Ashes 2009 – First Test Day 3: Australians bat on, and on

Back in 2009 the first Ashes test was played in Cardiff. Peter Flynn reported on a strong Australian batting effort on Day 3, whilst contemplating which watering hole the Boonies might choose.

Ashes 2009 – First Test Day 2: The Australians fight back

The First Test of the 2009 Ashes series was played at Cardiff. Day one saw England bat impressively. John Harms took up the action on Day two.

The Ashes 2015 – First Test, Day 4: Australia rooted, England stoked

And so it came to pass that England rolled Australia on Day 4 in Cardiff (Wales). Sean Mortell recaps the mystifying goings-on ahead of Lord’s on Thursday.

The Ashes 2015 – First Test, Day 3: Wickets tumble in a batsman’s test

Sean Mortell reviews Day 3 of the First Ashes test, where England took control and plenty of wickets fell in a Test which Sean believes has been dominated by the the batsman.

The Ashes 2015 – First Test, Day 2: Man of the Match: The Weatherman

Sean Mortell reviews Day 2 of the First Test in Cardiff and he concludes that the man of the match so far has been the Cardiff weather.

Torture with a sprinkle of youth: Ashes 2015 Day One Review

Sean Mortell reviews Day 1 of the 1st Ashes test in Cardiff. In particular, Sean points out that the Aussies may not be as invincible as everyone thought.

Cardiff Test – England v Australia, Day 1: Cymryd eich eiliadau (take your moments)

A life, a game, is comprised of moments.

Cardiff Test – England v Australia, Day One: Dizzy’s done us in!

Ashes Test cricket is back. Watching Yorkshiremen pile on the afternoon runs, Joe Moore has cause to wonder about the influence of our beloved JN Gillespie.

Where in the world is P. Flynn now?

Here’s the evidence that he’s been at Wimbledon…but will he make it to Cardiff?