I got published in The New Statesman this week. If one is allowed to publicly proclaim that one is proud of oneself, then I’ll say I’m quite chuffed.
It’s about women’s cricket. On the back of reading Skirting The Boundary (which I recommend you do).
Why is women’s cricket still considered a second-class game?
As the first Ashes test gets underway, Antoinette Muller looks into the often-overlooked women’s game, where unequal prize money and a lack of professional contracts means many female cricketers must hold down other jobs in order to take to the field.
You can read the full article here.