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David Saker: ‘Crazy’ that Edgbaston has no Test match in 2013 or 2014

England bowling coach David Saker believes it is ‘crazy’ that Edgbaston will not a host a Test match in 2013 or 2014, despite a new £30million redevelopment of the South and West Stand. The ground boasts a new state of the art Indoor Cricket Centre, some of the best changing rooms in world cricket and … Continue reading

Underarm Incident: History re-written in funny advert

On 1st February 1981, when Australia was playing New Zealand in a One Day International cricket match, the third of five such matches in the final of the Benson & Hedges World Series Cup, the black caps required six of the final ball to tie the game. In order to prevent this, Australian captain Greg Chappell … Continue reading

Shrewsbury National Club Champions

Ed Foster led his Shrewsbury team to victory with an unbeaten 98  in the National Club Championship final against Cambridge Granta at Derby’s  County Ground. Watch highlights from the match and an interview with the captain after his  team were named national champions. Boundary Magazine will be speaking to the victourious captain soon to find … Continue reading

Friends Life T20 – Most Memorable Moments

They call it Mango Moments, but we just call it the most memorable plays of the season from the Friends Life T20 tournament. We see some big hitting, some unbelievable catches, some sensational fielding and the odd comical moment. Enjoy this season’s best Twenty20 moments – fittingly topped off by a hand-handed stunner by Paul Nixon … Continue reading

Australian team funny advert

Before the 2010/11 Ashes, the Australians made a series of adverts for their main sponsor Vodafone and the result was a short numer of entertaining cricketing adverts – and for me to complament the Australians is saying something. In this edition, the team decides to make a rain effected game more lively, and by accident, they … Continue reading

Chris Gayle takes Brett Lee apart

Here we look back at some memorable cricketing moments, this time we look back to the 2009 ICC World Twenty20 and Brett Lee is about to begin his over to one of the most destructive batsman ever to live, Chris Gayle.

Training Days – With Stuart Broad

Who says International Cricket was a full-time job? Not only is the Nottinghamshire paceman leading the England bowling attack while on Test and ODI duty, but the 25 year-old has been given the honour of leading his country on the Twenty20 stage. And he stil manages to find time to film an advert for Maximuscle where he had … Continue reading

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