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Driven: The Virat Kohli Story
What makes Virat Kohli the undisputed monarch of the cricket world today is not his iconic status in the sports hierarchy but that the highest praise comes from the opposition camp and past greats.
Know the Game Complete Skills : Cricket
The Know the Game: Complete Skills series is a perfect introduction to a sport for every budding player. Each book aims to teach young players the basic skills they need to start enjoying the sport, by giving them plenty of simple practice drills and showing how the star players do it. Clearly i...
WHAT Did You Say Stopped Play?: 25 Years of the Wisden Chronicle
Engel, Matthew (Edt)
It's normal for rain to stop play in cricket. But that's not all: flying objects, passing dictators, animals of all kinds including a very improbable tiger--they have all had the same effect. But even when the game keeps going, cricket is a magnet for the weird and wonderful.For the past quarter-...
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2014 (Large Format Edition)
Booth, Lawrence (Edt)
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Tendulkar in Wisden: An Anthology
Sachin Tendulkar, who retired from playing in 2014, is universally acknowledged as one of the greatest cricketers of all time - and arguably the greatest batsman ever. He is revered throughout India like no other player, and there is intense, constant interest in all things Tendulkar. Tendulkar i...
Benaud in Wisden
Smyth, Rob (Edt)
Richie Benaud, who died this year at age eighty-four, was "perhaps the most influential cricketer and cricket personality since the Second World War," according to Gideon Haigh, the world's best cricket historian. Benaud excelled as a batsman, leg-spin bowler, revolutionary captain, and most of a...
Wisden on Grace - An Anthology
Wisden was first published in 1864, the same year that William Gilbert Grace, then aged 16, made his debut in first-class cricket. The great man made his first appearance in the 1865 edition and two years later Wisden reported his 224 not out against Surrey at The Oval. From then on, W.G. was the...
A truly unique and fascinating look at the changing nature of masculinity and manliness, told through the lens of a series of Yorkshire County Cricket Club player portraits through the ages.George Hirst was a man of his time. His apocryphal quotation "We'll get 'em in singles" epitomises his no-f...
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