Ryan Higgins wants to play cricket, any cricket. And as rugby players are now allowed to train despite being furloughed, Ryan’s asking why cricket players can’t do the same….
The CC believes cricket could start as early as August 1, with a back-up plan scheduled for August 27.
Huge strides are being taken when it comes to tackling those with mental health problems in sport, and as Mind’s Hayley Jarvis explains, Marcus Trescothick must take a huge amount of credit for opening the door…
Hampshire chairman and pharmaceutical company owner Rod Bransgrove on the immediate future of county cricket and finding a vaccine for COVID-19.
Saliva has been banned on the cricket ball as cricket looks to futureproof itself against the coronavirus, but Keith Barker and Lewis Gregory are unsure of the consequences.
Worcestershire’s Pat Brown on social distancing, injury rehab and dreaming of a packed crowd for the T20.
The national counties game is paving the way for players to step up to first class cricket, and Dom Bess believes we could see more follow in his footsteps at international level.
The wait goes on for the introduction of The Hundred, but Birmingham Pheonix’s Andrew McDonald believes the delay will be worth it, and that the format will one day rival the IPL.
With county cricket facing an uncertain future, Durham chief executive Tim Bostock shares his thoughts on how cricket can rise again, any why county cricket fans should continue to be optimistic.
Julius Cowdrey has survived COVID-19 and now wants to do his bit to help the NHS… and now other cricketers are rallying round to support his song: Frontline.