April29

The Master

by:
jackhobbs

In this feature Martin takes a look at the life and times of the batsman with some of the biggest numbers in the history of the game

April24

Is English Developmental Cricket In Trouble?

by:
NFL Wembley

We don’t tend to think of England as a country that has much trouble embracing cricket. And yet, a recent article about the status of the sport at the local level indicates that some changes may be in order if it’s to remain as popular as it has been in the past.

April23

Overshadowed

by:
overshadowed

This isn’t the first book from Rob Franks exploring one of the byways of the history of New Zealand cricket. It is however the first we have reviewed on CW – it won’t be the last

April16

Cricket Cartoons

by:
mailey

Wisden apart, there is not much in cricket literature as collectable as Arthur Mailey’s light hearted tour publications, as Martin can explain

April03

Creepy

by:
jpcrawley

Perhaps he didn’t turn out to be quite as good a batsman as his early career suggested he might become, but John Crawley certainly wasn’t helped by the way England teams were selected in the 1990s. In this feature Martin looks back at a career that might have disappointed at times, but which contained its share of highlights.

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