Maybe they're not so bad, after all.
Yorkshire's Academy director Ian Dews joins the Badger to chat about whether England's success will bring new young players into the game.
“We got within about 10 yards and she came out. We thought ‘wow she is keen to meet us.'"
This *could* be the greatest Summer in English cricketing history... no pressure lads.
The old 'it's too easy for the batsmen' notion rears its ugly head again.
"There was disbelief at how a game of cricket after seven hours, eight hours can be a tie and still another tie,"
Scenes of a disheveled Joe Root with a beer in each hand were always going to be a longshot.
"I won't look back and say I redeemed myself - I'm an athlete and a cricketer and it's what we are paid to do,"
“If that commitment’s not there, then it’s time for him to think.”
"Increasingly you are under more and more pressure to be the man every time you play and that is a big burden."