1988 English cricket season

The 1988 English cricket season was the 89th in which the County Championship had been an official competition. It was dominated by Worcestershire who won the first of two successive championships and also a second successive Sunday League title. Cricket made the front pages of national newspapers, due to the "Summer of four captains" phenomenon that afflicted the England national team, during its five match Test series against West Indies which they lost 4-0. Sri Lanka also toured and played a single Test which England won.

1988 English cricket season


Test seriesEdit

West Indies tourEdit

Sri Lanka tourEdit

County ChampionshipEdit

NatWest TrophyEdit

Benson & Hedges CupEdit

Sunday LeagueEdit

Leading batsmenEdit

Leading bowlersEdit


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Annual reviewsEdit