Feb 19, 2005: In the days before television coverage was a given at almost every international match anywhere in the world, many controversial incidents, which would now be endlessly replayed and analysed were hardly even commented upon
Jul 10, 2003: 1949 In Bombay, one of the greatest openers of all time is born
The Denness affair 2002
Feb 1, 2002: R Mohan reports on the Indian reactions to the crisis which threatened the game's world order
Nov 22, 2001: It is a sad day for cricket
Nov 21, 2001: The United Cricket Board of South Africa has made every effort to ensure that the third Castle Lager / MTN Test match at Centurion goes ahead successfully
Nov 21, 2001: South Africa's cricket authorities have appealed to the Board of Control for Cricket in India to go ahead with the third Test match which is due to start at SuperSport Park on Friday
Nov 20, 2001: International Cricket Council match referee Mike Denness confirmed the punishments handed down to six Indian Test players relating to incidents in the second Test match against South Africa in Port Elizabeth, but refused to elaborate on his decisions
Apr 11, 2001: Following a meeting with the South African manager, Goolam Rajah; the captain, Shaun Pollock; and Herschelle Gibbs, the Match Referee, Mike Denness, has reprimanded Gibbs and has issued a warning to him for his conduct for the remainder of this tour
Sep 25, 2000: Mike Denness has opened a new indoor academy in Scotland
Assault On The Ashes by Christopher Martin-Jenkins
Aug 1, 1975: EW Swanton reviews Assault On The Ashes by Christopher Martin-Jenkins
CRICKETER OF THE YEAR 1975
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