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Cricket Paper Magazine

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Cricket Paper Magazine

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40 issues per year.
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Current Issue

36,  released 11/09/2023
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PLEASE NOTE that The Cricket Paper is now on a winter’s break and will return in March 2021 for the new cricket season.

Coverage of cricket from club to test level. The Cricket Paper is an exciting new publication that offers a newspaper style weekly look at cricket from the grassroots through to the very top.

Inside each issue you’ll find top-quality reporting, views and opinions from established journalists alongside columns from current and recently retired players. It covers both the world of international cricket – with a particular emphasis on England – and the English domestic county game, featuring full reports of every match played at those levels, far beyond the usual tiny paragraph in the back of the sports pages. The Cricket Paper also covers the game at the club and university level, meaning that if you play yourself you might even find yourself in there!

Buy a single copy of CRICKET PAPER or a subscription of your desired length, delivered worldwide. Current issues sent same day up to 3pm! All magazines sent by 1st Class Mail UK & by Airmail worldwide (bar UK over 750g which may go 2nd Class).

Cricket, for a while, was something golden. In the immediate post-war years people flocked to see county matches, filling out grounds such as Lord’s and the Oval for the derbys between Middlesex and Surrey. Then the crowds slowly seemed to peter out, as people left to follow football, this decline seemingly interrupted only by the spikes in interest that accompanied the 1981 and 2005 Ashes series, Botham’s and Freddie’s.

Well, the common phrasing of ‘two men and a dog’ to describe the attendance at county matches couldn’t actually be more wrong. Membership of clubs is on the rise and more and more people are going to see the games being played – in no large part thanks to the thrill a minute game of Twenty20.

The county game, finances aside, is in a really strong position. England are (currently) the number one test side in the world, and this couldn’t have come about without a fantastic first-class set up at domestic level. It’s high time that cricket in England got a newspaper style publication dedicated to bringing you all the latest news and views from this most gentlemanly of sports. Cricket is the true sport of our great nation – after all we are all for fair play, and when something goes against this it really just isn’t quite cricket, is it? Support the game by taking an interest in it at all levels, and there is no better way to do this than with The Cricket Paper. NB


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