The Glorious Ashes traces the history of Anglo-Australian rivalry back to the days of Grace and Spofforth, and the great Test match of 1882 in which both men took part. And it brings the legend right up to date with an in-depth review of each of the last two series.
The new edition of David Friths admirable biography of Australias tragically short-lived batting prodigy, which was first published in a limited edition in 1974 and a has been a collectors item ever since.
This book provides detailed statistical and biographical information on the 100 greatest cricketers 50 English and 50 Australian to have battled for their country. Each of them has ensured the legend of the Ashes will never die.
Chris Arnot goes in search of the boundary ropes from around the country to relive the time when the greats of the international game including Glenn McGrath and Ian Botham lit up summer's afternoons at the summer cricket festivals.
This remarkable book of cricket was first published over 100 years ago in 1865, and gives miscellaneous reflections, historical and contemporary, on cricket down to 1864 and is compiled from a series of papers contributed to London Society in 1863 and 1864.
A day-by-day account of one of the most remarkable matches in the history of the County Championship, between Warwickshire and Hampshire at Edgbaston, 14-16 June 1922, with biographies of all the cricketers who played in the match.
A record of unusual cricket curiosities which have taken place in all forms of cricket, this fascinating work was originally published in 1897, is now reprinted in exact facsimile, with an introduction by Irving Rosenwater.
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Former England captain and impeccably stylish batsman David Gower, himself inducted into cricket's Hall of Fame, here takes a leap of faith and names his 50 greatest players of all time.
These days almost every weather-truncated one-day match throughout the world is decided by the Duckworth Lewis method; this book tells the story behind it; how it came into being and how the two were sometimes pilloried in the media after commentators and correspondents failed to understand the logic behind it.