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The Cricket Paper is back – and here’s what features in TCP #332

The Cricket Paper is back – and here’s what features in TCP #332

Check out what features in the first TCP of 2020 - on sale Sunday August 2nd!

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Somerset’s shortcomings a thing of the past for optimistic Josh Davey

Somerset’s shortcomings a thing of the past for optimistic Josh Davey

“We are in a good position as a squad to push for the Championship and so it’s really frustrating that this year that has been taken..

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The Cricket Paper returns August 2!

The Cricket Paper returns August 2!

Our award-winning cricket coverage will be back next month for the Bob Willis Trophy and England's series against Ireland

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‘No egos at Essex’ – Tom Westley talks Cook, ‘Tendo’ and his new role leading the Eagles

‘No egos at Essex’ – Tom Westley talks Cook, ‘Tendo’ and his new role leading the Eagles

Essex's new leading man speaks about his England hopes, drawing on an experienced dressing room and Dan Lawrence...

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Are India any closer to solving their middle order problems?

Are India any closer to solving their middle order problems?

It has been just over a year since India suffered that heart-breaking loss to New Zealand in the World Cup semi-finals, but memories of..

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The Cricket Paper returns August 2!

Our award-winning cricket coverage will be back next month for the Bob Willis Trophy and England's series against Ireland

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‘No egos at Essex’ – Tom Westley talks Cook, ‘Tendo’ and his new role leading the Eagles

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Fabian Cowdrey: ‘England dream was hard to let go but I’m in a much better place’

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Jon Lewis: England’s next great coach?

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Somerset’s shortcomings a thing of the past for optimistic Josh Davey

“We are in a good position as a squad to push for the Championship and so it’s really frustrating that this year that has been taken away" - Davey

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From dark days to England recognition – Brydon Carse interview

The Durham quick on mental health, growth spurts and making the international grade.

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England newbie James Bracey enlists help of Trescothick

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‘I want to make myself indispensable’ – Matt Parkinson on England, Rashid and breaking the leg-spin mould

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