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Paul Barry

At first there were nerves and chubbiness. Then came wild soaring legbreaks, followed by fame and flippers. For a long while there were women, then a bookmaker,...

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Gulu Ezekiel

Captain Cool is the story of M.S.Dhoni, Indian cricket's poster boy; it is also the heartwarming account of the life of a young man who won India the World ...

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Herschelle Gibbs

There’s something about Herschelle Gibbs – a certain quality that has endeared him to cricket fans in South Africa and around the world. Despite the...

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Rahul Bhattacharya

A cricketing romp through Pakistan In early 2004, the Indian cricket team set out for Pakistan. Pundits describes the subsequent tour, detailing the matches,...

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Bakhtiar K Dadabhoy

Did you know that Allan Border and Steve Waugh crossed the milestone of 10,000 Test runs on the same day, ten years apart, and on the same ground? Find out when...

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David Shepherd

David Shepherd is the world's most senior and respected cricketing umpire. For more than 20 years he has umpired tests, county games and one-day matches eve...

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Garry Sobers

Garry Sobers is a cricketing legend, the greatest all-rounder of all time. In this revealing and honest autobiography, Sobers talks about his upbringing and abo...

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Steve Waugh

Rarely does a truly great player reveal as much of himself and his sport as does Steve Waugh in his long awaited autobiography. Out of my Comfort Zone is a fran...

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Gautam Bhimani

In cricket, the reverse sweep stroke epitomizes unorthodoxy. It also symbolizes bravado. Sometimes foolhardiness. Most of all, it suggests a sense of adventure....

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Sharad Laxman Dhage

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Gulu Ezekiel

In the twelve years that he has been in the public eye, Sachin Tendulkar has been explosive on the cricket field and just as reticent off it. He was barely fift...

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Aakash Chopra

When Aakash Chopra started to write his diary in September 2007, he had no idea that it was going to be an extraordinary year, both for him personally, and for ...

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