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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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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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Rodney Hartman

Ali Bacher has been described at the best-known cricket official in the world and, as such, has attracted as much admiration as opprobrium. He is considered to ...

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Laura Hillenbrand

1. Seabiscuit grew so popular as a cultural icon that in 1938, he commanded more space in American newspapers than any other public figure. Considering the temp...

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George Peper

It is the "Philosopher's Stone", the "Holy Grail", the key to a dazzling new world. No, it's far more important than that - it is &q...

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Piloo Reporter

In this book, Piloo Reporter takes us through his eventful journey as an umpire, a journey that commenced at the club level in the early 1960s and culminated in...

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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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Mel Sole

The next best thing to paying a pro to stand at your side is to learn from a frame-by-frame pictorial with step-by-step captions that break down every stance, s...

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John Wooden & Steve Jamison

Sports Illustrated declared: "There has never been a finer coach in American sports than John Wooden. Nor a finer man." ESPN selected him as the "...

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Lawrence S Ritter

Here is a thrilling, nostalgia-filled and candid look inside the game of baseball-from the dugout to the field manager's office-by the men who made it all h...

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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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