The Ashes 2013 returns to Trent Bridge, 8 years after the 2005 English cricket heroics which clinched a nail-biting 3-wicket victory over Australia which set up long awaited Ashes Victory. The Fourth Test of the 2005 Ashes Series Test at Trent Bridge was widely regarded as one of the greatest ever cricket tests with thrilling… Read more »
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And so the English home cricket season comes to a somewhat sombre end, albeit with a final high, and it’s safe to say our cricket corporate hospitality guests have seen one of England’s most interesting season’s. England have been replaced at the top of the Test rankings but moved to the top of the ODI… Read more »
The top two Test sides face in each in the first of three matches this Thursday at The Oval. However it’s not just the top Test ranking that’s at stake. The prestige of being regarded as the best bowling attack is also on offer with both sides containing fierce seam-bowlers. It’s a series full of history and one that looks set to be an absolute classic!
We give another brief round up of England’s progress in 2012 and cast our eyes forward to 2013, now that the ECB have released England’s international home fixtures. New Zealand first, followed by the ICC Champions Trophy and finally the Ashes.
England kicked off their home international fixtures in good form this May but that hasn’t stopped a lot of people debating whether the team is being managed correctly. Many are asking should England field a full strength team or should we develop the squad?
Many of you may have see the superb documentary Fire in Babylon since it first aired in 2010 or perhaps more recently as Channel 4 showed it last week. For those that haven’t though we recommend you watch it as soon as you can, especially if you plan on attending one of the England fixtures… Read more »
Despite a disappointing World Cup in 2011 England have had perhaps one of their best ever years for international fixtures, providing our hospitality guests with world class displays to go with their cricket hospitality packages! Their 4-0 whitewash of India in this summer’s test series ensured England were convincingly crowned the number one test team… Read more »
England’s recent exit from the Cricket World Cup can be partly blamed on the exhausting winter tour the England Team have just finished, after all no-one could deny they didn’t look jaded against Sri Lanka Saturday. But could the fault lie in-part with Andrew Strauss? Indeed Michael Vaughan believes it’s time for change after stating… Read more »