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Bill Ricquier

Bill Ricquier

Bill Ricquier is an author at ScoreLine and has written numerous cricket articles published at ScoreLine.org. Bill is also an author of The Indian Masters and The Pakistani Masters, both published in England and India. He also writes for ESPN CricInfo and The Island newspaper in Sri Lanka. He is a Lawyer and Law Professor and lives with his family in Singapore. You can connect with Bill on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter

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Who’s Crying Now?

The curious paradox of Test cricket – that the less fitted its practitioners become to meeting the special challenges of …

Be Careful What You Wish For

There is almost universal regret that the West Indies captain, Jason Holder, will not be playing in the third Test …

Graham McKenzie: The Overworked Thoroughbred

The list of Australia’s top ten Test wicket-takers reads like a concave of the game’s immortals.  There are four members …

2018 – A Year to Savour and to Regret

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Well, let’s not exaggerate. But there was some …

Just How Bad Are Sri Lanka?

England secured a highly impressive whitewash when they beat Sri Lanka in the third Test at Colombo. It was a …

Opportunity knocks in a series where little is certain

There is a fascinating Test series in prospect between Sri Lanka and England, which starts in Galle on Tuesday. Both …

The Rain It Rainth Every Day

The weather is peculiarly important in cricket. Of course, it can be critical to any sort of activity that is …

KOHLI’S ONE MAN SHOW CAN’T PREVENT ENGLAND WIN

Of course the problem is that Test cricket is so boring. it is seriously doubtful that even the head of …

HOME AND AWAY

The first Test between Sri Lanka and South Africa at the Galle International Stadium was an interesting but ultimately disappointing …

THE OLD FOX

The so-called showpiece one-day Lord’s final – in its current incarnation, The Royal London One -Day Cup – has undoubtedly …