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Bevan Congdon was one of the most influential cricket players of his generation.

Bevan Congdon – The Forgotten Cricketing Legend Who Inspired a Generation

Bevan Congdon was one of the most influential cricket players of his generation. He was known for his graceful batting style and his ability to inspire others on the field. After a successful career playing for New Zealand, Congdon...
When Sachin Tendulkar was inducted among the reserves of the Bombay team last year, many cricket experts felt that he was being rushed into big cricket.

Sachin Tendulkar The Young Prodigy

When Sachin Tendulkar was inducted among the reserves of the Bombay team last year (1987), many cricket experts felt that he was being rushed into big cricket. I personally felt the same last year. How wrong the so-called ‘pundits...
In this 1998 article, when Pakistan’s ex-Test spinner Nasim ul Ghani has been active on the cricket front in various capacities even after bidding farewell to the game, including as the head of the Selection Committee.

Development the Name of the Game by Nasim ul Ghani

In this 1998 article, when Pakistan’s ex-Test spinner Nasim ul Ghani has been active on the cricket front in various capacities even after bidding farewell to the game, including as the head of the Selection Committee. His latest assignment...
Left Handed Andy Flower was low-profile, in search of recognition and driven by passion. The Zimbabweans commit themselves to their country and the flag.

Andy Flower – Zimbabwe First Superstar Batsman

The cricket player is not an actor on a stage, merely a personality to be lost in the creation of a poet's brain or a playwright's mind; he is himself the poet and the playwright. - A.E. Knight, The Complete...
Faisalabad Test 19877-88 – England Manager Peter Lush tries to bring Shakoor Rana and Mike Gatting together, however Umpire Shakeel Khan looks on. You can also see Neil Fairbrother in the background.

The Infamous Mike Gatting and Shakoor Rana Incident

The Infamous Mike Gatting and Shakoor Rana Incident - England team arrived in the middle of October 2000 for a tour of Pakistan. It was the first since the Mike Gatting famous brawl with umpire Shakoor Rana during the...
Alan Ward would have made a perfect foil for John Snow had he been a faster right-arm bowler during his era.

Alan Ward – Fast Bowler Made a Perfect Foil for John Snow

Alan Ward would have made a perfect foil for John Snow had he been a faster right-arm bowler during his era. Derbyshire, Border, and Leicestershire Not many very tall fast bowlers have survived for long in top-class cricket, and...
THE SIGHT of Kerry O’Keeffe as one of Australia’s main bowlers in England signifies more than this spinner’s personal comeback from two years out of Test cricket.

Kerry O’Keeffe – Expected To Be The Next Big Leg-Spinning Star in 1970’s

THE SIGHT of Kerry O’Keeffe as one of Australia’s main bowlers in England signifies more than this spinner’s personal comeback from two years out of Test cricket. In the crowds at Lord’s and Old Trafford were people who had...
It is indisputable that Wasim Akram is greatest left-arm fast bowler there has been. At his peak, he had the speed to trouble the best batsman in the world.

Wasim Akram – Indisputable Greatest Left-arm Fast Bowler

It is indisputable that Wasim Akram is the greatest left-arm fast bowler there has been. At his peak, there was no question that he had the speed to trouble the best batsman in the world. But he also used...

Qasim Umer – The Talented Crowd Pleaser

A very strange case of Qasim Umer by Pete Hook assesses Pakistan's chances of success in England in 1987. The Pakistanis deserve every success they get because not only do they have to defeat their opponents, but they also...
Gerry Sobers – The Brother of Gary Sobers

Gerry Sobers – The Brother of Gary Sobers

Gerry Sobers – The Brother of Gary Sobers. The presence of G. Sobers among the leading run-getters in the North Staffordshire League last season might well have puzzled the admirers of the great West Indies all-rounder. Many varied and...