Cricket

The B Team

9 March 2008 8:52

After the great success of the first installment of our alphabetical cricket teams, it’s only natural that we move on…

Live-blogging Ohio, Texas and, er, Hamilton…

4 March 2008 21:18

The internet is all about niche, right? It’s clear to me that there’s an as yet unfilled opening for a…

The A Team

2 March 2008 11:40

It’s late on a fiercely cold evening with the rain lashing and the wind howling down the Yarrow valley. Obviously,…

Adam Gilchrist

28 January 2008 19:52

So farewell, Adam Gilchrist. Norm marks his retirement with all the right links: You may not know him from Adam,…

This will definitely hasten regime change in Havana

20 December 2007 3:59

And while we’re on the subject of cricket, here’s the latest madness from the United States: Cuba have been blocked…

Taking the Reductio ad Hitlerum to absurd lengths?

20 December 2007 3:39

A shocking teaser from Arts & Letters Daily: Hitler, Stalin…and Abdul Qadeer? Who is he and why might anyone want…

England in Sri Lanka; Pakistan in India

27 November 2007 2:50

Cricket Housekeeping: 1. Since this post making the case that Shane Warne is, indisputably, a greater cricketer than Muttiah Muralitharan…

Bowling, Shane!

9 November 2007 21:44

Warning: Cricket blogging! Via Norm, I find that The Guardian asked Phil Simmons and Gary Kirsten to debate the question,…

In search of a Golden Age…

28 September 2007 20:06

When I saw that The Atlantic had a feature on “The Greatest Sports Book Ever Written” in its October edition…

The Days When the Composers Took on England’s Finest.. And Other Halcyon Times of Yore

14 August 2007 7:33

Americans or, for that matter, anyone unfortunate enough to know little about – and worse, care nothing – for cricket…