Cricket Blog Deaths

I second Kridaya’s post on recent cricket blog deaths. We’ve lost The Corridor and Short of a Length in short time. So, if anyone out there has a cricket blog and would like to be included on my list, please let me know. Send me a note at duckingbeamers@gmail.com, or comment on this page. We need you now more than ever.

 

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13 thoughts on “Cricket Blog Deaths

  1. Russ says:

    Twitter is killing the quick comment… wouldn’t be a bad thing if twitter wasn’t so hard to track conversations on, or so limiting.

  2. NJ says:

    Would appreciate it if you included http://AlternativeCricket.com!

    Cheers!

  3. Nishant says:

    I write on cricket here batball2cricket.blogspot.com

    Though have to say after the World Cup a bit of cricket fatigue has set in.

  4. Check mine at myhistoryisinteresting.blogspot.com

  5. phaty says:

    A load of blogs are just awfully boring!

  6. The fact of the matter is that for most people it never goes beyond being an amateur pursuit and people need to make money.

    Sad but true.

  7. the concept of auctioning the players like “gladiators”.It reminds of the Roman Empire where men were sold to the bodders on the basis of their physical strenght.

  8. Mehul says:

    Check cricket info on techadda.in

  9. soccric says:

    check mine at cricketfootballandotherinfos.blogspot.com. It is still in its incipient stages but I plan to stick with it

  10. chrisps says:

    So far, in Declaration Game, I’ve written about: winning a trophy but missing playing against a Test batsman; losing streaks and why we’re poorer for their passing; being dropped, but not getting dropped. Coming soon: thoughts on Chris Tremlett, batting (dis)order and following cricket from afar in pre-digital days. Let me know what you think. chrispscricket.wordpress.com

  11. Navin Anand says:

    Cricketer from early 1980’s, represented Delhi Under 19’s for a couple of years. Played in the DDCA Div A League for many years, and university cricket for St Stephen’s College. I now live in England, play occasionally in the local village league, am a qualified ECB Level 1 Coach. Assit with coaching youngsters, when not playing, watching, writing, reading cricket. Business consultant by profession. Favourite teams India and England, with opinions on anything cricket.

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