Dom Friel recaps an exciting summer of Test cricket.
Where to start? Perhaps with Tyson Fury who in late November stunned Wladimir Klitschko to become WBA, IBF and WBO heavyweight champion of the world. Enigmatic as ever, Fury – at his Everest – serenaded the world with Aerosmith’s “Don’t Want To Miss A Thing” and in a year of upsets, shocks and glory, who would?
Image Credit- The Telegraph The sporting year began in spectacular fashion for England Cricket, who clinched their first Ashes win Down-Under since 1986/7 with an innings defeat of Australia in Sydney. The result clinched a […]
Following the Baggy Greens’ humiliation at Trent Bridge, it was the turn of the Southern Stars to salvage some pride as they faced England’s women at Canterbury in the sole Ashes test. Australia opted to […]
ENGLAND Women made a vibrant start in their quest to win a third consecutive Ashes series as they defeated Australia by four wickets in the opening one-day international. The Lionesses impressed with some resolute bowling […]
Love him or hate him, its time to accept, barring some miraculous or humiliating u-turn from the English Cricket Board, the Kevin Pietersen saga and his swashbuckling international career is over. As we look forward […]
YES – Ste Topping Should Kevin Pietersen have been sacked by England on the basis of the recent tour of Australia alone? No. It’s difficult to make a case for any England player making a good […]
The amount of negative press that Stuart Broad has been given, it was bound to come back to haunt Australia and after day one of the first test in Brisbane it certainly has. Labelled by the Courier […]
Jack Fairs Matthew Hoggard, the former Yorkshire and England swing bowler, has announced his retirement from cricket. The Leeds born 36 year old played 67 times for his country at Test level, taking 248 wickets […]