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How to pick the best cricket bat for your game?

For many of you cricketers, February signals a changing in the seasons just as surely as entering a different time zone: back to nets (BTN). Preparation for this ritual will depend on whether you spend winter oiling your cricket bat with affection or open your cricket bag, after months of fermentation, with a hazmat suit and considerable trepidation. It may… Read more →

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Yorkshire Pathways: Elite Junior cricket in Yorkshire

Since last October, Jim Love has been in post as the Yorkshire Cricket Board’s Elite Junior Cricket Coordinator. I talked to him recently about his role as well as the ongoing plans for junior cricket in Yorkshire. Jim comes with a substantial playing and coaching CV that includes two decades of first-class cricket for Yorkshire and coaching at all levels… Read more →

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How to get the best from cricket club insurance

At this time of year, secretaries and committee members are mapping out the year ahead and cricket club insurance inevitably falls under their remit. January is often when insurance will come up on the agenda at cricket club meetings with renewal dates ticking round and, in association with our partner ExtraCover Insurance, it felt the right time to offer some… Read more →

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Tom Kohler-Cadmore on cricket bats, power and mindset

Yorkshire County Cricket Club batsman Tom Kohler-Cadmore is on the phone and we are talking raw materials. Dynamic, destructive, a typical Kohler-Cadmore innings tends to take on a demonic look when you cast your eye over the scorebook. 6.6.6. A Pepsi Max(imum), you might say. Pepsi’s his nickname in case you were wondering…not just because he can make the bowler… Read more →

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Restrictions on overseas cricketers are damaging club cricket

The news that Frinton-on-Sea Cricket Club lost their appeal to a Tribunal of the Two Counties Cricket Championship (TCCC) over the eligibility of their Australian player, Blake Reed, could have far-reaching implications for club cricket. If you’re unfamiliar with the saga to date, it revolves around an Essex club defending the status of one of their players who specifically came… Read more →

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