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1914

Duty calls

Aug 21, 2009: As losses mounted at the start of World War One, cricket continued to rumble on until the public outcry grew too loud

Martin Williamson

1950

One drink too many

Nov 8, 2008: When two nights out on the town cost Bill Edrich three years of his Test career

Martin Williamson

Cricketing knights

Jun 16, 2007: Cricketers who have received knighthoods

Martin Williamson

1927

The birth of ball-by-ball commentary

May 12, 2007: Martin Williamson on the first ball-by-ball broadcast in England, at Leyton in May 1927

Martin Williamson

1900

The first West Indians

May 5, 2007: WLA Coleman uncovers the story of the first tour of England made by a West Indian side

WLA Coleman

April 1971

Plum Warner

Apr 1, 2004: A tribute to Sir Pelham Warner, the founder of The Cricketer magazine in 1921 - known affectionately as 'Plum' Warner and the 'Grand Old Man' of English cricket

EW Swanton

Obituary

Plum Warner

1964: WARNER, PELHAM FRANCIS, died at West Lavington, near Midhurst, Sussex, on January 30, 1963

Pelham Warner

1921: There have been many greater cricketers than Pelham Warner but none more devoted to the game

CRICKETER OF THE YEAR - 1904

Plum Warner

1904: MR

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