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In this issue

Tom Harrison - ECB chief executive speaks out as the Ashes post-mortem begins.

Big Bash - All the action as the tournament gets into full swing..

Cook's Magical MCG Masterclass Lifts Ashes Spirits At Last - How Did We Ever Doubt Him?

RENAISSANCE man Alastair Cook was relentless, remorseless and utterly ruthless as he compiled his highest score on Australian soil to put England in a position of total dominance in this fourth Test.

Cook's Magical MCG Masterclass Lifts Ashes Spirits At Last - How Did We Ever Doubt Him?

3 mins

Days Like This Show What A Tough Cookie He Really Is!

Peter Hayter says he is not surprised that Alastair Cook found the inner strength to prove his doubters wrong

Days Like This Show What A Tough Cookie He Really Is!

4 mins

Late To The Party But Old Boys Still A Threat

The Ashes may have gone, but for the first time in the series England’s senior players turned up in force during the early part of a Test match to put Australia under pressure.

Late To The Party But Old Boys Still A Threat

4 mins

Swann: Captaincy Is Holding Root Back

GRAEME SWANN believes Joe Root’s batting potential is being stymied by the Test captaincy.

Swann: Captaincy Is Holding Root Back

3 mins

Cook Has Doubters Eating Their Words

Adam Collins says it’s about time that Alastair Cook got the respect he deserves from critics Down Under

Cook Has Doubters Eating Their Words

3 mins

Resurgent Gubbins Is 'Next Cab Off The Rank'

FOR much of a previously troubled winter it seemed that the perennial search for a partner for Alastair Cook at the top of the order would soon be superseded by a frantic need to unearth a replacement for the man himself.

Resurgent Gubbins Is 'Next Cab Off The Rank'

2 mins

Rookie Bess With England In Sights

Somerset spin sensation Dom Bess tells Jeremy Blackmore just how much playing for the England Lions means

Rookie Bess With England In Sights

4 mins

It Was Even Music To An Aussie's Ears As Barmies Serenaded Cook Revival

Adam Collins and Geoff Lemon, our Aussie journo double act, pay tribute to England’s marathon man

It Was Even Music To An Aussie's Ears As Barmies Serenaded Cook Revival

4 mins

Health Not Helped By Staying In Hotel

Graeme Fowler tells Richard Edwards that players should be allowed a drink, but that the culture has changed

Health Not Helped By Staying In Hotel

3 mins

Roy Looking To Turn Poor Form Around

JASON Roy knows he must rediscover his form ahead of England’s white-ball series against Australia after an inconsistent opening to his Big Bash season.

Roy Looking To Turn Poor Form Around

2 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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