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When I watched Sussex tame the mighty West Indians

Jun 11, 2016: Fifty years ago, West Indies, led by Sobers, seemed unbeatable in England. Over two days in Hove, it was a different story

Patrick Hicks

England v West Indies, 3rd Test, Edgbaston, 4th day

Joyful Tino produces day to remember

Jun 10, 2012: Tino Best came within five runs of immortality and did so with a brilliance that put him up there with anybody in the great litany of Test cricket's unlikely performances

Mark Nicholas

John Snow

The vicar's son, the rebel and the poet

Oct 7, 2008: His style and charisma were natural and irresistible to a ten-year-old back in the 1960s

Alan Lee

Snow and Sunny's argy bargy

Aug 11, 2007: Cricket history is littered with no-nonsense characters, and two of the most single-minded ones came into contact when England met India at Lord's in 1971

Martin Williamson

Antigua Independence Festival 2005

Rolling back the years

Dec 13, 2005: Stephen Thorpe watches some former greats at the Antigua Independence Festival

March 2004

The XI meanest bowlers

Mar 17, 2004: John Stern infiltrates the bowling terrorists

Sussex County Cricket Club

The end of the hundred-year wait

Sep 18, 2003: One of the biggest holes in cricket history has just been filled

Wisden Comment by Steven Lynch

Sydney terror owns up to 1971 incident (30 December 1998)

Dec 30, 1998: SYDNEY, Dec 30 (AFP) - The Australian cricket fan who sparked off crowd trouble which led to England walking off the February 1971 Ashes Test at Sydney has finally owned up


John Snow

1973: Man is born to trouble as the sparks fly upwards and John Augustine Snow, poet, thinker, introvert would surely be one of the last to disagree with the Old Arab proverb

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