Jos Buttler was lauded England’s ‘greatest white ball batsman’ after his scintillating century against Sri Lanka on Monday afternoon. Buttler’s
Graham Onions has spoken of his delight at being able to return to Lancashire following his appointment as full-time bowling
The Indian Premier League is nearing the crunch point in this year’s competition and there have been a number of
It was 7am on August 15, 2005, and thousands of expectant Mancunians were bustling their way down Brian Statham Way, eager to get through the Old Trafford turnstiles and discover how this compelling Ashes Test match was going to conclude.
‘The best batting we’ve had for some time’: Homegrown Lancashire bubbling up nicely for title tilt, says Chapple
Glen Chapple’s Lancashire embark on their latest County Championship campaign on Friday with the best chance of wearing the summer’s crown since their last triumph in 2011.
Three MM reporters – Alice Richardson, Sophie-May Clarke and Faye Brown – joined them at Lancashire County Cricket Club’s Old Trafford ground to try and find out what it is like for the thousands of people who are forced to sleep in the open each night.
In Alastair Cook, Haseeb Hameed has one of the best mentors possible according to Jason Gallian, and the former England opener is urging the talented youngster to take in everything he can.
‘Freakish’ is the only word Steven Finn could use to describe England batsman Jos Buttler, and the fast bowler thanks his lucky stars daily that facing the Lancashire man is a problem he is rarely fronted with.
We’ve barely clipped our wristbands and found our way to the VIP stands before we are greeted into Lancashire County Cricket Club by Dave Grohl titillating a sea of 50,000 adoring faces.
The former England international and one-day coach believes his squad are in a good place as they look to bounce back from relegation on the final day of last season.
England bowler Kate Cross has a clear vision of what women’s cricket needs going forward and if her words ring true expect 2015 to be a break through summer for women’s cricket.