The Cricket Paper
War of the worlds
THE PARADOX OF MIKE BREARLEY
JAMES PATTINSON AUSSIE PACE ACE LOOKS AHEAD TO ASHES
Hayter: It’s just wrong that Bairstow was rested
Pringle: Gayle is T20’s pin-up boy
Mitchell: Let’s have more female umpires!
Friendly rivalry is driving Wilson on
The week in Review! Ben Coad makes his mark
Bears in trouble
Dickie’s always put on a show for the game!
Roy set to turn his back on IPL Lions
‘Sendings off will just cause friction’
Amazed to play for England like my idol Thorpe
Let’s grow our home talents...
OVERSEAS POLICY NOT FOR ME...
New T20?No thanks
We were having a Blast....
Aussies go with raw pace
NEW FACES LIKELY AS ENGLAND BUILD
LIKELY ENGLAND SQUADS...
Parnell aiming to be the height of fashion for Proteas again
Ben and Tykes seek redemption on coast
Trego believes Tom is Abell to be skipper for a long, long time
Batty’s not so bullish but time already against Warwickshire
Irish duo back in the game to face England
Wagner is in awe of Cook’s work ethic
Guest and Chapman destroy Durham
Moores is definitely making Notts merrier
Mo ready to go again as Worcs shape up
Lively Liam is in the mood but Keaton has faith in Durham spirit
Worcestershire are no longer the new kids on the block, says Ed
Croft: We’ve got to work our way out of our frustrating beginning
Old boy Stevens shows no signs of slowing down for Kent’s cause
Preparing a cricket ground can NEVER be a science, so cut SCG SOME SLACK
Young Tom left in awe of Cook’s masterclass
Bears need to find feet...fast!
Stars in their eyes for Clark and Borthwick
Hampshire earn Franklin’s respect
COAD’S SUCCESS CONFIRMS VALUE OF 2ndXIs
Fallguy Luke leads Nottshomein style
Brown praise for ‘fantastic’ Kent
Raw pace gives Tongue last word
domestic game will miss out on khan
Kiwi invasion continues at Lord’s as Southee signs
They’re outsiders but don’t write off the tigers
leg-spin counters the big hitters...
Loughborough do it right but there are plenty of other issues...
The Cricket Paper - 2017-04-14
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