Here’s my YouTube debut. Enjoy…
If you still need to furnish your 2018 England Cricket Trading Cards collection then please check out my eBay salesroom. There are reductions across the board…
Next year the card’s creators, TapNPlay, are expected to release 2019 Cricket World Cup and Ashes editions as a follow up to this year’s England cards.
Moving on, as http://www.sillypointcricket.com reaches two years of age and as we approach 5,000 unique visitors as well as 15,000 views (For the most part without the help of social media!), many thanks to everybody who has viewed, commented on and liked the site.
Please find more 2018 England Cricket Trading Cards available from me at the link below…
There are players from the England Women’s team, England Men’s team (Test/ODI/T20I) as well as England Lions.
There are also Great England Grounds and National Pride cards available.
All cards are sold individually, out of the packet but in near if not perfect condition as per the relevant images. All cards (Except Fire and Ice/Portraits) have a starting price of less than £1.00 plus reasonable postage costs.
Be sure to look out for yet more cards going on sale in the near future.
If you’re looking to complete your 2018 England Cricket Trading Cards collection then please check out my eBay listings. There’ll be more listings to come soon…
Good luck completing your collections.
Where are you Anya Shrubsole?
Who’s the guy top left? He doesn’t play for England!
Dawid Malan, Tom Helm, Katherine Brunt: Where are you? There’s only so many Dom Bess and Fran Wilsons that I can stand! In fact, I’ve got more Keaton Jennings than Keaton Jennings has got runs this year!
Ben Duckett, Haseeb Hameed, Nick Gubbins: Why is it so hard to find an English opening batsman?
One England opening batsman I have found is no longer an England opening batsman!
In summary, I’ve got most of the standard cards. The missing few are:
Men’s Test: Jonny Bairstow, Ben Duckett, Steven Finn (I have the shiny version but not the white version), Dawid Malan, Ben Stokes
England Lions: Haseeb Hameed, Joe Clarke, Nick Gubbins, Alex Davies, Tom Helm, Sam Curran
Women’s: Katherine Brunt, Laura Marsh, Any Shrubsole
Though Amy Jones is one of my favourite players, I don’t need one of her for every day of the week!
Men’s ODI: Sam Billings, Steven Finn, Alex Hales
Men’s T20I: Moeen Ali, Sam Billings, Liam Dawson
Actually that’s more than a few. What Sam Billings’ repeated absence tells us about his international career is unclear!
Fire & Ice: James Anderson/Joe Root, Danielle Hazell/Heather Knight
Here’s where it gets patchy…
Milestones: Stuart Broad, Alastair Cook, Moeen Ali, Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes, Joe Root, Alex Hales
Portraits: Joe Root, Alastair Cook, Stuart Broad, Heather Knight, Ben Stokes,
Patch Card: Stuart Broad Reemption, Stuart Broad Patch Card… there’s one selling on ebay for £500.00 though. I’m keen but I’m not that keen!
Fear not, I’m still here! Here’s more of me talking about cricket…
Feel free to feast upon my latest audio cast…
Official 2018 England Cricket Trading Cards are here!
It’s a great way to raise the profile of English cricket and about time too. I’ll be sure to keep you updated as to the building of my collection and good luck to you if you’re constructing your own.
Please ignore the fact that I’ve provided the link to the Australian website but England Cricket Trading Cards are here folks! Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Spar, as well as possibly one or two other outlets, have been provided with a limited amount of cards. It’s not just the men either, the women have cards too. Tap’N’Play are expected to release 2019 Cricket World Cup and Ashes editions in the future as well.
What with the success of Match Attax and similar products in football, it’s great to see English cricket raising its profile… even if it’s courtesy of an Australian outfit!
Packs of six come in at £1.50 which seems reasonable enough for what look like high quality images. I’ll provide photos as soon as I get my hands on some and look forward to building my collection.