The Cricket Paper

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Here’s a sneak peek at what’s in this week’s edition of TCP

• All the reaction from England’s T20 series loss in India.
• Derek Pringle analyses why Eoin Morgan’s men hit the panic button against India and fell into a spiral of self-destruction.
• Surrey’s 1952 title winners get the County Archive treatment from Paul Edwards.
• Peter Hayter on the other side of umpire mistakes.
• Swardeston CC are next to feature in our Club Spotlight. (Stoker Graham Tufts – picture on the right below presenting the ball, not receiving it! – used to play there, and his brother still does.)
• Richard Edwards looks back at England’s tour of Zimbabwe in 1996.
• Derek Pringle on the link between art and cricket.
• Adam Collins speaks to Clare Connor after the release of the 2017 KSL fixtures.

Tufts and Harkett

Tufty’s Stats
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