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March19

The 2016 Pakistan Tour of the UK

by:
battersby

The weather is getting warmer and, albeit in the UAE, the English season is beginning so, with much good cricket expected, what better place to start than a reminder that the season just gone was a pretty good one

March12

Worthy Causes Both

by:
redroseworthy

Six Tyldesley’s have turned out for Lancashire, two brothers from Roe Green and four from Westhoughton – three were Test players. This booklet concerns itself in the main with one who wasn’t, but perhaps should have been

March05

God’s Forgotten Cricketers

by:
rsz_odendaal

This week Martin reviews something that is still not very common, a cricket book published in South Africa. By the way, not that we’re running short or anything, but if any of our readers would like to submit a review for publishing on the site we would be delighted to receive it,

February26

Pietersen on Cricket

by:
kponcricket

Kevin Pietersen is almost the forgotten man of English cricket these days, but not so long ago he was the biggest draw in the land and in demand with his publisher – is his 2015 book worth a look?

February05

Scott Mason – A Memoir

by:
Scott Mason

Readers will have noticed long ago that at CricketWeb we are always willing to look outside the mainstream of cricket publishing, and Rick Smith’s latest project proves once again that it is a wise policy to do so

February05

Javed, The Prince of Wales

by:
Javed

It is remarkable how some cricket watching experiences never dim in our minds – they are stories that should be shared, and David Battersby’s latest offering shows just how easy it is to do that