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In this issue

STRIPPING AWAY THE EMOTION Why cricket needs Rabada’s passion

Liam lifts England as batsmen fluff lines

Emburey: We are not encouraging spin and the cupboard is pretty bare

Pringle: Administrators must do more to get kids into Test grounds

Windies Grateful For The Gayle Force

TOBY RADFORD has hailed the influence of Chris Gayle as two-time World Cup winners, West Indies, attempt to reach the finals in England next summer.

Windies Grateful For The Gayle Force

2 mins

Six Of The Best As England March On

ENGLAND rounded off their one-day winter with a ruthless victory against New Zealand at Hagley Oval to add this series win to the 4-1 triumph they gained in Australia back in January.

Six Of The Best As England March On

2 mins

Whitaker & Co Picked Too Many Nearly Men

James Whitaker is a decent bloke whose efforts to help find the right players for England were tireless. But it is one thing watching loads of cricketers play and another thing entirely being able to see if they can play.

Whitaker & Co Picked Too Many Nearly Men

3 mins

Emburey: Time To Do Spinners A Good Turn

ENGLAND’S spin cupboard is bare – and John Emburey fears that re-stocking it may take a generation.  

Emburey: Time To Do Spinners A Good Turn

3 mins

Faithful Fans Must Never Be Taken For Granted

Test cricket still seems to fill grounds in England. Yet there is the uneasy feeling that the people who run it are taking that format’s core support for granted – a dangerous thing when you look at the acres of empty seats in South Africa as they play a top-of-the-bill series against Australia.

Faithful Fans Must Never Be Taken For Granted

5 mins

Khawaja Hunts For Redemption

Adam Collins speaks to Usman Khawaja as Australia look to bounce back in the third Test at Newlands

Khawaja Hunts For Redemption

4 mins

South Africa Are To Appeal Rabada Ban

Neil Manthorp reveals that the Proteas will point out inconsistencies when they try to reduce their star bowler’s penalty

South Africa Are To Appeal Rabada Ban

4 mins

Brilliant AB Finds Perfect Antidote

Adam Collins and Geoff Lemon analyse all things Australian cricket amidst a perfectly poised Test series in South Africa

Brilliant AB Finds Perfect Antidote

4 mins

Ross Is Taylor-Made To Tie Them In Notts

STEVEN Mullaney and Paul Franks were bouncing off the walls of their hotel room in South Africa last week as Ross Taylor caught fire in Dunedin.

Ross Is Taylor-Made To Tie Them In Notts

3 mins

Patience Is Key As Danni Grabs Opening Spot

DANNI Wyatt has been in the England set-up since she was 18 and after a productive winter, the Sussex opener insists she has finally found her place.

Patience Is Key As Danni Grabs Opening Spot

3 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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