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In this issue

CAN’T BAT, CAN’T BOWL...

When Beefy tamed the Aussies in ’86

Pringle: There are just too many draws in County game

Manthorp: T20 Global League loss is a shocker for South Africa

Pakistan’s history boys heading to Emerald Isle Maiden Test looms in May

Bayliss All Set For A Warm Homecoming

THE Aussies are preparing to roll out the red carpet for Trevor Bayliss as he prepares to lead England Down Under this winter – but they’re warning him to expect another 5-0 thrashing.

Bayliss All Set For A Warm Homecoming

2 mins

It's An Uncomfortable Truth Joe, You have To Bat No.3!

Peter Hayter insists that the England captain must show his team’s intent by moving up to No.3 for the Ashes.

It's An Uncomfortable Truth Joe, You have To Bat No.3!

5 mins

SOS Given Finn Chance To Win To Prove He Can Still Be A MatchWinner

Derek Pringle questions the call-up of Steven Finn to the Ashes squad and has similar concerns for an ageing Stuart Broad

SOS Given Finn Chance To Win To Prove He Can Still Be A MatchWinner

3 mins

Keaton Confident He Can Flourish At Lancs

KEATON Jennings is hoping his move to Lancashire can take his game to “new heights”.

Keaton Confident He Can Flourish At Lancs

3 mins

Three-match ODI Limit Is Not Helping Game Evolve

Alison Mitchell says women should be encouraged to play as much international cricket as possible... in all forms

Three-match ODI Limit Is Not Helping Game Evolve

5 mins

From Top To Bottom, The Game Just Can Not Live Without Sidey

Guy Williams looks at what might be next for one of England’s most popular and successful performers in recent years

From Top To Bottom, The Game Just Can Not Live Without Sidey

5 mins

Lewis: People Knew Our Fate Before I Did

SINCE July last year, Durham have lost five of their most successful cricketers from their books. All of them had learnt their cricket through Durham’s academy, second XI and ultimately found ‘fame’ in Durham’s first team.

Lewis: People Knew Our Fate Before I Did

3 mins

Playing Overseas Fits The Bill For Sam And Spitfires

SAM Billings might have come under fire from Kent supporters for taking part in the IPL but after signing a new deal at the county, the wicket-keeper batsman is adamant he is a better player for his overseas experiences.

Playing Overseas Fits The Bill For Sam And Spitfires

2 mins

Survive The Early Blast And Cash In, England

As much as we try, we just cannot banish the memories of Mitchell Johnson tearing the England batting attack apart Down Under from four years ago.

Survive The Early Blast And Cash In, England

2 mins

Laws Give Mankad Back His Good Name At Last

Adam Collins is thrilled to note that one of cricket’s great anomalies has been addressed by the law-makers

Laws Give Mankad Back His Good Name At Last

5 mins

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The Cricket Paper Magazine Description:

PublisherGreenways Publishing

CategorySports

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyWeekly

The Cricket Paper is a weekly magazine that covers all aspects of cricket, from the latest news and features to match reports and opinion. It is published by Greenways Publishing and is available in print and digital formats.

The magazine features articles on a variety of topics, such as:

* News: The latest news from the world of cricket, from international matches to county cricket. *
* Features: In-depth articles on a variety of cricket-related topics, from the history of the game to the latest coaching techniques.
* Match reports: Detailed reports of recent cricket matches, from Test matches to Twenty20 games.
* Opinion: Articles on a variety of cricket-related topics, from the future of the game to the best batsmen in the world.
* Interviews: Interviews with leading cricket personalities, from players to coaches to administrators.

The Cricket Paper is a great resource for anyone who is interested in cricket. It is packed with information and analysis, and it is a must-read for any cricket fan.

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