Tag: reviews

  • News

    Book review: Time To Talk by Curtly Ambrose

    Ambrose, dominant as a player but despondent as an observer, consistently rues the decline of West Indian cricket, but punctuates the disappointment with predictions of a return to the top in 15 years.

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  • Australia

    17 key quotes from Barry Richards’ biography

    Former South Africa batsman and Hampshire legend Barry Richards is the subject of a new biography, 'Sundial in the Shade. Here are some key quotes from the tome.

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  • Blog Opinion

    Book review – Sex and Drugs and Rebel Tours: The England Cricket Team in the 1980s

    Peter May finds a new book on England in the 1980s to be informative and entertaining, if short on the promised vice and iniquity.

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  • Blog Opinion

    KP Book Review: Quite Light On Cricket

    Peter Miller read Kevin Pietersen's telling autobiography, despite a plethora of excerpts laden across the internet. It is worth the money, but there isn't enough talk about cricket...

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  • England

    KP book review: Light on cricket, but that’s ok

    The question for the punter isn't whether the stories in are true, but whether it is value for money. Is it worth forking out £20 to buy the hardback when all the juicy bits are in the papers?

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  • Reviews

    Review: The Umpire Strikes Back – cricket-themed slots game

    If the Test match between Australia and South Africa gets rained off, why not try a cricket based online game to keep you occupied?

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  • Features

    Book review: 'Bouch: Through my eyes'

    For Boucher, his life and outlook changed when that bail struck his eye in Taunton in 2012, just three matches away from his 150th Test and retirement. His 'bubble' was broken and the real world flooded in.

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  • Features

    16 key quotes from Mark Boucher's book

    In Mark Boucher's new book, he speaks about topics ranging from cricketing to the political to the humorous. Here are some stand-out quotes.

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  • England

    Book review: An Endangered Species by David Gower

    While Strauss has been doing his best to replay the last calls of his international career, another articulate former captain has put out an interesting tome on his time as player and captain.

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  • Features

    Book review: Pirates Don't Play Cricket…

    Pirates Don't Play Cricket, co-written by former New Zealand bowler Iain O'Brien and maths teacher Rowan Gibson, is an action-packed, detail-filled and educational look at team-work, making new friends and learning how to throw a ball.

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