Dave Wilson - ARTICLES


From Classical to Pop


Wherein Dave Wilson, after almost a decade trying to find the best Test players, turns his beady eye to ODIs.


Topping the ton – the bowler equivalent

Rodney Hogg

This feature follows on from the earlier feature covering batsmen who had managed to notch up consecutive matches scoring at least 100 runs. Here, we look at bowlers who have most often managed to take at least six wickets in a match.


Topping the ton: Part One


In 1912, the great South African all-rounder Aubrey Faulkner achieved something which would not be equaled for almost a century…and no one knew anything about it. Here Dave shines a light.


Supreme Bowling – Part Two

Supreme Bowling cover

Several of CricketWeb’s feature writers have contributed to Patrick Ferriday and Dave Wilson’s latest book, Supreme Bowling, a companion volume to Masterly Batting, which presents 100 great Test bowling performances.

In this second of three extracts Rodney Ulyate and Patrick Ferriday are featured, writing on Allan Donald and Tim Southee respectively.