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Date added: 03 Mar 2017 5 of the Best Websites for Cricketers

There are lots of websites out there for cricket players and fans. This terse list seeks to isolate which sites and blogs you should keep track of for coverage, equipment, entertainment, and opinion.


1.    ESPNcricinfo.com

ESPNcricinfo is the world’s most popular cricket website and for good reason. Founded in 1993, this wholly owned subsidiary of ESPN Inc. includes news, live ball-by-ball coverage of all international matches, journalism, and in-depth analysis of every international and first-class cricketer in the world. It also has a pretty good App for iPhone and Android.

There isn’t a stat from the history of cricket you wouldn’t be able to find on this page. If you’re searching for that elusive nugget of information for your fantasy team, blog, or bet, this is the place to go.


2. Cricket.com.au

This go-to website is a production of Cricket Australia. For anything to do with cricket in Australia, this is the destination. Whether it is live viewing, highlights packages, upcoming fixtures or team and player info, this site has it all.

If you’re an Optus customer you are also eligible to get access to exclusive content with a Cricket ID.


3. Kdsport.com.au

Keith Dudgeon Cricket Specialist is one of Australia’s leading instore and online cricket shops for all the best cricketing gear. Starting in 1980 from the spare bedroom in Keith Dudgeon’s house, this successful family owned and operated business covers all aspects of the game.

If you’re in the Brisbane area, visit their store at “The Gap”. Nearly all the team are either former 1st Class or Grade cricketers. This means you’ll be able to get expert advice on what is best for you.


4. Sticksports.com

For pure entertainment factor and addictive simplicity, you can’t go past Stick Sports. Home of the original stick cricket game, Stick Sports is now your location for a range of other simple, fun and free cricket and sports games. Just like the real game, the original stick cricket is all about timing. There are only so many strokes you can play and clearing the boundary is all about expert short selection and precise timing.


5. www.kingcricket.co.uk


King Cricket is not only a blog full of information and opinion, it’s also hilarious. Features such as ‘Animals Being Conspicuously Indifferent Towards Cricket’ is an example of some of the important topics being addressed by the website.

Not only is King Cricket up to date, it’s also updated by the session! The dry sense of humour is spotted through every story.

Take, for instance, these dry-witted gems from a story about Jake Lehmann (son of Australian Coach Darren Lehmann) signing for Yorkshire.

“He needed to hit a four. He hit a six, which was also acceptable.”

“Lehmann’s ludicrous moustache and foppish hair…replaces Travis Head whose comedy attributes are largely limited to nomenclature.”  


So that’s it, the top 5 cricket websites to keep track of for all your cricketing needs. Let us know what you think by commenting below and as always, feel free to visit Keith Dudgeon Cricket Specialist for all the gear you need.