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The latest blogs on the eagerly-awaited npower Ashes Series 2009 between England and Australia
Rob Barnett on 09 Aug
“Where are your seats, mate? We’re in block E. Just look out for the pair of us in black and white stripes,” I began.
“Can’t see you, mate. Where e...
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npower Ashes Series 2009
Paul Marshall on 07 Aug
It may not have been Friday the 13th, but today’s opening day of the fourth npower Test at Headingley Carnegie was one of the most bizarre and frantic...
Mike Gatting on 24 Jul
Even as a spectator, I got wobbly knees when Straussy went out for the toss at Cardiff.
As a player, I remember thinking about the game the night b...
Rob Barnett on 11 Jul
England have it all to do on the final day at Cardiff. Two hundred and 19 runs in arrears with eight wickets in hand, they must bat with greater appli...
Russell Staves on 24 Jun
We pretend we don't like them much but there is no denying that Australia are the hottest ticket in town.
They might have performed disastrously in...
Rob Barnett on 11 Jun
For the second time in little over two years, Ireland have gatecrashed international cricket’s elite party.
Having upset a Test-playing nation in t...
Rob Barnett on 09 May
England began the Ashes summer as they mean to carry on. Their 10-wicket demolition of West Indies at Lord’s could only have been more emphatic had th...
Tom Fuller on 04 Mar
England have just scored 879 runs in drawing the fourth Test against West Indies in Barbados.
Five thousand miles away, Australia are taking the fi...
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