In the latest issue of All Out Cricket, out on August 3, we celebrate England’s dramatic World Cup win and a game-changing tournament for women’s cricket in the UK and beyond.
We also speak exclusively to England new boys Tom Westley and Dawid Malan just moments after their Test call-ups and mark The Oval’s hundredth Test match by asking a selection of the game’s finest writers to pick out their favourite moment at the famous ground.
Elsewhere, we have a bumper Performance section, with Jos Buttler revealing the secrets behind the most innovative technique in English cricket and World Cup winning captain Heather Knight sharing some expert batting tips. Plus Aggers goes under the lid.
The magazine is out on Thursday August 3. You can find it in WHSmith, Asda, Nisa, One Stop, McColl’s or Spar, or you can buy it direct from us here.
A few teasers…
“One observation, shared on social media, sums it up neatly: an office of bankers, busy and going about their important business, stopping everything to huddle around a television for the final over of a women’s cricket match.”
Isabelle Westbury reflects on a captivating tournament, an unforgettable final and a new identity for women’s cricket in the UK and beyond
“So that‘s what it feels like to get called up to play for England.”
Phil Walker shares a special moment with Tom Westley, as he and Dawid Malan join England’s Test ranks
“You’re almost best off going in that kitchen and practising flipping a pancake!”
Jos Buttler offers some unusual tips as he reveals the foundations of his innovative technique over four pages
“‘Oo’s grav’lin’? Oo’s grav’lin’ now, you bean! You long runner bean, oo’s grav’lin’?'”
Simon Barnes recalls the chatter towards Tony Greig in 1976, as part of our celebration of The Oval to mark its 100th Test
And much more…