Changing the boundaries: Girls and Cricket April 24, 2020
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by katie malkinson onAs a child, Test Match Special was the soundtrack to my summer, and watching cricket on the village green was my weekly spectator sport. I’ve watched England play cricket in Australia. I’ve watched them win test matches as well as lose many. I’ve been very lucky to witness many memorable cricketing moments and now I share my passion with my son who lives for...