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Tantrums and brilliance: why WG Grace was the first modern sportsman
ACQ Magazine

Tantrums and brilliance: why WG Grace was the first modern spo...

In the centenary of the cricketer's death, Grace's biographer argues that it's time to take his legacy seriously In 1887 a Scottish whisky merchant called Methven Brownlee mistakenly wrote that WG Grace was educated at Rudgway House school in ... ACQ Magazine, 5 days ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Arthur Morris: Invincible batsman wasn't afraid to go over the top

Arthur Morris 19222015 Arthur Morris didn't mind being overshadowed by Don Bradman; sometimes he even enjoyed it. Occasionally asked what he was doing when Bradman, in his last test innings, was famously bowled for a duck, Morris would say he was ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago Obituary: Arthur Morris 1922-2015  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago Vale Arthur Morris  Northern Territory News1 week ago
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WA Today

A chat with the late great Arthur Morris

One of the best: Arthur Morris four years ago with cricket memorabilia at his home. Photo: Natalie Grono This article first appeared in The Sunday Age in December 2011 after Greg Baum spoke to Australia's oldest living Test cricketer, Arthur Morris.
 WA Today1 week ago Baum's interview with Arthur Morris: The old and the beautiful  Canberra Times1 week ago Greg Baum's interview with Arthur Morris in 2011: The old and the beautiful  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago
Canberra Times

Australia's Ashes performance not the only cricket joke

"Cricket," George Bernard Shaw wrote, "is a game played by 11 fools and watched by 11,000 fools." There's no question who those fools were last Thursday: Australia found themselves the butt of 1000 jokes on Twitter and in the newspapers after ...
 Canberra Times3 weeks ago Cricket and comedy go together - and not just in Australia's Ashes performance  WA Today3 weeks ago Cricket: as much shooting from the lip as the smack of leather on willow  Sydney Morning Herald3 weeks ago
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'OSullevan brought gentlemanly charm to horse racing'

Few can truly claim to be the voice of a sport; perhaps David Coleman for athletics; maybe Murray Walker for F1; more confidently Id suggest John Arlott for cricket; but I will see off all gainsayers who deny Sir Peter OSullevan was not that voice ...
 ITV.com1 month ago

Technological nirvana isn't a fun thing

In the mock-serious business of sport, to reduce is not necessarily to reveal, writes Nirmal Shekar. Albert Einstein, the most celebrated scientist of the 20th century, has been quoted as saying that understanding physics was child's play compared ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

PS4 NPL: Age Grade Review - Round 14

PLAYSTATION 4 NATIONAL PREMIER LEAGUES: CAPITAL FOOTBALL UNDER-20 ROUND 14 - REVIEW Senior NTC took a firm grip on the League Championships standings with a comprehensive 6-1 destruction of Belconnen United at McKellar Park on Saturday ...
 Noodls1 month ago PS4 NPL: Age Grade Review Round 13  Noodls2 months ago
NDTV

Lord's, the magical home of cricket, provides many vibrant memories | Greg Chappell

published less than 1 hour ago The august venue has a special place in the heart of the former Australia captain, both from his childhood and later as a county and Ashes Test playerWith another Lord's Test about to commence it is worth ...
 NewsOnFeeds.com1 month ago
Mid Day

The Ashes: Mitchell Johnson gets his worst Test bowling figures ever

Cardiff: Mitchell Johnson was positively a beast in the Ashes Down Under in 2013-14. A sledgehammer with the red cherry, brutalizing the English batsmen with searing pace and short-pitched deliveries, Johnson took 37 wickets and had fans far and ...
 Mid Day1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Pakistan are as unpredictable as this headline. Potato

Far too often the cricket-obsessed country is left frustrated by the side's unpredictability. PHOTO: AFP And they have gone and done it again. A target of 377. A pitch threatening to deteriorate, providing movement with the new ball and spin off ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago
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