Originally Posted by foxymfc
I am reading Many a slip
by Gideon Haigh.
It is a really good account of a club cricket season. I am sure that most club cricketers could relate to most of it.
Yes a funny read
May just be the best cricket writer around at the moment
If you like that one, you may also enjoy Any Old Eleven by Jim Young and/or Confessions of a thirteenth man by John Harms.
Both have a link with Gideon Haigh the first he writes a forward for, and the 2nd he features in, as he is a mate of Harms