Martin Chandler - ARTICLES

June04

Caught in the Middle

by:
Procterbook

Some cricketers lives are more interesting than others – on a scale of 1 to 10 Mike Procter’s was about 9.5 – does his new autobiography do it justice?

May28

Endean

by:
endean

Biographies of cricket’s lesser lights are often more satisfying than those that tell the stories of the game’s superstars, and this life of South African Russell Endean is certainly an example

April30

Swift Underhand

by:
swift underhand

The CricketWeb review team is always prepared to take a bit of criticism when it’s properly due, but we won’t have anyone accuse us of favouring the mainstream of cricket publishing in our choice of books

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

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