What’s in The Cricket Paper: 30/07/23


Australia may have retained the Ashes but the final test is poised to be another classic, and you can find all the action in this Sunday’s Cricket Paper.

Derek Pringle, Phil Walker, Jo Harman and James Wallace report on the men’s Ashes Test at The Oval, with Australia hoping to win a series outright in England for the first time since 2001 after they retained the urn at Old Trafford.

That washout produced plenty of talking points, and The Grumbler give us his take as controversy rages about reserve days and flexible playing hours.

As the Ashes end, The Hundred begins and we have all you need to know about the men’s and women’s sides ahead of the competition.

Darren Stevens relives his One-Day Cup win last year as the 50-over competition kicks off at the same time, and Mel Farrell is off to Edinburgh for the World T20 Qualifiers

As the County Championship takes a month-long break, we have the latest match reports and standings, and coverage from what looks set to be a sodden weekend of club cricket up and down the country.

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