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.
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.
It’s time to do away with some of the block formats and avoid the extremities of summer, the Secret Cricketer believes that the current situation lends itself to a restructuring of the national game.
The west country can’t wait to welcome back Babar Azam, and for the Pakistan ODI captain, the feeling is most definitely mutual…
With the first Test against the West Indies announced to take place at Hampshire, Groundsman Simon Lee is preparing a pitch for an event of which all eyes will be on his work…
With village and club cricketers returning to the nets, and the First Test set for July, our secret cricketer is asking why county cricketers can’t train too.
Danni Warren and David Thorley are doing their bit to ensure regional women’s cricket has a bright future and continues to pave a clear pathway for the best talent to thrive.
Worcestershire’s Pat Brown on social distancing, injury rehab and dreaming of a packed crowd for the T20.
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.