You can change cricket clubs for many different reasons. Maybe because you’ve moved house. Because you want to play with a different group of mates. Because you want to fire-up your run-making (see Klinger, Bevan, or Ronchi). Or maybe you slept with the coach’s daughter… I find lingering resentment never manifests itself more clearly than at the selection table.
If you’re a cricketer who has decided that a “change is as good as a holiday”, stay reading, because we’ve got all the tips you need to make sure your new cricket club holiday is more “Caribbean cruise” than “extended family trip to Ararat with your weird uncle.”
And it all begins on arrival:
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