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…
• Peter Hayter says the hole left by Ben Stokes was always likely to prove too big for England to fill.
• It’s nurture not nature for the rising stars of the game according to Isabelle Westbury.
• Adam Collins speaks to Wisden editor Lawrence Booth and history-making cover star Anya Shrubsole.
• Alison Mitchell on why the umpires’ soft signals are so vital to cricket.
• Paul Nixon on why the reported new County Championship Conference system will help grow the game.
• Marcus North believes Australia will be victorious in the upcoming series in South Africa.

Also…

Rabada and Ngidi : Neil Manthorp on South Africa’s bright new dawn after Ngidi stars in second Test.
Will the Ganguly-Chappell saga ever end? : Sourav Ganguly gives a fresh account in his new book.
The world’s best T20 bowler : The figures which prove Afghanistan leggy Rashid Khan is one of cricket’s hottest properties.