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Jake Perry

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Jake Perry is a freelance cricket writer. He writes regularly on Scottish cricket for Cricket Scotland, CricketEurope and CricIndex and has contributed to ESPNcricinfo and All Out Cricket. Twitter: @jperry_cricket Facebook: Jake Perry Cricket

17-Mar-2017 Cricketing heroes

Cricketers can inspire like no one else, especially those who justify their place on the pedestal.

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17-Mar-2017 Sreesanth hopeful for Scotland move as ban is challenged

The former India quick has challenged his lifetime ban in High Court after all criminal charges were dismissed.

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20-Jan-2017 Big Bash slip-up inevitable in TV age

It is inevitable that something will slip when players on the field chat with their buddies in the commentary box.

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16-Jan-2017 Sreesanth looks to Scotland for comeback

After his ban from playing in BCCI tournaments, S Sreesanth now might play in the Scotland League. Will BCCI give him the permission?

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14-Dec-2016 Will Chennai bring down the curtain on Cook’s captaincy?

A question mark has been left over the future of England’s captain. With the vultures circling Cook’s captaincy, Root is likely to be his successor.

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06-Dec-2016 Keaton Jennings is ready to show his worth to England

Haseeb Hameed's replacement was the top scorer in Division One of England's 2016 County Championship.

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18-Nov-2016 Mohammad Shahzad deserves a bigger stage

Afghanistan's wicket-keeper is undoubtedly the most charismatic player in Afghan cricket history.

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15-Nov-2016 A fascinating start

England outplayed India at every point in their first Test, showing great promise.

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07-Nov-2016 Cook and Rashid key to England’s chances in India

While Cook's presence is reassuring, Adil Rashid needs to perform for England to have a shot.

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07-Nov-2016 Can England finally solve their opening batsman conundrum?

Despite the renaissance English cricket has undergone since 2015, one problem still remains for them.

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