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Thoughts on the Women's Ashes 2015

Many thanks to Women’s Sports UK for inviting me to contribute my thoughts on the Women’s Ashes.  Once I started I couldn’t stop!


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The Dentures Fall Out in Cardiff

England breezed to victory in the first Test in Cardiff. Root scored a wonderful hundred, our attack bowled with great skill and discipline, Moeen continued to show his critics what he is capable of and Cook out-captained Clarke, using attacking fields and rotating his bowlers in a way not dissimilar to Michael Vaughan in 2005. 1,031 more words


England v New Zealand 4th One Day International

Trent Bridge 17 June 2015

I was there (well for most of it – to be explained later).

What a great night.  I must admit it was my first day-nighter and I loved every minute of it. 512 more words


Racial Self-Segregation is Normal, Natural and Healthy

An article today in the Daily Mail asks what does it tell us about race in Britain today when football players separate themselves by race? … 371 more words

PODCAST: Roy Hodgson's England national team selection discussed

In a special edition of the MLSGB Podcast, host Zack Walford talks to Louis East, Ben Ashton, Jamie Ives and Lewis Addley about Roy Hodgson’s England national team selection for the upcoming fixtures in June. 27 more words


James Taylor Becomes New Captain of Englands ODI Team

3 महीनों में इंग्लैंड को मिला दूसरा कप्तान, टेलर को कमान…

वर्ल्ड कप 2015 में अपने खराब प्रदर्शन के बाद आलोचनाओं से जूझ रही इंग्लैंड टीम में बड़ी फेरबदल की गयी है। टीम की कमान युवा क्रिकेटर जेम्स टेलर के हाथों में सौंपी गई है। इंग्लैंड अगले महीने आयरलैंड के खिलाफ अपना अगला मैच खेलेगी। हालांकि नई वनडे टीम में पांच ऎसे खिलाड़ी शामिल किए गए हैं, जिन्होंने अभी तक कोई अंतरराष्ट्रीय वनडे मैच नहीं खेला है।


Go get 'em India!!

In the background is the radio commentary of today’s quarter final match India v Bangladesh at the MCG. There are some interesting emotions going through my mind at this rather impressive display by the Indian team in this World Cup tournament. 418 more words