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.
“There will still be that excitement when you’re putting that kind of player list together.”
> Andrew McDonald
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.
Record-breaking wicket taker Katie Levick doesn’t beat around the bush when it comes to divulging her thoughts on the game she loves, particularly when it comes to the advancement of women’s cricket.
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.
Paul Farbrace has experienced the highest highs cricket has to offer, but it’s county cricket that has given him his greatest memories, and continues to offer the greatest challenges.
Is closed-doors cricket the solution we need this summer? Dr Alex Bowmer, a research fellow at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, explains how it might work.
Covid-19 is providing uncertainty across sport, and county cricket is no different. In his first column, our classified cricketer reveals how players are coping, and what the future might hold.