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A far from straightforward delivery

Jun 23, 2007: Martin Williamson looks at the background to India's Test debut

Martin Williamson


The record that shouldn't have been

Jan 29, 2005: Cricket records are broken fairly regularly, but few in such controversial circumstances as happened at Leyton in 1932

Martin Williamson

White and Wood destroy Lancashire in Roses game

Aug 8, 2001: Craig White and Matthew Wood battered Lancashire in the Old Trafford Roses game with an opening stand of 309 in 65 overs

Colin Evans

England v India, Lord's, June 1932

Jardine spares England's blushes

Jul 2, 1932: The report from The Cricketer in India's first Test, against England at Lord's in June 1932

An Onlooker


Percy Holmes

1920: PERCY HOLMES was born at Oakes, a suburb of Huddersfield, on November 25th, 1887 and, curiously enough, is to a day seven years older than Sutcliffe, with whom he was so closely associated in Yorkshire cricket last season, the two batsmen as a

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