April24

A Millionaire’s Story

by:
maileycartoon

Arthur Mailey was probably not the greatest leg spinner Australia has produced, but he is surely the most interesting

April22

Imperfect

by:
imperfect

This week Martin reviews another autobiography of an Indian cricketer, and finds it is anything but just another autobiography by an Indian cricketer

April20

England must end over-reliance on Anderson and Broad

by:
Chris Woakes

England have to address a worrying trend in their overseas form – their over-reliance on James Anderson and Stuart Broad. Anderson was the Three Lions’ one shining light in the Ashes, maintaining his levels of excellence as his teammates crumbled around him. Broad was off colour in Australia, but rounded back into form in New Zealand with two solid outings.

April16

9-86 And All That

by:
sarfraz

As a breed fast bowlers generally seem to be much more interesting characters than those who specialise in other cricketing disciplines. Pakistan’s 1970s paceman Sarfraz Nawaz is a typical example

April15

Ambassadors of Goodwill

by:
ambassadors

It has been a while now since we had a new cricket book from Pitch Publishing, but this review of England’s Test tours in the quarter century after the Second World War is right up to their usual high standard

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