November11

Joe Darling

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JDCover

Hot on the heels of the recent anthology of his writings that Martin reviewed we have Archie’s thoughts on the first full length biography of Joe Darling

November11

Brearley On Cricket

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brearley

We have an unwritten rule on the review team that anthologies, however good they may be should not get more than four stars, which gives the best indication there can be of how highly Martin rates this one

November04

Teddy

by:
teddy

Here we have one for the historians amongst us, with a look at one of the many great characters that the Golden Age produced

October28

A Forgotten Adventure

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Walters Cover_v3.indd

A book for the historian here. Publication has been long delayed, but according to the Mac it has been well worth the wait and we hope we will now see a steady flow from The Cricket Publishing Company, one of our favourites

October28

Haygarth at Harrow

by:
Haygarth

Some books are aimed at a wide market, and others at just a few dedicated enthusiasts – this book most certainly falls into the latter category, but it seems likely its purchasers will be happy with their investment

October28

The unique challenges posed to batsmen

by:
Chanderpaul Graphic

Most sportspeople get the chance to immediately put their mistakes right. Nobody remembers, for example, that the tennis player who surrenders a 40-0 lead as he or she serves for their first Grand Slam title, as long as they eventually overcome their opponent. Nor is it now relevant that a striker squanders a couple of […]

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