Our Contributors

A number of contributors offer their services to bring you Emerging Cricket.

You’ll find articles on our site from these writers:

Abhai Sawkar – Pleasanton, CA, USA

Alasdair Belling – Sydney, Australia

Barny Read – Dubai, UAE

Daniel Beswick – Sydney, Australia

Dan Kelly – Brisbane, Australia

Daniel Hay – Edinburgh, Scotland

David Piesling – Guernsey

Denis Musali – Kampala, Uganda

Jake Perry – Edinburgh, Scotland

Jay Dansinghani – Hong Kong

Neil Joynson – Hamilton, Bermuda

Nick Skinner – Sydney, Australia

Nishadh Rego – Sydney, Australia

Rod Lyall – Amsterdam, Netherlands

Russ Degnan – Melbourne, Australia

Rustom Deboo – Mumbai, India

Simone Gambino – Ponte di Piave, Italy

Steve Menary – London, England

Tasneem-Summer Khan – London, England

Tim Brooks – London, England

Tim Cutler – Brisbane, Australia

Beyond the list above, a number of additional contributors offer organisational support, IT know-how, insight, banter, and other assistance:

Andrew Leonard – Dublin, Ireland
Abhinav Singh Bhal – Singapore
Adam Morehouse – Canberra, Australia
Bertus de Jong – Amsterdam, Netherlands
David Ager – London, England
Eddie Gibbs – Edinburgh, Scotland
Greig Hopcroft – Edinburgh, Scotland
Innocent Muliro – Nairobi, Kenya
Kudzayi Chipdza – Johannesburg, South Africa
Milinda Dias – Sri Lanka
Peter Della Penna – UK / USA
Sidhant Garg – Mumbai, India

About EC

Emerging Cricket is an independent collective of individuals brought together in their passion for the growth of the game outside its traditional centres.

Our growing community of volunteer contributors and ambassadors provides news, insight and opinion on the game beyond the boundaries of mainstream cricket coverage.

By providing meaningful content from those at the coalface; players, coaches, administrators and fans  – where every corner of cricket’s new world is represented and celebrated – our mission is to be the trusted voice of the emerging cricket world, the go-to place for cricket fans to be informed and inspired by stories from the Associates and beyond.

This will not be possible without harnessing the collective passion of people around the globe to contribute to the cause. Revenue generated from our Patreon creator page will allow us to continue to broaden the scope of our coverage across our website, podcast and more – while also providing exclusive content and experiences those who support us financially.

If, in addition to – or in lieu of – your financial contribution, you would like to be part of EC please drop us an email.