2019 Cricket World Cup – Australia v England: An incomplete yet resounding victory

Australia managed to out-class England in a blockbuster World Cup clash at Lord’s, as Sean Mortell reviews the encounter and what Australia got right.

2019 Cricket World Cup – Australia v West Indies: Restoking old rivalries

Sean Mortell reviews Australia’s last gasp win in their second match of the 2019 cricket World Cup against the dangerous West Indies.

Almanac Book Review: Ruling The World, The Story of the 1992 Cricket World Cup.

Ahead of the 2019 Cricket World Cup, Luke Reynolds reviews “Ruling the World, The Story of the 1992 World Cup” by Jonathan Northall, from a time when one-day cricket really did rule the world.

Almanac Cricket: Player Spotlight – Ireland’s Captain William Porterfield

Neil Drysdale talks to Ireland cricket captain William Porterfield ahead of the upcoming ODI series in Dublin against Sri Lanka, and in wake of the ICC’s announcement of a possible two division Test league featuring extra teams such as the Irish.

Reducing Cricket World Cup Nations limits game development

Neil Drysdale questions the ICC decision in reducing the number of competing World Cup nations

Grand Final – West Coast v Hawthorn: Paranoid android

Sometimes appreciation comes creeping. Sometimes a doubt always remains. E.regnans on Hawthorn; game plan, recent history, the 2015 Grand Final, and the idea of appreciation.

Who’s a Minnow Now?

Qualifying for the 2019 Cricket World Cup just got interesting according to the Footy Bogan. Oh the irony!