1. NFL High Five: The People Smiling Most After Week Two

    With all of the NFL’s Week Two games completed, it’s time to reflect on which players, coaches, and teams are going back to practice this week with the biggest smiles on their faces...

    Steven White Written by Steven White about almost 6 years ago 443 reads 10 comments

  2. Who Will Win The County Championship?

    England's summer of international cricket is now long finished; Sussex have won the pro-40, Essex have taken the Friends Provident Trophy and the Twenty20 cup happened...

    Steven White Written by Steven White about almost 6 years ago 561 reads 2 comments

  3. Michael Vaughan No Longer the Right Man to Captain England?

    Michael Vaughan will go down in history as one of England's greatest batsman and their greatest captain. Vaughan has notched up 26 wins since he was appointed captain in 2004, the most ever for an England skipper...

    Steven White Written by Steven White about 6 years ago 387 reads 11 comments

  4. Matthew Hoggard Disrespected by England Selectors

    For the second test between England and South Africa at Headingley, the England selectors (in their wisdom) called up Nottinghamshire seam bowler Darren Pattinson to replace the injured Ryan Sidebottom...

    Steven White Written by Steven White about 6 years ago 274 reads 3 comments

  5. Is Lord's England's Worst Test Cricket Venue?

    Lord's is perhaps the most famous cricket stadium in the entire world. Everybody knows Lord's. They know the grand old pavilion, the space age media centre, the slope, the MCC members sporting their yellow and red stripes...

    Steven White Written by Steven White about 6 years ago 550 reads 4 comments

  6. England Cricket: What Have They Learnt So Far This Summer?

    With the first half of England's summer of cricket now complete, it's time to reflect on exactly what England have learnt in the games against New Zealand: 1...

    Steven White Written by Steven White about 6 years ago 344 reads 6 comments

  7. Cricket: England Have Only Themselves To Blame for Defeat

    On a horrible, gloomy day, England and New Zealand served up a miserably turgid game to match the weather. England won the toss and elected to bowl on what was quite clearly a bowlers ...

    Steven White Written by Steven White about 6 years ago 243 reads 1 comments

  8. Twenty20 Cricket Is Rubbish

    This week saw the English county season descend into antics of Twenty20 cricket. Introduced by the ECB to the domestic calendar five years ago, Twenty20 cricket has become the most widely watched and most lucrative form of the game...

    Steven White Written by Steven White about 6 years ago 683 reads 7 comments

  9. Cricket: England One Day Problems: The Middle Order

    The middle order of England's batting lineup has been a constant problem for the Test side in recent months, and there's every chance that it will remain a problem in the upcoming one day games...

    Steven White Written by Steven White about 6 years ago 410 reads 0 comments

  10. Cricket: England's One Day Problems - The Openers

    Yesterday, Michael Vaughan's test side sealed an expected series victory over New Zealand. A Black Caps series win was not ancitipated and, had they won, Vaughan's reign as captain would have ...

    Steven White Written by Steven White about 6 years ago 365 reads 5 comments

  11. Cricket News: Simon Jones and His Bowling Crusade

    In 2005, England won the Ashes for the first time in twenty years, not because of an indestructible batting lineup, but because of the best pace bowling attack in the world...

    Steven White Written by Steven White about 6 years ago 454 reads 3 comments

  12. Cricket: The Game Of James (Anderson)

    There is not a single bowler as frustrating as England's James Anderson: on his day there are few in the world who are as dangerous or as good to watch. The problem is, his day only crops up once every few months...

    Steven White Written by Steven White about 6 years ago 491 reads 2 comments

  13. England's Middle Order Equation: Paul Collingwood + Ian Bell = Disgrace

    10 days ago, the world laughed as the woefully short of form Paul Collingwood and Ian Bell managed to edge and block a slapstick 45 runs against the Kiwi's, taking England to a six wicket victory...

    Steven White Written by Steven White about 6 years ago 310 reads 2 comments

  14. Cricket: England's Ian Bell - For Whom Does the Bell Toll?

    For a number of years now, Ian Bell has been an untouchable member of England's batting lineup. Praised for his wonderful technique and classical style at the crease, he backs this up with a solid average of 41...

    Steven White Written by Steven White about 6 years ago 444 reads 2 comments