It is now 46 days since England wrapped up their T20 series victory against South Africa and I’m not sure about you but the lack of cricket is getting to us a little.

We’ve found ourselves flashing imaginary cover drives with anything that resembles a bat handle (wooden spoon usually does the trick) and ducking invisible bouncers in the shower.

Exactly how long the delay to cricket will last remains unknown and there is still lots of uncertainty whether England’s first series of the summer, three Tests against West Indies on home turf in June, will take place.

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The lack of professional sport and national lockdown doesn’t seem to have dampened fans hunger for the game or dimmed their creativity, however, and many have been ensuring they get their cricketing fix at home.

We reached out on Twitter to ask supporters to share with us the ways in which they were keeping their love for the game alive, be it playing with the cat, getting a game going in the garden, or training your skills in your bedroom – and the response has been fantastic.

We asked fans to post their clips on Twitter alongside the hashtag #BarmyCricket, with a pair of tickets for an England Test available for the most creative submission, and it is fair to say the response has been tremendous.

More than a fortnight after the competition was launched submissions are still flying in. Here are some of our favourites from the last week or so…

Interested in getting involved – send us a clip on Twitter to @TheBarmyArmy with the hashtag #BarmyCricket