The Men's ICC T20 World Cup is here! Bes and Nick take a look a the late prep by the First Round team, plus Amy Hunter heroics for Ireland and upcoming qualifier events for future ICC global events!
While booking a T20 World Cup ticket comfortable in the end, it's fair to say the Irish didn't have it all their way.
Nick, Tim and Bes take a look at the boys in (neon?) green ahead of the upcoming tournament, where they face stiff opposition in Group A of the First Round.
With a World Cup just days away, Nick, Tim and Bes discuss all the news in the tournament's lead-up, thanks largely to some extra spice via a story on Sri Lanka's website. The boys rate the released T20 World Cup kits, wrap Cricket World Cup League Two, discuss Uganda's qualification for the U19 World Cup and look at other news around the world!
Can Jatinder Singh fire away? Will Bilal Khan beat the defences again? But most importantly, can Oman be at their best consistently!? Bes and Nick catch up with fellow EC contributor Nishadh Rego to look at the co-host's chances.
Nick is joined by Bertus de Jong and Dutch EC Correspondent Rod Lyall to discuss the chances of the Netherlands.
With a strong pace attack, quality in the spin ranks and a beefy batting order, the men in orange will pose a threat for anyone at the tournament.
CWCL2, U19 Europe Qualifier, European Cricket Championship and T10 cricket + Belgium v Austria Women‘s Series
MORE CRICKET! Action in Cricket World Cup League continues, where PNG still are yet to register a win. We (or mainly Bes) pushes the #FreeChaddy movement, while the boys wrap Ireland's successful U19 World Cup Qualifying campaign, European Cricket Championship and Belgium's Women's series with Austria.
In the finale of our four-part #ECPod special, we take a look back at Namibia's 2003 World Cup campaign, as reflected on by players, staff members, and budding young cricketers at the time who would go on and play for the country.
Namibia’s original World Cup group reflect on making history, while the next generation discuss the importance of “carrying the torch” for the game in the country at the 2021 Men's T20 World Cup and beyond.