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An interview with the Editor of All Out Cricket Magazine; Phil Walker.
All Out Cricket was a monthly cricket magazine. Launched in 2002, it was founded by Matt Thacker and was edited by Phil Walker. The magazine had its headquarters in London. It was part of Trinorth Media. In 2012 John Stern, former editor of The Cricketer, began to serve as editor at large of All Out Cricket. In October 2017, after 157 issues, the magazine was published for the last time.
My Golden Summer, 1993: England's cluelessness and the calamitous Atherton run-out "Cluelessness was all the rage in ’93. This was England, doing cricket, in Waugh time" by Phil Walker / December 19, 2020
Wisden Cricket Monthly editor-in-chief Phil Walker soaks in the everlasting beauty of Rohit Sharma’s 83 on the opening day of the Lord’s Test. It’s the smile that gives him away. The head-tilt and eye-glint, and the way the left corner of the mouth hooks itself up into the fleshy bosom of his cheek.
All Out Cricket editor Phil Walker's impassioned summing up of England's display during Day 3 of Perth. Close. 9. Posted by. 8 years ago. Archived. All Out Cricket ...
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The magazine is edited by Phil Walker and Jo Harman, both formerly of All Out Cricket, supported by editor-at-large, John Stern, and an editorial board of journalists, broadcasters and former players including David 'Bumble' Lloyd' and Almanack editor Lawrence Booth.
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Phil Walker reports from the Bob Willis Trophy final at Lord’s, which smouldered intriguingly without ever catching fire as Essex secured their third first-class title in four years. Essex’s grip on first-class county cricket is complete. At Lord’s in the gloaming they blocked their way to a third title in four years, concluding an absorbingly strange and in the end rather bathetic affair with sufficient grit to get it done.