July19

Vijay Hazare – The Wall Before Dravid

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Hazare

With an eagerly awaited five Test series against India a couple of weeks away Martin looks back at the life and times of the man who was India’s most reliable batsman of the immediate post war years

July12

Alastair Cook: Is he approaching the end of the road in Test cricket?

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The summer of 2018 looks like being a make-or-break period for England’s longest-serving test batsman, Alastair Cook. The former skipper has endured a torrid time with the bat in recent series, with a string of disappointing performances against New Zealand in the winter. Cook’s inconsistencies have led to more questions from the press as to whether the Essex ace has the drive to keep going at the pinnacle of the game.

July08

Irving Rosenwater

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Irving

Next week we should have Martin’s six monthly article about new books, so today we have something different. This is not a review as such, but an article about one of game’s most meticulous researchers, who left behind for future generations one of the most interesting and collectable of all cricketing oeuvres

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