Time to dissolve English cricket
Time to dissolve English cricket

Fans have a strong case for petitioning the courts to do away with English cricket, because it appears totally incapable of repaying its debts

'Roses are red, I'm going to bed'
'Roses are red, I'm going to bed'

Cricketers get lyrical in our first Twitter round-up of the year

Graeme Swann: sorely missed
Graeme Swann: sorely missed

Sure, he took wickets, but his key contribution to the England side was in a different area

'Breaking news: I can dance again'
'Breaking news: I can dance again'

Crucial information about cricketers and their lives, right here on our Twitter round-up

Why England seem old despite being young
Why England seem old despite being young

They are batting creakily when they should be thinking young and batting nervously

'English players will be drinking concrete milkshakes in Darwin'
'English players will be drinking concrete milkshakes in Darwin'

Just what you wanted: more wretched Ashes sledging, but on Twitter

Diary of an England back-room staffer
Diary of an England back-room staffer

How could any player succumb to a stress-related illness when they're so carefully monitored by the support staff?

'Impossible to have a pee on the train without falling'
'Impossible to have a pee on the train without falling'

Laws of motion get tested this fortnight on our Twitter round-up

How to write your Tendulkar tribute
How to write your Tendulkar tribute

Everyone's doing it, but are they doing it right? Here are some handy tips

'Always a stinker when you drop your phone down the toilet'
'Always a stinker when you drop your phone down the toilet'

This fortnight we flush out the best cricket tweets and give you the rest

The Ashes aren't what they used to be
The Ashes aren't what they used to be

It's all different and watered down: from the trash-talking to the warm-ups and the terminology

'Dear stomach, you're bored, not hungry - so shut up'
'Dear stomach, you're bored, not hungry - so shut up'

Conversations with organs, and mind-reading with Kraigg Brathwaite, in this fortnight's Twitter round-up

How to manage a batsman's workload
How to manage a batsman's workload

All that standing around and occasionally prodding at the ball can be exhausting, so skip an innings or two to up your skills

'I'm certainly no Mr Miyagi'
'I'm certainly no Mr Miyagi'

Frank confessions of inadequacy and much else besides, in this fortnight's Twitter round-up

The importance of being Graham Onions
The importance of being Graham Onions

That and other gleanings from this year's County Championship

'Motion sickness does destroy me every time'
'Motion sickness does destroy me every time'

Revelations of startling vulnerability and more in this fortnight's Twitter round-up

Depressed after the Ashes? Try other sports
Depressed after the Ashes? Try other sports

How soccer, cycling and snooker can get you through those rare weeks when there isn't an Ashes

'Don't be a victim of things I do to survive!'
'Don't be a victim of things I do to survive!'

In the latest Twitter round-up, cricketers do amazing and not-so-amazing things with their heads

England fans thinking of implementing supporter rotation
England fans thinking of implementing supporter rotation

A novel idea to get through a jam-packed tour without sustaining long-term psychological injury

'Watch my comments on the over rate tonight'
'Watch my comments on the over rate tonight'

Seductive invitations and more in this week's Twitter round-up