May09

Evita Burned Down Our Pavilion

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evita

This week we look away from the major centres of the Test playing nations, starting with what seems to be a cracking look at cricket in Latin America

May02

Paddington Boy

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paddingtonboy

David Frith has updated his 1997 autobiography and, Archie having looked at its first incarnation, it is Martin’s turn to review the new edition

May02

Five Famous Cricket Players

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It’s nearly impossible to live or grow up in England, India, New Zealand, West Indies, Australia, or South Africa, without being familiar with cricket. It doesn’t matter if you are an ardent fan of the game or indifferent; cricket is to these regions as football is to some others. The bat-and-ball game has been played since the 17th century in England, and today, it’s the second most popular sport in the world.

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