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Learning about cricket

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DH became interested in cricket when we were in England in 2009. We will be in Liverpool (June) and London (July) this summer. What is the best way to learn about cricket? DH wants to attend a "game" (I know that's not what its called). I heard somewhere that listening to a "game" on the radio is also a good way to learn because the radio announcers discuss and explain more than the television announcers.

DH doesn't necessarily want to attend a professional game, an amateur game would be fine. We will be traveling by train/bus.

Thanks,
(and, yeah, figure all of June in Liverpool and all of July in London)

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