A gradual but inevitable descent into cricket-based loathing and bile.

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Just the sight of them relaxing is enough for any Englishman to reach for the brown underpants.

Classic Series Review: West Indies vs. England 1994

As the West Indies and England prepare to go head to head we look back to when the series was actually vaguely interesting.

No Comments | April 13, 2015 | | Classic Series | Tags: , , ,
By this stage, there seemed to be Akai Singer parties in the UK on every street.

Classic Series Review: Akai Singer Champions Trophy 1997

Remember when England led the world in ODI cricket? Then you must be pretty old granddad!

1 Comment | March 16, 2015 | | Classic Series | Tags: , , , ,
Super Series trophy

Classic Series Review: 2005 ICC Super Series

One of the great series. That no-one ever talks about.

No Comments | March 10, 2014 | | Classic Series | Tags: , ,
Great things were afoot.

Classic Series Review: Memories Of The 2006/7 Ashes Vol. 2

Another epic series, only this time with more Saj Mahmood.

No Comments | July 8, 2013 | | Classic Series | Tags: , , ,
On the plus side, it did give the players two days to enjoy the very best that Yorkshire had to offer.

Classic Series Review: Memories Of The 2006/7 Ashes Vol. 1

In another look back at the past, Editor Steve forced each of our writers to talk about their memories of the 2006/7 Ashes. First up: Nichael.

No Comments | July 7, 2013 | | Classic Series, Opinion | Tags: , ,
We'll just leave this picture here.

Classic Series Review: 2009 Ashes

Remember the 2009 Ashes? We remembered some bits of it, but then luckily we were allowed to look at the scorecards before writing 2,000 words about it.

c Panesar b Udal - one of the great fielder-bowler combinations.

Classic Series Review: India vs. England 2006

A series short of massive scores or incredible bowling figures, but high on drama and excitement.

No Comments | November 11, 2012 | | Classic Series | Tags: , , , , ,
The future Mr Liz Hurley shakes the hand of the future Mr Jessica Taylor.

Classic Series Review: 2005 Ashes, Part Five (The Oval)

England were 2-1 up with one to play. Bet you can’t guess what happened next?

1 Comment | October 26, 2012 | | Classic Series | Tags: , , , , ,
Jones the ball

Classic Series Review: 2005 Ashes, Part Four (Trent Bridge)

The Chinese, Vietnamese, the Korean and the Japanese are superstitious about the number four because it is a homonym for “death” in their languages. The fourth game of the 2005 series wasn’t far off backing that up.

No Comments | October 25, 2012 | | Classic Series | Tags: , , , , ,
That bugger was still working his magic years later

Classic Series Review: 2005 Ashes, Part Three (Old Trafford)

With the series level at 1-1, both sides headed to Manchester with ASHES FEVER in full swing. Either that or being so far North was bringing everyone out in a rash.

2 Comments | October 24, 2012 | | Classic Series | Tags: , , , , , ,