The Cricket Paper

The Cricket Paper

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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 look to restore some pride in the Ashes with Alastair Cook leading the way.
• Peter Hayter on why he’s not surprised former captain Cook proved his doubters wrong.
• Derek Pringle on the senior players finally standing up in Melbourne.
• ECB Chief Executive Tom Harrison speaks out as the Ashes inquest begins.
• A look back to when Phil DeFreitas did his best Diana Ross impression.
• Geoff Lemon and Adam Collins have “The Final Word” as the Barmy Army make themselves heard.
• Paul Nixon on why bowlers need to be prepared to cop the short stuff.

Also…

Derek Pringle : Changes coming to England set-up? Dividing coaching roles between the formats.
Peter Hayter column : “Cook needed a big knock but he has a precedent of overcoming long spells of poor form.”
Spin depth to grow : Derbyshire leg-spinner Matt Critchley on learning a lot with the England Lions alongside Mason Crane and coach Stuart MacGill.