Cricket Weekly #20: CRICKET IS BACK, NasservKey2 and Plunkett’s American Dream

Cricket Weekly Returns Again and as it brings cricket back with it. This week really discusses a surprise country leading the way in cricket’s return, England’s selection dilemmas and Liam Plunkett’s American Dream.

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Cricket Weekly #19: #QuarantineCup Begins, IPL Suspended and Counties Cut Overseas Players

In the 19th edition of Cricket Weekly , Riley Taylor takes us through the latest results from the #QuarantineCup, what is happening to the IPL and ow counties are cutting deals for overseas players.

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Cricket Weekly #18: Stokes the Best in the World, Wisden Awards and #QuarantineCup

In the 18th eidtion of Cricket Weekly, Riley Taylor brings us the latest news despite a global pandemic, including Ben Stokes being crowned ‘Leading Cricketer of the World and the #QuarantineCup.

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Cricket Weekly Column #16 We’re Back!

Cricket Weekly is back! In the 16th edition of Overtime’s cricket column, Riley Taylor takes a look back at the past six months to see what we have missed.

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Cricket Weekly Column #15 Ashes Fifth Test Recap

Tweet Welcome to the 15th edition of Overtime’s Cricket Weekly Column, where we look at the week’s biggest stories and games. This week, we look at what happened at The Oval during the Fifth Ashes Test with England looking to tie up the series after Australia retained the urn at Old Trafford. What happened at Old Trafford? Old Trafford was a low point in what has been otherwise a superb English summer of cricket as Australia retained the Ashes for the first time in 17 years. After being on such a…

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Cricket Weekly Column #14 Ashes Fourth Test Recap

Tweet By Riley Taylor (@rileyttaylor21) Welcome to the 14th edition of Overtime’s Cricket Weekly Column, where we look at the week’s biggest stories and games. This week, we look at what happened at Old Trafford during the fourth Ashes Test with the series now wide open after the miracle at Headingley. What happened at Headingley? It was appropriate that there was a two-week gap between the Headingley Test and the Old Trafford Test as it would give England fans a chance to recover from a two-week hangover from one of the…

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