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The latest blogs on the eagerly-awaited npower Ashes Series 2009 between England and Australia
Justin Goulding on 24 Aug
Comparisons with football seem de rigueur whenever cricket finds itself on the front pages as well as the back.
Such occasions are sufficiently r...
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npower Ashes Series 2009
Justin Goulding on 21 Aug
The king is gone! Long live the king!
A tad premature, I admit, but Stuart Broad could not have chosen a better time to show us he possesses the cr...
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Chris Devine on 09 Aug
With the result of the fourth npower Test all but decided after two miserable days, England finally gave the Headingley Carnegie crowd something to ch...
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...
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...
Justin Goulding on 03 Aug
If England fans were disappointed not to witness another Ashes triumph at Edgbaston, they saw the next best thing: a Michael Clarke hundred.
Justin Goulding on 30 Jul
We’ve heard the stories about players finding out they have been dropped via Teletext, and listened to them complain about non-existent phone calls fr...
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...
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