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Cricket Trivia, the first book of its kind, is full of interesting nuggets of information. Capturing the thrill of the game, the book is a must-buy for all cric...

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Mihir Bose

On 24 August 1971 - "The Day the Elephant came to the Oval" - India, under the captaincy of A.L. Wadekar, won her first Test match against England in ...

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Kapil Dev

Thereafter, he touched the pinnacle of glory with the bowling feat of breaking Sir Richard Hadlee's record in 1994. With his single-mindedness to scale unpr...

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Gulu Ezekiel

Maharaj to his family, Lord Snooty to his county mates in Lancashire and Dada to his team, 29 years old Sourav Ganguly has in the past few years rewritten the r...

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Duncan Fletcher

The 2005 Ashes series was the most eagerly anticipated for decades. Not since 1987 had the famous urn left the hands of the all-conquering Australians, but with...

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Margaret Geddes

Despite all the words written about him, Sir Donald Bradman has long been something of an enigma. A prisoner of his own fame, he valued his privacy more than an...

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Stephen Green

Containing over 150 illustrations, many of which are taken from the extensive galleries and archives of Lord's itself, together with modern photography from...

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Edward Griffiths

Timed to coincide with the ICC Cricket World Cup 2003 in South Africa this book begins with an account of the 2003 final in Johannesburg. Edward Griffiths then ...

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Keith Fletcher & Ivo Tennant

A frank assessment of the past, present and future of the game from the first cricketer to have captained and coached the England team. The personalities and co...

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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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Partab Ramchand

In the secular polity that we know as India, there is one religion that has always reigned supreme Cricket. From its fledgling days in the Thirties, through the...

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