The Ashes 2019 has been a memorable one for many reasons. There have been countless occasions where we have been amazed by brilliant cricket. Both England and Australia have ended their summers on a high.
For the first time in 18 years, Australia have retained the Ashes on foreign soil when they overcame a stubborn England. The Aussies were made to work for their victory even though the score doesn’t quite show that.
Ben Stokes made a name for himself at the World Cup, and the 28-year-old was up to his old tricks as he hit a stunning 135 not out, handing England one of their all-time most significant victories.
You could say that Australia were the heavy favourites to win this Ashes series, and after going 1-0 up, this reaffirmed their position in the driving seat. However, following a draw at Lord’s, their slender advantage could be all they have up their sleeve.
The Ashes is a age old rivalry between Australia and England that continued this year. For years Australia have dominated in England, so much so that it reached a point where it was considered a birthright.
The eagerly anticipated first day of the Ashes series between England and Australia kicked off on Thursday morning. What a tightly contested first day of cricket it was.
The age old rivalry between England and Australia has always made for some of the best cricket. This year we will be witnessing yet another spectacle when the Ashes begins on August 1st.
On Sunday marked the most important day of cricket for both New Zealand and England. What a day of cricket it was, the crowd was electric and they were hyped up even more by all the drama.
The time as come for the the ICC Cricket World Cup Final and we officially know who will be in it.
The Proteas took on table toppers Australia who were tipped to win the game with ease. The Proteas proved that they are still a top side and that they aren’t just pushovers. The Proteas spoiled the Aussies party and their fixture in the semi-finals.