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Friday 8th October 2010

The marathon that was the 2010 season is over, meaning its now time to sit back, reflect on the cricket weve seen, applaud the performances that impressed us and consider the remarkable at times tragic events that have characterised this summer. After that we can all start gearing up for that certain little series kicking off Down Under in just a few weeks time.

To that end, AOC managed to blag access to the PCA awards, the glitziest event in the cricketing calendar, and stuffed this issue with some cracking photography of the winners in all their finery. Throw in some in-depth analysis of the seasons most important (or, in some cases, most frivolous) moments and a raft of AOC gongs handed out to the lucky few weve deemed worthy enough and it all amounts to a comprehensive review of the summer just gone.

But thats not all, not by a long chalk. Weve also got exclusive interviews with Jonathan Trott and Eoin Morgan, Englands two outstanding batsmen of the summer, and the thoughts of Notts coach Mick Newell, fresh from capturing the County Championship in what must rank as the most dramatic conclusion to the four-day season in history.
If you add the words of Kent skipper Rob Key, the presence of Sky Sports favourite curmudgeon turned musical Agony Aunt Bob Willis and the continued efforts of AOC staffers Ed Davis and Sam Stow to turn themselves into the laughing stocks of the journalistic world (their latest challenge: grow handlebar moustaches and re-enact the drinking exploits of Australian legend David Boon) then you have yourself a packed magazine that should see you through those coming cricketless nights.

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