The Cricket Paper: Lord of the Flies – Entrenching the hierarchy

 

• A version of this article was originally published in The Cricket Paper on 30 March 2018. To access the original, and to subscribe to my weekly column, please click here.

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The Cricket Paper: Ireland can take a lead from New Zealand

 

• A version of this article was originally published in The Cricket Paper on 23 March 2018. To access the original, and to subscribe to my weekly column, please click here.

The Cricket Paper: This sporting life – How T20 reflects the lure of the private sector

 

• A version of this article was originally published in The Cricket Paper on 16 March 2018. To access the original, and to subscribe to my weekly column, please click here.

The Cricket Paper: Is it time we stopped trying to make our sporting heroes role models?

 

• A version of this article was originally published in The Cricket Paper on 19 January 2018. To access the original, and to subscribe to my weekly column, please click here.

The Cricket Paper: Behind the scenes – women in county cricket

The business of sport is dominated by men.” Clare Connor, director of England women’s cricket at the ECB and the only female member of the ICC’s Cricket Committee, wasn’t spouting feminist opinion when she made this statement, merely a simple truth. The Women’s World Cup is just around the corner and with reports of record ticket sales, the state of the women’s game on the pitch is arguably in a healthier state than ever before. But what of those off it?

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