In 2017 I had the honour of spending a day with the England Physical Disability Cricket Team as they trained at Old Trafford. It was quite an eye-opener for a number of reasons. I also got to keep to Ian Salisbury! I wrote an article about them in All Out Cricket issue 153:

England Physical Disability Cricket

Between 2016 and 2017 I wrote a monthly column for Cricinfo, the biggest cricket resource in town. I really enjoyed myself, and I consider On keeping wicket to be one of my finer pieces on the great game. Luckily, I write rather better than I play:

On unorthodoxy – On run outs – On non-traditional traditions – In praise of the umpire – All the gear … – On self-assessment – Cricket and romance – On rhythm – On the pro/am divide – On batting techniqueOn keeping wicketOn batting both ways

All Out Cricket (2012) Issues 90-97

During the 2012 cricket season, I wrote a monthly column for All Out Cricket magazine in which I detailed my exploits as a newly-converted left-handed batsman. This was all in support of my Batting For Parkinson’s campaign, which eventually raised around £3,000 for Parkinson’s UK.

Lefty has left the building The myth of form Split personalities – The man is not for turning Waiting for the miracle If the best men … Let’s talk about nets, baby  – Lefty Langman