Hello and welcome to Boundary!

We know as England fans that it is very difficult to be upbeat at the moment after their dismal showing in the UAE, but don’t panic, not yet anyway. Forget the batting horror show that is the England middle order and bring some enjoyment back into your cricketing life by picking up our new cricket magazine aimed at bringing you the lighter side of the game.

In our debut edition we go on safari, figuratively speaking, as we chat to new England Lion Boyd Rankin – and he gives us an unique insight into life on tour with the England boys.

In our very first Big Interview, we gave former England Test star Ashley Giles a visit as he spoke in depth about his career, and tells us about the time he almost gave it all away.

We hear from England’s fast-bowling coach David Saker and take a long distance phone call from Worcestershire legend Graeme Hick as he reveals his new life to Boundary.

With the new season now almost upon us, finally, we hear from Richard Jones and Alan Richardson as they preview the year ahead before they go back to school and take part in a quick pop quiz.

Andrew Hall is in captain’s corner, Chris Wood dishes the dirt on his teammates and we go beyond the rope with Ian Bell, all during the middle order slog.

So forget England’s torturous tour to the UAE, relax, pick up a copy and enjoy reading our debut edition while strolling around the boundary.

Thank you and enjoy.

Boundary Magazine – March 2012 Edition



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