Derbyshire skipper Billy Godleman has missed cricket as much as the rest of us, but now he’s looking to put a smile on people’s faces with the bat in his hand.
Our man reveals what life is like on the training ground as cricket gets used to its new normal.
New Middlesex skipper Stephen Eskinazi has been charged with reviving Middlesex, starting with a humdinger against Surrey. It’s a far cry from when he was told he had no future at the club, as he tells The CC.
“I’m very hungry to build a case and keep proving people wrong."
> Jamie Porter
World-beating off-spinner Simon Harmer loves nothing more than performing in front of his home crowd. Here, he talks local lingo, defying the odds, and returning to international cricket.
Berkshire are a team in form and with records firmly in their sights. Here, director of cricket Danny Hall and Richard Morris explain how they’ve dominated, and how they plan to continue to dominate for the foreseeable…
On a winning streak and in peak physical condition when the pandemic struck, Essex’s Jamie Porter is back at work and desperate for August to come as he looks to secure another England call-up.
Leicestershire’s new commercial director Sean Jarvis wants to help the Foxes break the mould, rebuild, and lead once more.
"After the darkest night, there is always a brighter day."
> Babar Azam
The Hundred has the potential to match the WBBL and deliver huge gains for the women’s game, and those lucky enough to play in, says high-performance consultant Trent Woodhill.