Martyn Corrin - ARTICLES

February09

A Man Adrift

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Kevin Pietersen Ashes Urn

As England celebrated the 2013 Ashes victory, one man wandered the outfield alone. It was a sign of things to come for Kevin Pietersen.

July09

Why My Country Will Win The Ashes

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ashes_2013

After two and a half years of waiting, another Ashes series is upon us. They will come thick and fast from here onwards but for now all eyes are on England (and Wales). They are friends a lot of the time but come what may, Martyn Corrin of England and Cameron Burge of Australia are fierce and parochial opponents of one another as they seek glory for the their respective home nations in cricket’s ultimate series.

February12

Cricket Web Forum World Cup

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Do you want your chance to play in the Cricket World Cup? At the Cricket Web forums, one of the moderation team is running a simulated competition for forum members. All is explained here.

December12

Hot or Not?

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Ashes Logo

A look at the 24 players who have featured in the 2010-11 Ashes so far, and the level of their performances thus far.

December07

#Ashes on Twitter

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Twitter

In the wake of England’s thumping victory over Australia in Adelaide, I decided to head over to Twitter to see what the tweeting part of the cricket community thought about the monumental triumph. Because we’re so kind here at Ashes HQ, I’ve decided to share a few.

December02

Johnson’s Axing Boosts England

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Mitchell Johnson

It’s a good job the first two tests are back-to-back as cricket message boards across the web were chocker full of over-analysis in the aftermath of Monday’s drawn test. Most of the discussion, in particular in Cricket Web’s Ashes Forum, centred around wondering which side had the momentum following the game. Was it England after easing their way to 517-1, was it Australia after showing they could get England out cheaply, or indeed after Ponting’s impressive innings in the dying overs? Valid points can be made either way so we won’t dwell; if you haven’t got an opinion on that it’s probably for the best, and in a few hours time it won’t matter anyway.