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The Cricketer Magazine

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The Cricketer is the world’s best-selling magazine, covering match reports, latest scores, upcoming matches and players’ score history. Whether you're a cricket critic or just enjoy the sport from the stands, The Cricketer magazine is the go-to publication to stay up-to-date with cricket news, interviews with past and present players, and engaging and insightful analysis of the hottest matches.


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August 2024 India captain Rohit Sharma clutches the T20 World Cup trophy on the cover of the August issue of The Cricketer magazine. George Dobell reviews the tournament. Also in the issue: • Jarrod Kimber says England’s struggle with spin was key • Dobell hails Jonathan Trott, the coach of Afghanistan • David Gower gives his thoughts on dealing with media criticism • We spend a day in the life of the BBC’s Isa Guha • Vic Marks says counties are still desperate to win the County Championship • Paul Edwards goes to Canterbury Week, and Kent v Lancashire • Sharmila Meadows says it is time for red-ball heroes to stand up • Tanya Aldred writes about the innings of 243 by Louis Kimber • Tim Wigmore discusses The Hundred sell-off • Nick Howson says the women’s Hundred is luring Australia stars • Nasser Hussain says we have not seen the last of Ollie Robinson • Mike Selvey recalls Graham Gooch’s maiden first-class ton, half a century ago • Gooch takes tells Huw Turbervill why Lord Nelson is his hero • David Frith discusses his extraordinary collection of cricket autographs • Richard Hobson recalls the first T20I, England Women v New Zealand, at Hove in 2004 • Lea Tahuhu, the Kiwi quick, speaks to The Cricketer


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India captain Rohit Sharma clutches the T20 World Cup trophy on the cover of the August issue of The Cricketer magazine. George Dobell reviews the tournament.

Also in the issue:
• Jarrod Kimber says England’s struggle with spin was key
• Dobell hails Jonathan Trott, the coach of Afghanistan
• David Gower gives his thoughts on dealing with media criticism
• We spend a day in the life of the BBC’s Isa Guha
• Vic Marks says counties are still desperate to win the County Championship
• Paul Edwards goes to Canterbury Week, and Kent v Lancashire
• Sharmila Meadows says it is time for red-ball heroes to stand up
• Tanya Aldred writes about the innings of 243 by Louis Kimber
• Tim Wigmore discusses The Hundred sell-off
• Nick Howson says the women’s Hundred is luring Australia stars
• Nasser Hussain says we have not seen the last of Ollie Robinson
• Mike Selvey recalls Graham Gooch’s maiden first-class ton, half a century ago
• Gooch takes tells Huw Turbervill why Lord Nelson is his hero
• David Frith discusses his extraordinary collection of cricket autographs
• Richard Hobson recalls the first T20I, England Women v New Zealand, at Hove in 2004
• Lea Tahuhu, the Kiwi quick, speaks to The Cricketer
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Established in 1921, The Cricketer has been at the heart of the game for almost 100 years. Whether you’re an aspiring opener or prefer to reverse swing, you’ll find all the latest cricket news from worldwide competitions, interviews with players and fanatics, plus insight from cricket’s best-loved critics and much more.


The Cricketer expertly covers cricket across the globe, both at a club and international level, covering all major leagues, competitions and tournaments. Featuring authoritative journalism from the game’s most respected journalists such as the brilliant Mikes - Selvey and Henderson - and Barney Ronay. Each month’s edition promises to deliver all the latest news, stories and stats to keep you engrossed till the call of play.


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I have subscribed to the magazine since the nineties and I must say it is an excellent read - better than it has ever been - Simon Hughes is a superb editor!
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