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    A Long Half Hour

    A Long Half Hour

    To mark the release of a new book by Stephen Chalke we are pleased to be able to feature a fine example of his writing.

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    Some good tales about 'Bomber' - a great character of the game, and worse bowlers have played for England.

    His obit in the 2009 Wisden actually relates a lot of those, leading me to wonder if it was written by Chalke. The two collaborated in his autobiography, One More Run.

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    Does Stephen Chalke know you've put an apostrophe in "writers" on the first line?

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