When we enter the New Year we will be a century on from the year when Australia’s only Test player to lose his life in World War Two was born. Ross Gregory deserves to be remembered much more than he is, and in this feature Martin tells his story.
In 1966 Ken Higgs was England’s most successful bowler England, but his entire international career was to be over within eighteen months. In this feature Martin remembers a man who bears comparison with Maurice Tate and Alec Bedser
In this feature Martin tries to convince the electorate that Frank Foster is worth a vote or two in the forthcoming contest in which Cricketweb will decide who should have the title of the game’s finest all-rounder