About CricBlog

CricBlog is a cricket blog for the fans, by the fans. Launched by Charbel Coorey in 2019, we aim to provide cricket fans with their fix of a wide range of content.

CricBlog is based in Sydney, Australia, with writers all over the world. Here is some of the content we cover on the site:

  1. Cricket News: Listicles, squad announcements, exclusive interviews and more.
  2. Fantasy Cricket Tips: Dream11 Prediction articles for a wide range of matches around the world. These articles go in-depth to help fantasy cricket players create the best possible teams.
  3. Cricket Opinion: Thoughts from fans on the game of cricket across formats: Tests, ODIs, T20s.
  4. X (formerly Twitter) reactions: A deep dive into what fans are saying on social media around the globe.

About us: Meet the Team

The contributors all share a common love for the beautiful game and take pride in delivering content to cricket-crazy fans around the globe. Here are three main contributors on the website.

Charbel Coorey

Charbel Coorey from CricBlog speaking on The CricBlog Podcast
Charbel Coorey, head of cricblog.net, speaking on The CricBlog Podcast.

Charbel, who lives in Sydney, launched cricblog.net in 2018 to fulfill his passion for cricket. Charbel played cricket right throughout his teenage years, and was proud to represent Fairfield Liverpool in Sydney Grade Cricket in the early 2010s.

Unfortunately, injuries took their toll and Charbel could no longer play. With over a decade of experience in marketing & communications, Charbel saw an opportunity to combine his passion for cricket with his passion for content creation, and thus, CricBlog was born.

Under Charbel’s leadership, CricBlog has reached millions of fans around the globe with a range of different content. Also, the platform now has over 16,500 followers on Twitter and a podcast called The CricBlog Podcast with weekly episodes. Find out more about the podcast.

Charbel has also written cricket articles for well-established websites across the web. Here are some examples:

CricBlog has also been mentioned by some of the world’s biggest websites, including:

If you would like more information, or if you’d like to possibly become a contributor, you can email charbelcoorey@cricblog.net.