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Sixty Summers - Somerset Cricket Since The War by David Foot and Ivan Ponting

A Somerset collection

May 16, 2006: Ivo Tennant reviews Sixty Summers - Somerset Cricket Since The War by David Foot and Ivan Ponting

Ivo Tennant

Penguins Stopped Play by Harry Thompson

Captain Scott and the big freeze

May 16, 2006: Simon Lister reviews Penguins Stopped Play by Harry Thompson

Simon Lister

The Schools' Cricket Almanac 2006
The Preparatory Schools' Cricket Almanac 2006

Looking to the future

May 2, 2006: Martin Williamson reviews The Schools' Cricket Almanac 2006 and the Preparatory Schools' Cricket Almanac

Martin Williamson

Sixty Summers by Peter Cox

An England perspective

Apr 20, 2006: Martin Williamson reviews Sixty Summers: English Cricket Since WW2 by Peter Cox

Martin Williamson

Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2006

Simply the best and biggest

Apr 15, 2006: Michael Billngton reviews the 2006 Wisden Cricketers' Almanack

Michael Billington

English cricket's pocket bible returns

Playfair Cricket Annual 2006

Apr 11, 2006: Martin Williamson reviews the 2006 >I>Playfair Cricket Annual

Martin Williamson

Ken Taylor: Drawn to Sport by Stephen Chalke

Renaissance man

Mar 17, 2006: Jeremy Alexander reviews Ken Taylor: Drawn to Sport by Stephen Chalke

Jeremy Alexander

The Match by Romesh Gunesekera

Discovering the power of cricket

Mar 17, 2006: Gillian Reynolds reviews The Match by Romesh Gunesekera

Gillian Reynolds

Dir. Jean-Francois Pouliot , 108 mins

Seducing Doctor Lewis

Mar 6, 2006: Inhabitants of a poor Canadian island pretend to be cricket-crazy in hope of gaining a resident doctor

Alastair Smart

Alan Hill

Daring Young Men

Mar 6, 2006: Rob Steen reviews Daring Young Men by Alan Hill

Rob Steen

The Hansie Cronje Story: An Authorised Biography

Fall and rise of an icon

Mar 6, 2006: Lawrence Booth reviews The Hansie Cronje Story: An Authorised Biography by Garth King

Lawrence Booth

APA Wykes

Golden Ages at the Fenner's Margin

Feb 1, 2006: A review of Golden Ages at the Fenner's Margin by APA Wykes

Paul Coupar

Steve Waugh

Out of My Comfort Zone: The Autobiography

Feb 1, 2006: Gideon Haigh reviews Out of My Comfort Zone by Steve Waugh

Gideon Haigh

Cricket at the Crystal Palace by Brian Pearce

WG's private party

Jan 27, 2006: Such was the draw of WG Grace that after a public spat with Gloucestershire, who he had captained since its formation in 1870, he was able to move to London and help establish a side that within a year had been given first-class status

Martin Williamson

The Glenn McGrath Barbecue Cookbook

Barbecue with the Master ... or don't bother

Jan 25, 2006:

Peter English

DVD review

Tuffers' Duffers

Jan 23, 2006: The pieces to camera are predictable and cringeworthy but the real problem is the clips themselves which, after all, is what forms the raison d'etre of the product

Martin Williamson

Freddie - The official Andrew Flintoff DVD

Dec 6, 2005: This DVD looks back over Flintoff's Ashes and is another remarkable effort of stamina from the allrounder - it was filmed the day after those bleary-eyed scenes at Trafalgar Square

Andrew McGlashan

Stephen Fay

Tom Graveney at Lord's

Dec 4, 2005:

Martin Williamson

Edited by Jonathan Agnew

Cheltenham and Gloucester Cricket Year

Dec 4, 2005:

Martin Williamson

Mark Ramprakash with Justyn Barnes

Four more weeks

Dec 1, 2005:

Andrew McGlashan
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After spending 15 years in the domestic circuit, Naman Ojha is expected to make his Test debut in the third match, for which, he says, he is not facing additional pressure because of the long wait

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