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Dean Wilson on cricket: Four reasons why you should head to Wales for your cricketing fixCan we love Cardiff? Tickets for the Champions Trophy in June have flown off the shelves. It took just half an hour for the tickets to the much anticipated India v Pakistan match on June 15th at Edgbaston to sell out. The Kia Oval is also ready to play host to bumper crowds as cricket takes centre stage this summer. But what of Cardiff? The ground that lurches from the sublime (a nerve jangling draw against Australia in 2009) to the ridiculous (failing to pay their fee on time to the ECB and having a Test taken away from them in 2012). Sales so far for match in Cardiff havent been great but here are four reasons why you shoul11选5彩票的玩法 d go and watch some international cricket there if you can: High class cricket – West Indies v South Africa on June 14th just screams excitement. Big shots and quick bowlers in a high octane match, while England v New Zealand on June 16th should determine the semi-finalists. Perfect place to celebrate – No city hosts fans ready to celebrate or drown their sorrows better than Cardiff. The Millennium Stadium has given them plenty of practise. Transport is not a p
roblem – The ECB have struck up deals with train companies and coach companies to make travel to and from the games easier. Services are being laid on so you can get to and from London in good time. English cricket needs Wales – The game is richer for visiting as many parts of the British Isles as possible and the welcome you get in Cardiff is something to experience. Youll not be treated better at any ground up and down the land. Visit Were testing a new site:Th
is content is coming soon or call 0844 249 2013 for tickets. The gentlemans game Ahead of the new domestic season each county has held their press day to get through a raft of interviews and build up interest and excitement in their team and the competitions. Last Monday it was Middlesexs turn and as expected they put on a good forum for us to talk to the players. In high demand was James Harris following his big move from Glamorgan to the capital. Here was a player who was courted by every county in Division one before making his decision. It is enough to turn anybodys head, but there wasnt a trace of
it. Much is expected of him and he is tipped for great things, but instead of a player rea
dy to believe the hype, sat before us was a charming, engaging, polite, erudite, witty and thoughtful cricketer. Those who know him will expect nothing less Im sure, but just like it was when talking to Joe Root or Steven Finn for the first time, there is something heart-warming about meeting good players who are clearly good people. Happily cricket has more than its fair share of those. All about the trophies Treasure trove: The 17 trophies up for grabs this summer - from the playground to the Test arena (Image: ECB / The Ashes Urn is a registered trade mark of Marylebone Cricket Club) For those of you who thought the only cricket taking place this year was the Ashes (and maybe perhaps the Champions Trophy) think again. There are actually 17 major – well use that term loosely shall we – trophies up for grabs this year for men, women, boys and girls and dont they look smart. Whats the most any cricketer can win this season? I reckon it is nine, by Joe Root. If England win every series and the Champions Trophy and Yorkshire do the treble, that makes eight, plus a quick visit back to Sheffield Collegiate for their Club T20 knockout win for good measure. Although according to some in the England dressing room the youngster looks like he might also qualify for the Yorkshire Bank Under 17 County Cup too. So lets make that 10! KPs air rage A quick glance into the inner workings of the England team came courtesy of twitter the other day in an exchange bet
ween Tim Bresnan and Kevin Pietersen after the latter slammed British Airways repeatedly to his followers. Pietersen has had a gut-full of the airline in recent months over a mixture of problems and vented his anger on the social networking site. Ever quick to spot an angle for banter, Bresnan suggested that Pietersen might be in trouble with uncle Phil for his comments. This is of course Uncle Phil Neale who is in charge of team fines especially on twitter. Neale might not tweet himself, or even have any time for the latest mode of communication, but he knows when a player needs to dip into his pockets and in this regard he has been a very busy man of late.