This month’s issue is so teeming with cricket we’ve had to expand it: a 124-page monster of a magazine – the biggest we’ve ever done.
And the list of legends inside would make one hell of a team. Starting with the batsmen, we chart the lineage of great English run-makers: including exclusive interviews with Sir Geoffrey Boycott – the original run-monster – his young opening partner and now England’s batting mentor, Graham Gooch (who just turned 60) and his protege and current record-smasher, England captain Alastair Cook.
Elsewhere we have a drink with the potty-mouthed Aussie legend Jeff Thomson, run through the definitive career moments of one of the game’s great allrounders Sir Richard Hadlee, sit down for a chat with big Merv Hughes and ask Darren Gough our weird and wonderful 21 questions.
Meanwhile, behind the stumps, there’s England Women star Sarah Taylor – whose open interview sits amongst 16 pages on the upcoming Women’s Ashes, which runs through August in a canny new format.
The latest issue of All Out Cricket is available in WHSmith and all decent newsagents from August 8. Or for a splendid new subscription deal, click here, why don’t you?
Here are some choice cuts to whet the appetite… (more…)