About James Morgan

James is a freelance copywriter, writer and author. He's the editor and co-founder of The Full Toss. Email james@thefulltoss.com.
19 08, 2018

What The Hell Was That?

2018-08-19T20:29:28+00:00 August 19th, 2018|Eng v Ind 2018, Test Cricket|17 Comments

Thanks a bunch England. I was going to take a breather from TFT this week as I've belatedly moved into a new house. I've been up to my eyeballs in boxes (that's boxes of the cardboard variety not men's abdominal guards), and I was planning to simply write a summary at the [...]

13 08, 2018

Slaughter At Lord’s

2018-08-13T09:48:50+00:00 August 13th, 2018|Eng v Ind 2018, Test Cricket|41 Comments

Are India really the No.1 ranked team in the world? You could have fooled me. They were completely inept in this match: no backbone, no skill, and no clue. They looked like Sri Lanka back in the 1980s or perhaps even Bangladesh on their inaugural tour of England. That might sound harsh [...]

12 08, 2018

Day 3 at Lord’s: The Royal Woakes

2018-08-12T09:31:55+00:00 August 12th, 2018|Eng v Ind 2018, Test Cricket|21 Comments

Here's a question for you. Which recently selected England batsman has looked the best in terms of technique and temperament: Gary Ballance, James Vince, Tom Westley, Dawid Malan, Keaton Jennings, Mark Stoneman, Ben Duckett, Nick Compton, Adam Lyth, or ... Chris Woakes? I know which guy has impressed me most. And he [...]

8 08, 2018

Out Of Order

2018-08-08T16:06:23+00:00 August 8th, 2018|Eng v Ind 2018, Test Cricket|28 Comments

It’s second test time. That means another five days (or perhaps just three) of my wife moaning at me for watching TV all day with my mobile phone in hand. Oh the joys of marital ‘bliss’. Fortunately Edgbaston was worth the earache, and this Lord’s could be a beauty too. After all, [...]

2 08, 2018

Birmingham

2018-08-02T08:50:15+00:00 August 2nd, 2018|Eng v Ind 2018, Test Cricket|6 Comments

Ah Birmingham. An English cricketing fortress and cultural powerhouse. Home to world’s most beautifully named football club, the UK’s spiciest balti, and a musician named Astro. It’s also the place where Richie Benaud uttered arguably the two most revered words in the sporting lexicon: “Jones! Bowden!” I’m afraid I wasn’t able to [...]

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