The Cricketer

Serving as cricket’s independent voice since 1921, The Cricketer is the world’s number one cricket magazine.

A monthly publication producing unrivalled county coverage, entertaining interviews, and authentic thought pieces. Writers include Simon Hughes (TV’s Analyst), Simon Barnes (formerly The Times) and Lawrence Booth (Wisden).

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