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Cricket Mourns Phillip Hughes

After the tragic death of Australian Phillip Hughes, the global cricket community has been in mourning. In fact it goes further than that, as participants of many other sports have also got involved in the put out your bats tributes. A well liked and respected young cricketer, with a bright future ahead of him, has been taken away from us by a

Hoping We've Heard The End of KP vs The Bowlers

English cricket has been dragged through the tabloids in recent weeks, with Kevin Pietersen's claims of being bullied in the England dressing room, and counter claims and argumenst by numerous teammates past and present. In a situation like this we're unlikely to ever find out the truth, and it might not even be a case of who's right and wrong -

Australia Fail Away From Home Again

Pakistan completed a 2-0 series win against Australia as the baggy greens lost yet another test series away from home. It's their 10th defeat in their last 14 games overseas, and their woes on their travels must be good news for England ahead of the next Ashes series. England will of course be desperate to gain revenge for the whitewash in the

Welcome Back Jonathan Trott

England were able to recall Jonathan Trott back into the England Lions squad to tour South Africa this winter. From a personal point of view as an England fan, it's fantastic news and I'm welcoming him back. Trott has been out since leaving the ill fated Ashes tour after the first test, citing a stress related disorder. Evidently he's been able to

Cricket Amateur League Outlook

I’m not really sure how I feel about playing cricket this season. Last year, I was extremely gung ho about getting into the New Jersey scene having spent the previous summer in England. In the winter of 2009, I ran 3 miles a day and lifted weights four days a week in preparation to play a full season of club cricket on Saturdays and

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