A vast resource of cricket news, articles and statistics, the home of cricket on the Internet.

The charity which raises funds for blind cricketers, which you can join if you have been out first ball in any form of cricket.


The home-page for the institution that is Test Match Special, with news, views and podcasts from all the regulars, Aggers, Blowers, Boycott,  Vaughan, et al, plus some much missed past greats remembered - the dear departed CMJ, Bill Frindall, Trevor Bailey, Brian Johnston and John Arlott.

Although Cricket on BBC Television is a rare thing these days, the BBC’s Cricket website remains a good source of news, views, blogs, downloadable podcasts and scores.


The official web site for information about the late, great BBC commentator, who following his death in 1994 at the age of 81, was described by The Daily Telegraph as 'the greatest natural broadcaster of them all'.


Also includes information on the Brian Johnston Memorial Trust, a charity set up in Brian's name by his widow, Pauline, to help promising young cricketers in need of financial support to help fulfil their potential, and to support sport for the disabled, particularly cricket for the blind, a cause which Johnners championed for many years.



Since 1950, The Lord’s Taverners have been raising money to give young people, particularly those with special needs, a sporting chance.


The Lord's Taverners, which incorporates The Lady Taverners and the Young Lord's Taverners, is accredited by the England & Wales Cricket Board as the official national charity for recreational cricket.

 


'The Most Famous Cricket Club In The World' - the all-star World XI team, who play a number of charity games each summer, made up of ex-Test stars now captained by Phil Defreitas, an Ashes hero from until recently, the last time England won a Test series in Australia.  They also currently count among their ranks West Indies legend Gordon Greenidge, ex-England players Devon Malcolm, Martin Bicknell and Min Patel,  Australian all-rounder Ian Harvey, and Pakistan off-spinner Saqlain Mushtaq.

Cricket shop, located at the Dummer Cricket Centre, just outside Basingstoke.


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The English & Wales Cricket Board are the governing body for the sport in this country, and their web site covers all levels of the game from the Test side down to grass roots village cricket.  Also contains useful cricket resources such as the laws of the game, club and youth cricket directives and rules, plus the obligatory shop with assorted cricket merchandise and equipment.

Four years on from their Ivor Novello nominated debut album, Ducky and Lewis returned with  ‘Sticky Wickets’, a second album of perfect cricket pop.


The Duckworth Lewis Method are Neil Hannon from The Divine Comedy and Thomas Walsh from Pugwash.


(Also see the Videos page for one of their live performances).

The clubs new shirt sponsor.