The Summer Game

<This article first appeared in sloword.wordpress.com. Given the abject surrender by England yesterday, I thought it may be pertinent to read what I had written almost a year ago. You can read the original here> I read this article by Jonathan Agnew and was struck by it’s smarmy tone. As an apology for Peter Moores‘s … More The Summer Game

How to bat

Your way through this blog. It’s really very simple. Check the offside menu (if right handed) or leg side menu (if left handed). All posts are categorized as either: Opinions: Where I talk about radical new ideas for improving the game, selling it in new markets, provide personally viewpoints on players, rules, administrators and other … More How to bat

Saving the ODI

Continuing the earlier post about T20, inspired by this analytical article. In recent years the ODI has been threatened by T20. (if you don’t know what either of those two terms mean, you can stop reading now, for none of the following will make any more sense. However, you can use Google to find out, … More Saving the ODI

Cricket and T20

I just read this very numbery article. If you’re not into statistics and numbers you’re going to be quite numb at the end of it. However, if you’re not into statistics can you truly call yourself a cricket aficionado? Hmm? Clearly Mr Date knows his data well and there are some interesting and clear indications … More Cricket and T20