July19

Four years in the making

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England's men's team lift the World Cup Trophy for the first time in history

At the end of an eventful and ultimately successful World Cup for England, Glen looks back at the progress they have made over the past four years

July02

Goodbye to Tres

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Marcus Trescothick

Martin claims to have been a young man when Marcus Trescothick set off on his professional career, which is reason enough for him to feel some sadness at the decision to call it a day after more than a quarter of a century

July02

Not Bad for a Club Cricketer – Marcus Trescothick tames the Proteas

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Marcus Trescothick

When most England cricket fans think of 2005, their thoughts turn immediately to the great Ashes series which took place during the British summer of that year. However, in the preceding South African summer, Marcus Trescothick gave us a taste of things to come in Johannesburg. In Masterly Batting, author James Mettyear recalled the events leading to what the creators of that book determined to be the seventh best Test century of all time, and CricketWeb is proud to feature that essay in its entirety.