Posts Tagged ‘ECB’

My Ashes Pick

September 8, 2010

As a blog writer I will admit I read very few blogs (I know), but one blog I tend to always read is that of Oliver Brett on BBC Sport and when I recently read his Ashes Pick and I realised it is just over 8 weeks until England’s tour of Australia to defend the ashes begins in earnest.

Don’t worry we’ll have another 3 weeks down under before the first test begins in Brisbane. After reading his informative blog, it made me wonder;

Who would make my 16 man squad for the test series in Australia?

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Is David Saker England’s Secret Weapon?

July 11, 2010

England cricket is experiencing a change in fortune over recent months, as the post-ashes slump appears to have refrained from happening like it did back in 2005.

This time around ‘team England’ have gone from strength to strength, having respectably drew a test series in South Africa, won the ICC T20 World Cup and defeated the Aussies in a pointless one-day series recently.

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The Futures Bright, The Futures Eoin

June 30, 2010

In a week when the English media and sports fans in general are questioning the hunger, skill and desire of the nations footballers, thankfully the cricketing equivalent within the English game are glowing with continued success.

On the back of the World T20 Victory, England (at the time fo writing) have a unasailable 3-0 lead against our greatest cricketing rivals, Australia, in the five-match, one-day international series.

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From Bangladesh With Answers

February 22, 2010

Following a reasonable performance in South Africa, the England cricket team head to the sub-continent for an intriguing tour of Bangladesh.

I say intriguing for this tour more than most, has many questions for England to answer

But the ultimate question is; Will England return from Bangladesh with all the answer to the questions been asked? I somehow think not.

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Dawn Of A New Era

October 9, 2009

When the England squads for the forth-coming cricket tour of South Africa were announced yesterday I for one breathed a sigh of relief followed by a renewed optimism ahead of the tour.

Although the tour does not commence for another month or so and the all important test series not beginning until mid-December as a cricket fan I have more optimism than usual.

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My Ashes Review

September 2, 2009

I decided to take a week or so to reflect on the events of this summers ashes series in England. Now I feel after celebrating an English win and listening to all the opinions offered that I can give an honest and fair review.

It was a great series but overall it was not on a par with the 2005 series we experienced in this country.

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