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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


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


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


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


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


Plum Warner

1904: MR

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