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10 for 10

The tale of Hedley's ten

Jun 23, 2014: A absorbing account of a universally loved cricketer and the impressive bowling feat he achieved eight decades ago

Ivo Tennant

Verity's war

Apr 9, 2013: Tracing the story of the great English bowler's time as a commander leading a battalion against the Germans in Sicily

James Holland

Hedley Verity

Rock of Yorkshire

Oct 10, 2009: Verity, he of the marvellous length and unerring direction, had one of the most acute brains in the history of the game

Alan Hill

A tour diary

Bodyline timeline - March to May 1933

Oct 19, 2007: A day-by-day account of the 1932-33 Bodyline series ... the final exchanges

Martin Williamson

A tour diary

Bodyline timeline - February 1933

Oct 19, 2007: A day-by-day account of the 1932-33 Bodyline series ... February 1933

Martin Williamson

A tour diary

Bodyline timeline - January 1933

Oct 19, 2007: A day-by-day account of the 1932-33 Bodyline series ... January 1933

Martin Williamson

A tour diary

Bodyline timeline - November 1932

Oct 19, 2007: A day-by-day account of the 1932-33 Bodyline series ... November 1932

Martin Williamson

A tour diary

Bodyline timeline - July - October 1932

Oct 19, 2007: A day-by-day account of the 1932-33 Bodyline series ... July to October 1932

Martin Williamson

Cricinfo XI

Ten out of ten

Jul 26, 2007: Last Sunday Durham's Otis Gibson took all ten wickets in Hampshire's first innings, the 79th instance in first-class cricket. Here are some of the others

Martin Williamson

A tour diary

Bodyline timeline - December 1932

Oct 19, 2006: A day-by-day account of the 1932-33 Bodyline series ... December 1932

Martin Williamson

The best Ashes bowling

Scattered stumps and hexed batsmen

Jul 29, 2005: Andrew Miller picks out the finest bowling in Anglo-Australian history

Andrew Miller

England ready to end the 71-year wait

A history of Lord's

Jul 20, 2005: Tomorrow morning, England begin their long-anticipated Ashes series against Australia at the spiritual home of cricket, Lord's.

Will Luke

Wisden Cricket Monthly, June 1981

'It all came down to the follow-on'

Jul 18, 2005: Les Ames, England's famous pre-war batsman­wicketkeeper, recalls the 1934 Lord's Tes

England v Australia, 2nd Test, Lord's, June 1934

Aussies bamboozled

Mar 4, 2005: The last time England beat Australia in a Lord's Test was in 1934

April 1968

The last gallant steps of Hedley Verity

Apr 1, 2004: July 31, next Saturday, is the day on which twenty-five years ago Hedley Verity died of wounds, a prisoner of war in Italy

End of an amazing series

Sep 1, 2003: 1981 The last day of an astonishing series didn't live up to what had gone on before (the draw at The Oval confirmed England's 3-1 win over Australia) - but several players had cause for satisfaction

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Laker's match

Jul 31, 2003: 1956 History was made at Old Trafford when Jim Laker took his 19th wicket in the fourth Test against Australia, including all ten wickets in the second innings

Wisden CricInfo staff

One-armed bandit

Jul 14, 2003: 1984 At Headingley , the beginning of a swift and famous one-handed demolition job

Wisden CricInfo staff

Zero Sum

Jul 12, 2003: 1975 Thirteen men have bagged a pair on their Test debut, but only one in an Ashes Test in the 20th century

Wisden CricInfo staff

He should have been a paceman

Jul 4, 2003: 1929 Birth of a left-arm spinner whose career makes Phil Tufnell's look boring

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