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PFC – April 2019

One-Way Traffic in the University Matches

Ian Marshall April 2, 2019 In what appears to be the first season ever in which the first-class summer has got underway before the clocks went forward, there was little change in the balance of power […]

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Chilly Finish to Warm-up Matches

Ian Marshall April 3, 2019 With the weather intervening on the final day in many of the matches, the second round of MCCU games mostly finished in draws, with the exception of the fixture at Headingley […]

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Rivals Launch An Early Bid

Ian Marshall April 9, 2019 With holders Surrey playing a friendly against Durham MCCU, the first round of the Specsavers County Championship gave an opportunity to six of their rivals to launch an early bid to […]

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Can we have the seam back, please?

Ian Marshall April 15, 2019 With an Ashes series at the end of the summer to look forward to, early-season form in the Specsavers County Championship is being eagerly scanned for tips as to who might […]

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Runs Galore as Royal London One-Day Cup Basks in Sunshine

Ian Marshall April 23, 2019 The Royal London One-Day Cup got underway on 17 April, the very early start to the 50-over competition, perhaps reflecting the low priority given to it by the ECB. Fortunately for […]

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The Development Game

Ian Marshall April 23, 2019 The news that next season’s 50-over competition will effectively be downgraded to a ‘development’ tournament, running alongside The Hundred, caused dismay to many cricket fans. In the ICC rankings, England are […]

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After the long weekend

Ian Marshall April 30, 2019 With the Bank holiday weekend over, the weather fell back to its more typical April status in the week after Easter. Tuesday’s fixtures saw remarkable similarities of outcomes at Birmingham and […]

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