The Wisden Cricketer newsletter

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As none of you know, we write The Wisden Cricketer’s weekly email, which we believe we’re obliged to describe as ‘irreverent’. We have done over a hundred instalments now, so we’re a bit late telling you about this.

If you’ve ever thought to yourself: “I like the King Cricket website, but I wish that all of the jokes were slightly reworded and presented in a different format” then this is the weekly cricket email for you.

It’s more than that, of course. You should sign up. (Top right of that page.)

But don’t just take our word for it, read these entirely genuine testimonials and let them persuade you.

“It’s better than his website, I’ll say that much.” – Terry Grufflenut

“I like the way the jokes are slightly rewritten compared to King Cricket. Also, it’s quite short.” – Nicholas Steven Judas

“It arrives weekly.” – Jean-Pierre de Knackers

Pretty persuasive, eh? Sign up here (top right).

13 comments

  1. “I like the way the jokes are slightly rewritten compared to King Cricket. Also, it’s quite short.” – Nicholas Steven Judas

    What jokes? Have I missed something?

  2. Are you badmouthing The Wisden Cricketer newsletter?

    No-one badmouths The Wisden Cricketer newsletter.

    The Wisden Cricketer newsletter is going to come round your house and put ‘matter’ in your guttering so that it overflows during heavy rain.

  3. Oh my god, it is doing that already, and has been for some weeks. The Wisden Cricket newsletter is tough AND prescient.

  4. Ugh. We can promise that for definite, unless the editor inserts a line specifically to embarrass us as a result of this very comment.

  5. Can you promise there’ll be something about Prince William in the Newsletter?

    There’s not enough about him on this website – and you call yourself a King …

    Maybe you can take a sideways look at the royal wedding to be.

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