West Indies

A Reason to Stay at Home

Understandably England’s cricket fans are feeling a little down at the moment. The Ashes have been lost, they are 3-0 down in the series and there are two tests still left to play, and their big name players simply have

Too Hot In The Kitchen? So Should Cook Leave?

Some of the best ideas and some of the worst too are aired over a beer. During the recent Perth Ashes Test Match when Alastair Cook failed again and England’s bowling was far from penetrating there were plenty who were

Losing to Win

“Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing,” is one of many quotes that are bandied about in sport. In fact motivational quotes about winning have become big business, either as posters, or in books complimented with great sporting photographs. It

Taking Their Eye Off The Ball

It is hard to imagine what Phillip Hughes’ family have gone through this past week as the inquest into the former Test cricketer’s death was carried out in Sydney. Hughes’s passing away on the cricket field following a blow to

Vale: Tony Cozier

There are some people whose voices become synonymous with sport. In cricket, for me, growing up in England it was Jim Laker and John Arlott, on moving to Australia it was Bill Lawry, and of course Richie Benaud. Harsha Bhogle

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