April19

You Only Get One Innings

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only one innings

Possibly one with limited appeal to those who have yet to rack up a half century in years, but for those who have already achieved that level of seniority it seems Barry Nicholls’ autobiography is an entertaining read

April17

Playing It My Way

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Sachin's autobiography cover

In his exhaustive book, Sachin Tendulkar chooses to depict his life in a typically uncomplicated manner that keeps his public image untouched, yet engage his fans.

April12

The Glory Days of Cricket

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Glory Days

Authors revisiting their defining work with the benefit of a couple of decades hindsight and further consideration almost always produces a worthwhile second edition, and Ashley Mote’s story of the Hambledon club is no exception

April12

The Awful Truth

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Awful Truth

Reviewing this book is something of a digression from Archie but, as he explains, it just sneaks in as a cricket book even if the greater appeal is likely to be to followers of Australian Rules Football

April10

The Saddest Summer

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Richie Benaud

As the title of Alan McIlvray’s book notes, The Game Goes On. Still, as Summer gives way to Autumn in the Southern Hemisphere, one cannot help but feel the celebration of cricket which is the World Cup, and indeed the whole season, has been bookended by two losses which will leave a lasting impression on […]

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