Dave Wilson - ARTICLES


Frank Worrell


This weekend Dave Wilson lends his support to the review team with a timely look at a biography of one of the leading candidates for the title of the greatest of all West Indian sportsmen


Not Bad for a Club Cricketer – Marcus Trescothick tames the Proteas


When most England cricket fans think of 2005, their thoughts turn immediately to the great Ashes series which took place during the British summer of that year. However, in the preceding South African summer, Marcus Trescothick gave us a taste of things to come in Johannesburg. In Masterly Batting, author James Mettyear recalled the events leading to what the creators of that book determined to be the seventh best Test century of all time, and CricketWeb is proud to feature that essay in its entirety.


Cricketing Myths

CB Fry - was he really offered the Kingdom of Albania?

Following on from Martin’s piece on Big Hitting,, guest writer Patrick Ferriday provides some insight to other cricketing myths.


Hobbsy: A Life in Cricket


Hobbsy: A life in Cricket – the biography of former England, Essex and Glamorgan leg spinner Robin Hobbs – by Rob Kelly, was published in 2018 by Von Krumm Publishing. Cricketweb is delighted to feature an extract from Rob’s fine book.