The 3rd test match at Old Trafford belonged to Stuart Broad and rightfully so. He starred with both bat and ball as he dispelled any doubts on his world class ability. To put the icing on the cake, Broad became only the 7th bowler to have 500 hundred test wickets and hence putting him in… Continue reading A tribute to Kemar Roach
Finally! Cricket is back and running! It has been a long time coming but personally I think ECB and the WICB have made the right decision at the right time. With the news that the 1st of August will mark the start of the delayed county season and recreational cricket returning on the 11th of… Continue reading Previewing the upcoming England vs West Indies series
I think most of you would have clicked on this article having no idea what this has to do with cricket and I don't blame you. The title I have given has disclosed absolutely no evidence whatsoever that this is an article about cricket but before I explain, I need you to cast your mind… Continue reading Opposites attract and likes repel
Today is the start of a new series of blogs which I call "Reading with Rahul". In this series of blogs I will be reviewing cricket books straight after I read them which means this will be dependant on my reading speed (don't worry, I am quite fast!) . These cricket book reviews range from… Continue reading Reading with Rahul: The barefoot coach.
In this article, I will be talking about what I miss most about cricket. Feel free to express your opinion on what you miss most about cricket in the comment section below. As society stops for the coronavirus pandemic, we have realised that we ache for the things we usually take for granted. When I… Continue reading The joys and wonders of fast bowling
In lockdown, we have all sought after new things to do and watch. For those Netflix subscribers reading this, the last dance has been more than worthy of binge watching. This gripping series goes into the Chicago bulls dressing room and finds out what happened behind the scenes in the bull’s pursuit for a 6th… Continue reading The traits of necessary evils
Nathan Lyon stood at the top of his mark. It was the 3rd Ashes test at Headingly and Ben Stokes and Jack Leach had converted a fruitless chase to a chance to create history. England had the chance to get back into the Ashes. The atmosphere was buzzing in anticipation and energy as the crowd… Continue reading Its decision time!