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The Wisden Cricketer - May 2008

From Grace to Hick

Aug 2, 2008: How the other 24 beat Mark Ramprakash to the landmark

Patrick Kidd

More hitting out of the park

Feb 20, 2008: A look at another 11 cricketers who enjoyed taking the aerial route

Martin Williamson and Andrew Miller

The best of modern cricket writing

The simplest art

Jul 24, 2004: The July issue of Wisden Asia Cricket was a celebration of modern cricket writing, with 15 of the best writers in the game selected their favourite piece of cricket writing by a modern cricket writer

Ian McDonald

Swanton's Scrapbook - May, 1976

A return to normality

Jun 24, 2004: In the May 1976 issue of The Cricketer, EW Swanton looked back thirty years to the first full summer after the war

EW Swanton

All out for 25

Jul 2, 2003: 1969 The day David slayed Goliath

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Hurricane Sanath

Jun 30, 2003: 1969 He may not be in the best of form right now, but Sanath Jayasuriya , who was born today, has left his mark on the cricket world with a series of stunning assaults

Wisden Cricinfo staff


Jan 28, 2001:

Cricket's Hall of Fame welcomes five new members

Jul 3, 2000: The FICA PricewaterhouseCoopers International Cricket Awards Dinner at the Grosvenor House Hotel on 3rd July 2000 saw the induction of five new members to cricket's Hall of Fame


Surrey v Old England, The Oval, May 23, 1946

A great day at The Oval

1947: The King and some 15,000 enthusiasts attended the one-day match arranged to celebrate the Centenary of the Surrey County Cricket Club and of Kennington Oval as a cricket ground

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


Frank Woolley

1911: FRANK EDWARD WOOLLEY was born at Tonbridge on May 27th, 1887, and thus has the best of qualifications to play for Kent

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