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11 of the most excited Ashes reactions ever

Ah the Ashes, probably the greatest sporting series, has brought us joy, despair and some very restless nights sleep in recent years. After the 5-0 drubbing down in Australia in 2013/14, England are ready to rally round, dust themselves off and get stuck into Michael Clarke’s ageing number one test side. 564 more words

Cricket

Bookers Break Booke Batting

Southwold saw off a strong Brooke side as they continued their unbeaten run in the Norfolk Cricket League in what was their tightest game of the summer. 565 more words

Match Reports

Essex CCC v Australia Day 4 - Event 88

When I collected my tickets for Australia’s visit to the County Ground I was very hopeful that I’d be able to spend a good part of my Saturday watching them in action. 722 more words

#365SportingDays

Footballers try to break the longest ever game of football!

Leading on from our argument that cricket is the best sport ever invented, some footballers in Scotland are trying to break the record for the longest 11-a-side game. 39 more words

Bbc News

An Open Letter to John Dybvig and all the old school coaches

Dear All esteemed coaches who have coached longer than I have been alive,

My attention today was brought to a certain article, or opinion piece, by John Dybvig on my lunch break. 1,041 more words

Coaching

New Playing Conditions Come Into Effect For Tests, One-Day Internationals (ODIs) And Twenty20 Internationals

The new playing conditions for Tests, One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) have come into effect with the series between Bangladesh and South Africa, which started in Mirpur earlier today (Sunday, 5 July). 592 more words

South Africa

5 players to watch in the Ashes

James Anderson (ENG)

England’s all time leading test-match wicket taker with 403 wickets always performs in the key tests. Depsite getting older, now 32 and being left out of the recent One day side, Anderson will be the main man leading the England attack and will certainly be up for the challenge. 250 more words