The Cricket Paper

The Cricket Paper

Treat yourself and/or your family & friends to a weekly copy of The Cricket Paper and earn Stoke funds.

The Cricket Paper is the UK’s only all cricketing weekly newspaper covering matches from around the world, from elite level to local domestic cricket, with articles from leading voices in the industry.

Read the latest from the cricket world as well as the usual features, news, exclusives and much, much more.

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

• England get their Test series up and running against South Africa. Reaction from day one at Lord’s.
• Despite only playing in two ODIs in the last 18 months, Stuart Broad tells Chris Stocks he is determined to play at the next World Cup.
• Peter Hayter on why it’s time to enjoy the second coming of Alastair Cook.
• Tim Wigmore on the four major causes that show a lack of strength in depth in the touring South Africans.
• Six pages of Women’s World Cup news, features, reports and scores.
• Saj Sadiq speaks to Junaid Khan, one of Pakistan’s Champions Trophy heroes, who benefitted from the confidence given to him.
• All the reaction from another thrilling week of County Championship action, where Somerset shocked Yorkshire.
• Derek Pringle rues the lack of festival cricket in the modern game.
• Derbyshire’s 16-year-old sensation Hamidullah Qadri on his whirlwind start to County Championship cricket.
• Preview of the Blast as well as looking back at a record-breaking One-Day Cup final.
• Stephen Thorpe previews the latest autobiography of Mike Proctor.
• News and results from around the country in afour-page club cricket section.