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The British Film Institute has cancelled its annual cricket exhibition after three decades. With the Ashes under way, is the game losing touch with its past?...The legendary England batsman, now in his late 70s, was no longer nimble. The right knee
In the postwar years of austerity there were few more attractive sights in English cricket than the Nottinghamshire batsman Reg Simpson. With a quick eye and the natural gift of timing he developed a back-foot technique that seemed to give him more
For instance, today is, officially, the fifth day of the fifth Investec Test at The Kia Oval being played between one team backed by Brit Insurance and another by VB, who will both leave the field in the afternoon for a Yorkshire Tea break...Since
It is the 60th anniversary tomorrow of England recapturing the Ashes at The Oval. Australia had held them for a record period of 18 years and 362 days. The country, already excited that year by the Coronation, the ascent of Everest and the only Derby
Just six months after the Yorkshire president ear-marked left-handed Alex Lees as a star of the future, the 20-year-old gave the Boycott's words further credence by becoming his county's youngest ever double centurion on a pacey pitch at Queen's Park.
Australia is in a sorry state at the moment that it doesn't know which way to turn The sacking of Australia's coach Mickey Arthur, the latest in sad misfortune for the Aussies, obscured what will probably turn out to be a much more significant piece
It has been fascinating to monitor the progress of the Pietersen saga on England's tour of India...Indeed, the impression is being conveyed that the entire episode was instigated and perpetuated by the media. The team are all pals together again and
He announced himself on the stage during a September afternoon almost a quarter of a century ago. Middlesex were in deep trouble in the NatWest Trophy final against Worcestershire at Lord's, a match that was a much bigger deal then than it is now. "
Not even Australia's cricketers have brought about such eye-opening moments for English cricket as the West Indies have done: firstly, and still most notably, at Lord's in 1950, when MCC members were as amazed as if England had been beaten by
Caption competition News in pictures On Facebook Sport blogs There is some concern in Germany that Bayern do not become guilty of underestimating Chelsea ahead o... Sheffield United are going to have to recover quickly from the disappointment of