Never has such a decisive England win caused so much speculation over selection for the next Test. Before the dust has even settled in Galle, anyone with an opinion has decried this week’s solid performance as a selector’s nightmare – how selfish of Keaton Jennings to finally score a century when we had all but … Continue reading England v Sri Lanka: First Test Round-Up
The ‘backstop’ exposed
For those of you here to read a gripping exposé of the dark forces at play in ensuring a hard Irish border is not formed in the event of a no deal Brexit, I am afraid you may be disappointed (and sorry for the clickbait). If, however, you find yourself here to unpick the sorry … Continue reading The ‘backstop’ exposed
Is Joe Denly the answer to England’s top order troubles?
‘There was a dream that was Rome. You could only whisper it. Anything more than a whisper and it would vanish, it was so fragile.’ – Gladiator (2000) As an avid proponent of Kent Cricket, over recent seasons the prospect of one of our players gaining that ever elusive Test cap has felt remarkably similar … Continue reading Is Joe Denly the answer to England’s top order troubles?
Why waste time writing about Cricket?
In a world of Trump and Brexit, where truth and reason seem as fragile as Keaton Jennings's Test career, it may seem odd that anyone should want to set up a blog less concerned with the European Debt Crisis than that of England's fast bowling options. Yet to the indoctrinated few who prefer to spend … Continue reading Why waste time writing about Cricket?