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- Transworld 2011; US$ 21.14
Never before has the whole world of cricket been collected in one, really quite large volume. Les Scott has collected a lifetime of anecdotes, records, quotes and cuttings to make The Essential Cricket Book . With a century of sections detailing everything from balls and slips to pavilions, umpires and teas; all the Test-playing nations, first-class... more...
- Ebury Publishing 2010; US$ 15.50
WISDEN'S THE LAWS OF CRICKET sets out in full the text of the new laws of cricket, 42 in number (with permission of the MCC which own the copyright in them). For each law it provides a commentary covering the reasons for any changs, explaining the background, and highlighting how they are likely to affect the way the game is played at every level.... more...
- Quiller 2009; US$ 29.09
<p>A celebration of three decades of cricket and a unique insight into the world of radio and broadcasting. Test Match Special is both a sporting and broadcasting institution that has become synonymous with the British summertime. Since its first live broadcast back in 1957 it has proudly lived up to its original slogan 'Don't miss a... more...
- McClelland & Stewart 2011; US$ 16.95
Every winter, in hockey arenas across North America, as soon as the kids step onto the ice, the abuse begins. Coaches yell at the players, parents yell at the coaches, and everyone yells at the referees. After nearly a decade of coaching youngsters, Ed Arnold decided he wanted kids to learn the fundamentals of hockey but he also wanted them to have... more...
- Hardie Grant Books 2007; US$ 11.50
In this, his first book, Mike Hussey reveals how he made the transformation from talented teenager to sporting superhero. Whether dashing English Ashes dreams at home or shining in oneday colours, Hussey is a batsman and cricketer of outstanding ability, versatility and class. Hugely popular, Hussey's legendary passion for cricket and commitment... more...
- Hardie Grant Books 2010; US$ 17.50
From 1993 to 2008 the Australian cricket team reached the highest of heights. They won three world cups in a row and sixteen consecutive test matches. They continually dominated England in the Ashes, destroyed the once great West Indies, who had defeated them constantly, and outplayed South Africa and India, both at home and abroad. The 2003 and 2007... more...
- Hardie Grant Books 2010; US$ 24.95
From Australias first Test cricket captain Dave Gregory, through to the current captain Ricky Ponting, Malcolm Knoxs new book tells the colourful story of how Australian cricket has evolved since its earliest days, how the captain has influenced or stood apart from that evolution, and how the captaincy itself has changed over time.... more...
- Elliott & Thompson 2010; US$ 8.47
From the early days of Test cricket to the immortalised handshake offered by Andrew Flintoff to Brett Lee in the Ashes series 2005, cricket has a history of extraordinary moments that embody everything that sets the game apart from any other. The Spirit of Cricket remembers some of the outstanding performances, captivating matches and remarkable incidents... more...
- Random House 2011; US$ 16.91
The great C L R James once asked: 'What do they know of cricket who only cricket know?' For some of us answering that can keep you awake at night. Soumya Bhattacharya knows this: he has a steady job, a loving wife, a daughter he dotes on. But most of all he has cricket. Or perhaps more accurately: cricket has him. Ever since he can remember, he's... more...