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When I was a kid I was fascinated by a little-known story: How the UK’s largest city lost its last cricket match.

The story of Birmingham’s first cricket match, between the Birmingham Heat and the West Indies in 1895, is one of the most iconic moments in the history of the game.It was played on the opening day of the 1895-96 World Cup, and it became the first major match of the competition between the two countries.It’s […]

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How to watch the Ashes on Sky Sports – Ashes recap

The Ashes have ended and the Ashes have begun, and the cricket fans are back in the mood to watch.Here’s a look at what you need to know.The Ashes have concluded with Australia’s Test series victory over England and it is a win-win for the Australians and the fans.But there is one big question hanging […]

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How to be more cricket-loving and more human at the same time

Lankasari, who had to be treated for pneumonia after being struck by a pitch, has been batting and bowling since being taken off the field after just 24 overs of the ODI series in South Africa last month.Lankasara is not only batting and bowling in South African conditions, but he is also doing something about […]

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How Ashes and Ashes series will unfold in 2018

Ashes series in 2018: Will England win or lose?Will India win or loose?Will Australia lose or win?Will South Africa lose or lose.These are the key questions to ponder as the Ashes continue to take shape in England.

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Why is the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Association banning cricket?

By Mark O’Brien | 21 July 2018, 12:16:38The Trinidad and ofc Cricket Association is banning cricket for the remainder of the season, amid the death of former Test captain and former England batsman Gary Kirsten.Former England captain Gary Kirstan died on Friday at the age of 85 after a battle with cancer.TNCA president Kevin Naughton […]

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