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Amazing & Extraordinary Facts: Cricket

by Brian Levison

This essential companion for all cricket lovers documents the illustrious history of the gentleman's game. It is crammed full of fascinating feats, sticky wickets and intriguing trivia, so even if you don't...


C.T.Studd - Cricketer and Pioneer

by Norman P. Grubb

C.T.Studd - Cricketer and Pioneer By Norman P. Grubb. Originally published in 1933. A fascinating biography of an english country gentleman and cricketer who becomes a devoted missionary. Contents Include Foreword...


The Ashes: Player by Player

by Pat Morgan

The trophy has changed hands regularly over the decades, with the two countries greatest players giving their all to establish the upper hand, although the urn said to be contain the true Ashes resides at Lords....


Cricket As I See It

by Allan Border

The forthright, fascinating and informed views and thoughts on world cricket by former Australian captain, Allan 'A.B.' Border.


Learn To Play Cricket: Teach Yourself

by Mark Butcher

Learn to Play Cricket: Teach Yourself is the essential guide for cricketers of all ages who want to improve their all-round skills and player performance. Written by Mark Butcher, Captain of Surrey County Cricket...


Playing It My Way: My Autobiography

by Sachin Tendulkar

The greatest run-scorer in the history of cricket, Sachin Tendulkar retired in 2013 after an astonishing 24 years at the top. The most celebrated Indian cricketer of all time, he received the Bharat Ratna Award...


10 for 10

by Chris Waters

Hedley Verity was one of Yorkshire and England's greatest cricketers. In a career that ran from 1930 to 1939, the left-arm spin bowler took 1,956 wickets at an average of 14.90. Verity was chiefly responsible...


The Amazing Test Match Crime

by Adrian Alington

All England waited with passionate eagerness for the final match to be played at the Oval. For this was to be played to a finish and would decide the fate of the Ashes.

It is 1938 and England is brimming with...


The Wisden Guide to International Cricket 2014

by Steven Lynch

With Tests and One Day Internationals now joined by Twenty20 games, there is more international cricket than ever before. These games captivate a television audience of tens of millions throughout the year and...


My Favourite Cricketer

by John Stern

My Favourite Cricketer features a selection of the finest writing taken from The Wisden Cricketer magazine. Top-quality sports writers and celebrated cricket fans fondly recall their most admired player past...


The Shorter Wisden 2014: The Best Writing from Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2014

by Bloomsbury Publishing

The Shorter Wisden is a compelling distillation of what's best in its bigger brother. Available from all major eBook retailers, Wisden's digital version includes the influential Notes by the Editor, all the...


The Victory Tests

by Mark Rowe

One minute before 7pm on Tuesday, May 22, 1945 a packed Lord's roared as Australia beat England in the last over of the first Victory Test. A fortnight after Victory in Europe, the result did not matter -- only...


A History of Cricket in 100 Objects

by Gavin Mortimer

Once the preserve of the English, now, for nations the world over, summertime means cricket bats to be oiled, rain forecasts analysed and tea in the pavilion.

Cricket has enthralled us since the seventeenth...


The Rebel Tours

by Peter May

In 1968, cricket was at the forefront of global opposition to apartheid as the Basil D'Oliveira affair proved a watershed in the sporting boycott against South Africa. Upon the fall of that government 22 years...


Bradman & the Summer That Changed Cricket

by Christopher Hilton

Sir Donald Bradman is widely considered to be the greatest batsman who has ever lived. In 1930 he arrived in England, a callow youth whose lack of technique, or so the English thought, would be mercilessly exposed....


Playing Hard Ball: County Cricket and Big League Baseball

by E.T. Smith

PLAYING HARD BALL is a unique sports book, a cultural comparison of two national games - cricket, English in origin and American baseball - written from the viewpoint of a top-class practitioner of both codes....


How to Catch a Cricket Match

by Harry Ricketts

How do you deliver a "googly" or make chin music? What are a beamer, a flipper, a corker, and a jaffa? What do a bunny, a cherry, a dolly and a royal golden duck have to do with sports? Readers will discover...


The Ultimate Guide to Weight Training for Cricket

by Rob Price

The Ultimate Guide to Weight Training for Cricket is the most comprehensive and uptodate cricketspecific training guide in the world today. It contains descriptions and photographs of nearly 100 of the most...


Not Dark Yet: A very funny book about a very serious game

by Mike Harfield & David Lloyd

Spiced with humour, the tales of epic encounters at Clifton Hampden are told alongside more modest affairs at Lords, Headingley and OldTrafford.


Cricket's Greatest Rivalry: A History of the Ashes in 10 Matches

by Simon Hughes

'Hughes takes us on a breathless tour through cricket history, the great players, personalities, matches and events. He never slackens pace or dwells on the dry details of the scoreboard.' - The Times From...