Monthly Archive:: October 2009
ANOTHER brewery has launched a beer with a cricket theme. This time it is the former England and Yorkshire fast bowler Fred Trueman who is being honoured by a new real ale by Copper Dragon in Skipton.
BEN COX, the Bromsgrove School wicketkeeper, has signed a four-year contract with Worcestershire as his meteoric rise into the professional game continues. Cox, 17, scored 61 in the championship match against Somerset at Taunton on his county
THE DEATH from cancer of David Shepherd at 68 has shocked the cricket world and left a void only four seasons after his retirement as an international umpire. He was such a familiar figure, with his portly
THE Surrey managing director Gus Mackay has acknowledged there is a gap between his county and the clubs, but he feels he was misunderstood during the recent chaotic league dinner at Sandown Park. Mackay, cricket director Chris
YOUTH fast bowlers will be permitted to bowl more overs per spell from next summer so that they can develop “match-winning habits” after the ECB announced a change of policy today, but the maximum overs per day
THE India Under-19 left-arm spinner Gagandeep Singh was killed by a stray bullet during a shooting in a kebab shop at Meerut, about 50 miles north of New Delhi., on Oct 9, according to reports from India.