The Summer Game, as Neville Cardus so aptly described cricket, was always meant to be elitist. It began as a pastime for ladies in England in the days when, somewhat like children, they were meant to be seen and not heard. Perhaps that's where the ... Financial Express Bangladesh, 2 months ago
He was the most exciting cricketer in England but a car crash in 1969 led to the loss of his left eye and subsequent self-destruction. Milburn's remarkable story will be told in a new play which begins at Northampton's County Ground On a June day in ...The Guardian, 2 days ago
There are disappointingly few links between Bob Dylan and cricket. There is, of course, Bob Willis famously adding a middle name in adoration, but there appears no record of the new Nobel Prize winner for Literature ever viewing the game, let alone ...Firstpost.com, 6 days ago
Prev By Kersi Meher-Homji| Posted 59 minutes ago From mid-day archives: WhenSydney-based cricket historian Kersi Meher-Homji paida special tribute to Mumbai batsman Vijay Merchant... He was considered India's finest opening batsman till ...Mid Day, 1 week ago
Mystery spinners are far from new to the game but the puzzle they pose is an enduring one Shaggy dogs and mystery spinners Not many remember, now, the extraordinary story of Tom Spedegue, and how he won the Ashes for England, though it was the ...The Guardian, 1 week ago
Id gone there in 58 to play cricket. It's not a place to be scoffed at, says Feluda very early on in Baadshahi Angti , Satyajit Ray's first full-length story involving the iconic detective. The reference was to Lucknow, where the story is set.MSN News US, 2 weeks ago
Prev By Wriddhaayan Bhattacharyya| Posted 6 hours Ahead of his biopic, Captain Cool's friends and coach recall the wonder years MS Dhoni during a training session. Pic/AFP Renowned English writer Sir Neville Cardus once said, "A true ...Mid Day, 1 month ago
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