel they are on a hiding to nothing, while batsmen feel they have no …and more » cricket – […]

Blogs: Nicholas Hogg on why actors are drawn to cricket | Cricket … – ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)

Blogs: Nicholas Hogg on why actors are drawn to cricket | Cricket … – ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)

ESPNcricinfo.com (blog) Blogs: Nicholas Hogg on why actors are drawn to cricket | Cricket …ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)Both are art forms that encourage a contemplation of life and general faffing about.and more » cricket – Google News

Why actors are drawn to cricket – ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)

Why actors are drawn to cricket – ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)

ESPNcricinfo.com (blog) Why actors are drawn to cricketESPNcricinfo.com (blog)So what is it about cricket that draws thespians to the game in droves? Writer Alan Ross described watching a cricket match as "a storehouse of thought, of thought occasioned by the game itself, by the beauty, wit or intelligence of one's companion: or …and more » cricket […]

Murder on the square – ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)

Murder on the square – ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)

ESPNcricinfo.com (blog) Murder on the squareESPNcricinfo.com (blog)Nevertheless, it seems likely to have been coincidence, rather than design, that resulted in two detective dramas on UK television in quick succession airing episodes centred around suspicious cricket-club deaths. First to the wicket was ITV's Midsomer …and more » cricket – Google News

Double-headers don’t help women’s cricket anymore – ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)

Double-headers don’t help women’s cricket anymore – ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)

ESPNcricinfo.com (blog) Double-headers don't help women's cricket anymoreESPNcricinfo.com (blog)As a journalist, I should love double-headers. The food is infinitely better. I have never been offered a massage in the press box of a women's game. And there is always someone there to make your tea for you. Reporting on men's cricket is like a …and […]

Might cricket ban close-in fielders some day? – ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)

Might cricket ban close-in fielders some day? – ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)

ESPNcricinfo.com (blog) Might cricket ban close-in fielders some day?ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)Following Matt Renshaw's concussion injury, a respected cricket writer posed the question: will we ever get to the point where short leg, bat pad and silly mid-off are banned in international cricket? In junior cricket in Australia that is already the …and more » cricket – Google […]

Blame domestic cricket for Pakistan’s losses – ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)

Blame domestic cricket for Pakistan’s losses – ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)

ESPNcricinfo.com (blog) Blame domestic cricket for Pakistan's lossesESPNcricinfo.com (blog)But as with everything related to domestic cricket in Pakistan, there are more questions than answers. There are myriad reasons why Pakistan isn't producing the players it once did, why the limited-overs teams are years behind the rest of the world …Australia v India Test cricket: Steve […]

Women’s cricket in 2016: England’s big call and the emergence of KSL – The Guardian (blog)

Women’s cricket in 2016: England’s big call and the emergence of KSL – The Guardian (blog)

The Guardian (blog) Women's cricket in 2016: England's big call and the emergence of KSLThe Guardian (blog)You may have seen them on your commute to work: vibrant posters of five stars of international women's cricket. Flanked by Suzie Bates (New Zealand), Dan van Niekerk (South Africa), Stafanie Taylor (West Indies) and Ellyse Perry (Australia) stands […]

Afghan refugees are energising cricket in Germany – The Economist (blog)

Afghan refugees are energising cricket in Germany – The Economist (blog)

The Economist (blog) Afghan refugees are energising cricket in GermanyThe Economist (blog)SAMAR KHAN grew up playing cricket in Afghanistan with his brother. When his family fled from Kabul to Germany four years ago, after his father was targeted by the Taliban, one of his priorities was to carry on playing. He found a club in […]

Where are the women on England cricket’s power list? – ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)

Where are the women on England cricket’s power list? – ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)

ESPNcricinfo.com (blog) Where are the women on England cricket's power list?ESPNcricinfo.com (blog)Last month, the Cricketer magazine published what it termed a "power list" of English cricket, as decided by its editorial team. In case you're curious and you missed it at the time, ECB chairman Colin Graves topped the list. Managing director Andrew …England cricket […]

Forget cricket – The Economist (blog)

Forget cricket – The Economist (blog)

Forget cricketThe Economist (blog)“It's worth it,” he says on a day when India is set to take on England—not in a game of cricket, but in the 12-nation World Cup tournament of Kabaddi, an ancient Indian contact sport that has gripped the country. The hometown fans were duly rewarded …and more » cricket – Google News

Follow all the live updates from the 3rd ODI between India and New Zealand at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium … – Times of India (blog)

Follow all the live updates from the 3rd ODI between India and New Zealand at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium … – Times of India (blog)

Times of India (blog) Follow all the live updates from the 3rd ODI between India and New Zealand at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium …Times of India (blog)"It's actually good for us that Dhoni is batting up the order," Amit Mishra told reporters a day before the third ODI at the PCA Stadium on Sunday. […]

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