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…

• Derek Pringle on what counties can do to prevent any more Adil Rashid or Alex Hales scenarios.
• Sam Northeast on why Hampshire won the race for his signature.
• A look ahead to England’s ODI series in New Zealand.
• Isabelle Westbury on why it’s so important to not lose all the momentum that has been gained in women’s cricket following last summer’s victorious World Cup.
• Paul Edwards chats with David Ripley to find out the secrets to Northants’ success.
• Jack Leach is having success with the Lions – but knows he has to be patient if he’s to receive an England call-up.
• Tim Wigmore suggests recent comments from England coach Trevor Bayliss shows the game needs major changes.
• Minor Counties players are still on the radars of first-class counties, says TCP columnist and Leicestershire coach Paul Nixon.

Plus…

Worcestershire batsman Daryl Mitchell on how little has changed for the players despite a change in coaching staff after promotion AND Warwickshire director of sport Ashley Giles on why he has been drumming the significance of playing for the county into his players.