All Out Cricket | Cricket News, Interviews And FeaturesAll Out Cricket editor Phil Walker speaks to the newest star of England women's cricket, Kent and England opener Tammy Beaumont.
by David Hopps8/25/2016 1:00:56 PM
TEAM 400: Kent 400/5 (93.5 ov, lead by 179 - 1st inns) v Gloucs SW Billings 117* (146) WRS Gidman 1* (3)
by ESPNcricinfo Live8/25/2016 1:01:35 PM
Warwickshire hope to by day/night CC game, should that be allowed?
by nickcricket8/25/2016 1:02:50 PM
hope to play*
by nickcricket8/25/2016 1:03:11 PM
TEAM 100: Glamorgan 100/2 (32.3 ov, lead by 69 - 2nd inns) v Sussex DL Lloyd 8* (22) WD Bragg 29* (95)
by ESPNcricinfo Live8/25/2016 1:05:45 PM
Nick, I saw that. Not sure how well that will work in Birmingham in September.
by Haystack_Jnr8/25/2016 1:07:22 PM
@nickcricket Depends on how material the affect of using a pink ball would be and the differing conditions.
by John8/25/2016 1:09:08 PM
I guess that they won't gain any particular sporting advantage. Although it's a bit of an unknown at the moment. They are playing with the pink ball in the Indian domestic games at the moment. Not that I'm suggesting it's a useful comparison.
by Haystack_Jnr8/25/2016 1:10:30 PM
day night test cricket is perhaps more suited to the UK than anywhere else in the world, esp if played at the right time of the year, and we're lucky with the weather (easier said than done....) If you play around July time and can score good weather, you pretty much wouldn't need the floodlights til gone 9.30 anyway given how late it stays light. I think all counties should be given a target to hold at least one day night county game over the next 2 seasons. You never know, it could bring in some new fans, and if it doesn't work then what's been lost?