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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


The last great single-wicket contest

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

Martin Williamson


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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