Author’s Profile

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

Contributions

Six Down, Three to Go

The so- called group stage of the 2019 men’s Cricket World Cup has been an unqualified success. Group stage seems …

Williamson Seals Proteas’ Fate In Thriller At Edgbaston

The 2019 Men’s Cricket World Cup finally got what it needed, a genuinely exciting match which went down to the …

Aussie Muscle Too Much For Flimsy Sri Lanka

For a while , on a cool, overcast but , mercifully, largely dry day , before a near capacity crowd …

Kumar Sangakkara – A man for all seasons

Early May was an unusually busy time for cricket. The Indian Premier League was of course in full flow. The …

Having Lunch With Don Bradman

There are many worse places than Singapore to be a cricket person. You can play; there are some local leagues. …

How the Season is Shaping Up

Three weeks into the new English season seems a reasonable time to try to take stock. The most surprising thing, …

Tom Graveney – Style and Substance

“Tom Graveney was the James Vince of his day.” Ridiculous, I hear you cry. Graveney was a master batsman, one …

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 …