You’ll find articles on Emerging Cricket from these writers:

Statistician for Cricket NSW, Cricket ACT, NSW Premier Cricket, ACCC, Ginninderra CC and WCMCC. International and first-class cricket scorer.
A professional music journalist and freelance writer based in Sydney, who's passionate about cricket, having contributed to The Roar, Sportskeeda and ABC Cricket Magazine. Co-host of the 'State of Play' cricket podcast.
A budding journalist, Dan is a self-confessed cricket tragic with a passion for writing. Dan first fell in love with the associate game during his teenage years at the 2015 World Cup and has not looked book since.
Co-founder and one of our #ECPod hosts, Daniel is currently helping on ICC's coverage via their digital client. Daniel has also commentated and presented on ICC.tv broadcasts for pathway events since 2019, and in a rare feat called action at both USA vs PNG and Namibia vs Oman ODI matches at WCL2 2019 on the same day. Daniel has also been a member of WBBL/BBL and Olympic productions at Channel 7, also supporting commentators and on-air talent for the network’s coverage.
Denis is digital communications manager for Cricket Uganda and also writes for Kawowo Sports. If it isn't cricket he spends his time working on his ridesharing startup. On a Sunday he captains his club side Wanderers Cricket club as a wicket-keeper batsman.
Proud citizen of the Himalayan country that plays cricket and eats momos. Most of my writing is about Nepal cricket.
Hannah’s a PhD researcher at Loughborough University, passionate about the women’s game, and keen to give a voice to, and put the spotlight on players and teams that don’t get it as often as they should.
Isaac has an undergraduate degree in sports psychology with a passion for the development of cricket into a completely global sport. He is furthering his academic study through the completion of a Masters degree in Sports Business Management and Policy which aims to further understand sporting globalisation.
Most of Jake's writing is about Scottish cricket for Cricket Scotland and others - he's also currently writing a book about the Scottish club game. Living in Penicuik, just outside Edinburgh, Perry is very interested in all aspects of Associate cricket, particularly in the development of the women's game.
A professional technical writer with a passion for the emerging game, Jay was born and raised in Hong Kong
Medical editor, Wikipedian, would-be statistician, and cricket enthusiast. Focused on covering associate international cricket series and statistics.
Fielding All Rounder, played a lot of baseball. Born in Maryland, lives in North Carolina, not from a ‘cricketing nation'...yet!
Accountant by day, budding cricket writer by night, Neil follows the game from his beautiful island exile in the middle of the Atlantic.
Born into a family of cricket tragics in Canada and Tri-lingual across English, French and Spanish, Nick has broad experience providing descriptive and entertaining match coverage for multiple events across three continents involving emerging cricket teams. Nick’s personal blog is helicentcric.blogspot.com and tweets as @HeliocentCric, where he tirelessly proselytises the emerging game.
Nishadh is a policy and advocacy professional with a keen interest in sport, migration, and politics. A passionate follower of emerging cricket, and ex-Thailand player, he also served as the media manager at the recent T20 World Cup as part of a partnership between Emerging Cricket and the Cricket Association of Thailand.
Retired academic, now a journalist and commentator, mainly covering Dutch international and domestic cricket.
Rustom Deboo is a cricket aficionado and freelance writer from India. He is a staunch supporter of Associate cricket, and has an insatiable hunger for the history, snippets and statistics surrounding the game. He blogs at the Cricket Cauldron, and is also a contributor to various other websites.
Russell Degnan writes on cricket governance, finance, statistics and Associate cricket at Idle Summers, and hosts the Associate cricket podcast with Andrew Nixon.
Finance Professional by day & Emerging Cricket Writer by night. Passionate cricket fan and advocate of the Global Game!
Regular contributor on sport and business to magazines and newspapers including World Soccer, websites such as playthegame.org and sportingintelligence.com and the BBC World Service radio programme, World Football.
Tim Brooks is Associate correspondent for Wisden and Head of Cricket at QTV Sports. Focusing on global development of cricket and tweets as Cricket Atlas.
Current CEO of the Vanuatu Cricket Association, former CEO of Cricket Hong Kong and self-confessed emerging cricket nerd, Tim is a tenacious advocate for the growth of the sport and is a pundit, commentator and writer on cricket’s emerging world especially on events, strategy and funding.
A chemist by day, Tom takes an analytical approach to the emerging game, with a focus on events in Europe.

Beyond the list above, a number of additional contributors offer organisational support, photographs, IT know-how, insight, banter, and other assistance:

Andrew Leonard – Dublin, Ireland
Abhinav Singh Bhal – Singapore
Adam Morehouse – Canberra, Australia (ACT Cricket Stats here)
Bertus de Jong – Amsterdam, Netherlands
David Ager – London, England
Eddie Gibbs – Edinburgh, Scotland (Liberty Shield VPN here)
Greig Hopcroft – Edinburgh, Scotland (Check out Jaggy Edge Group here)
Kudzayi Chipdza – Johannesburg, South Africa
Milinda Dias – Sri Lanka
Mojahidul Islam Miftah – Chittagong, Bangladesh (Check out Miftah’s digital services here)
Peter Della Penna – UK / USA

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