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Great Ashes predictions of our time.

Submitted by Rick Eyre on December 9, 2013 - 12:03pm

I have never been a great tipper of sporting results. I can go years without picking the complete weekend's round in the footy tips contest. With that in mind, and to make it easier for you to mock me in perpetuity, I present my prediction for the 2013-14 Ashes, as made on the day before the First Test:

Cricinfo at 20ish: CricInfo365 at 15

Submitted by Rick Eyre on July 17, 2013 - 12:12am

Today, July 16, is the 15th anniversary of the first edition of CricInfo365 - the daily news email service of CricInfo, then a joint venture with Direct Network Publishing (later 365Corp). I was its creator, editor, and in those early days, its full-time staff of one, and worked on about a thousand editions (through a name change to CricInfo Daily) until August 2001.


The MCC World Cricket Committee meets in Dunedin

Submitted by Rick Eyre on March 3, 2013 - 12:11am

There's nothing binding about the thoughts emanating from the MCC's World Cricket Committee. It's a group of eminent cricketers (and umpire) having a brainstorm twice a year, and that can't be a bad thing.

A world cricket committee: The MCC's own think tank

Submitted by Rick Eyre on March 2, 2013 - 1:55pm

The Marylebone Cricket Club, the one and only MCC to those not living in Melbourne or working for Microsoft, has come a long way in the past couple of decades. One of the higher profile innovations by the MCC in recent years was the establishment in 2006 of its "World Cricket Committee", an independent think tank of past and present players and umpires.

Review of a Second Year of the Big Bash League

Submitted by Rick Eyre on February 12, 2013 - 11:37pm

Cricket Australia decided that the way to capitalise on the old Big Bash Trophy's progress was to shift to a model that copied elements of both the Indian Premier League and soccer's A-League when neither was necessary.

My reflections on the popularity and impact of the second season of the Big Bash League are the subject of my latest column for iSportconnect. The complete article can be read at


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