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Whatever happened to single-wicket cricket?

Sep 22, 2016: Reliving a format that was once a rage in 19th century England, at historic Broadhalfpenny Down in Hambledon

Jon Hotten

The world T20 created

Feb 22, 2016: From international disaster to game-changer, cricket's shortest format has come a long way in the last 13 years

Jon Hotten

O runner, where art thou?

Jul 3, 2011: Following the ICC's ban on runners, we pay tribute to the hardworking breed of men who provided cricket with some of its quirkiest moments

Siddhartha Talya

1846

The last great single-wicket contest

May 3, 2008: When Alfred Mynn and Nicholas Felix went head-to-head

Martin Williamson

1836

Mynn's majestic innings - and the birth of leg-guards

Dec 18, 2004: Alfred Mynn, one of the early giants of the game, played a famous innings at Leicester in 1836

Debashish Biswas

September 13, 1963

Alfred Mynn - the mighty man of rustic Kent

May 16, 2004: It is surely surprising that this is the first full biography of Alfred Mynn

The Cricketer - September 1963

Single-wicket again

Sep 1, 1963: GD Martineau recalls some historic single-wicket encounters of the 18th and 19th centuries

August 1961

Vital statistics

Aug 1961: History appears to have been made when Anthony Allom walked on to the field representing the Free Foresters against Oxford University last June

H S Scales
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