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It's ball-by-ball like you've never heard before; it's ball-by-ball with your mates; it's ball-by-ball covering all England international matches and much more besides; it's high-brow, it's low-brow, it's laughter, it's song (just wait till you hear our jingles) all in the company of a knowledgeable collective of comedians, journalists, musicians, classicists, an MCC committee member, and a woman with a Master's in meerkat behaviour (they're bastards apparently). And YOU, contributing via twitter on the issues at hand from one of the 193 countries who've already learnt of the Guerilla legend.
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- Read the articleHeard, but unseen: The Invisible Ashes
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- Read the articleA fond obituary for the pride of Perth
- Watch the videoAlexander Campbell: from SCG to ROH, ballet's gain from cricket
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Bat crazy: new lineage for a famous name
We interview Charlotte Surridge, of Swannack, whose company is trying to kickstart a return to the big time with the successor to an iconic brand. Who'll take the baton from the likes of Graham Gooch and Viv Richards? All is revealed here.
Guerilla Cricket talks to principal ballet dancer at the Royal Opera House Alexander Campbell about cricket, ballet and the Ashes.