“Magnificent Malan”

By Andrew Watson / December 15, 2017

There are 100’s in Test Match cricket and there are 100’s. No two are ever the same. Whilst, the batsman…

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Watching the Ashes – the spectator’s view

By Andrew Watson / November 24, 2017

The greatest cricketing show on earth. Probably ? If not, it is arguably the one which is eagerly awaited more…

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“A Day at the Cricket” – Observations from the final County Championship match of the season at Lords

By Andrew Watson / October 4, 2017

The County Championship has a certain charm about it, as if from a bygone era, with a tradition and a…

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“Drama, delight and despair” – an unforgettable week in English cricket. A cricketing essay.

By Andrew Watson / October 2, 2017

It is often said that a week is a long time in politics, yet rarely in cricketing circles. However, the…

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Glorious Draw

“A Glorious Draw”

By Andrew Watson / July 19, 2017

Can a draw be glorious? Is it possible? Or is it a misnomer, are they just two words that simply…

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“Follow The Leader” – 18 January 2017

By Andrew Watson / June 19, 2017

Do you remember the game ? It is more than likely that images from your childhood will come flooding back…

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