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Adam Leventhal:

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At the top Table
At the top Table Adam Leventhal

At the top Table

Table Mountain, a Harley and Busta Rhymes' Hummer... Adam Leventhal blogs from South Africa.

Cheese and whine Adam Leventhal

Cheese and whine

Adam Leventhal blogs on a hellish half-hour in the company of jazz saxophone smoothie Kenny G.

A hole lotta love Adam Leventhal

A hole lotta love

Adam Leventhal blogs from a big hole in Kimberley on diamonds, trams and missing Eoin Morgan.

Magnificent seven? Adam Leventhal

Magnificent seven?

The glut of NatWest Series games has inspired Adam Leventhal to examine the number seven...

What's in a name? Adam Leventhal

What's in a name?

Adam Leventhal finds there's more to a name with his anagrams of the England cricket team...

Bowling up to Lily Adam Leventhal

Bowling up to Lily

A bad back leaves Adam Leventhal feeling bad for a while - but he's all smiles after meeting Lily Allen.

Raising the roof Adam Leventhal

Raising the roof

Adam Leventhal thinks Andy Caddick's DIY skills could come to the rescue of Test cricket in this country...

England hit hitch Adam Leventhal

England hit hitch

With so many plot twists before the Test, Adam Leventhal says England's horror show came as no surprise.

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The seemingly never-ending schedule for an England cricketer can be unforgiving. So too can a cricket ball. Stuart Broad has felt the pain of both in recent times.

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