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  1. A complete guide to cricket for players and fans alike Whether you’re a budding player or aspiring armchair expert, Cricket For Dummies helps you get to grips with this fascinating sport. Completely revised and updated for the first back-to-back Ashes series in 38 years, this hands-on guide gives you clear explanations of the cricket’s laws, step-by-step explanations of techniques and tactics, and exciting coverage of the tournaments, global rivalries, and great players. Fully revised and updated to chronicle the rise of twenty20 cricket and the IPL, the implementation of DRS, and the changing face of the game Covers cricket basics?the pitch, the laws, the equipment and more Provides an in-depth look at cricket formats Offers a guide to building cricket skills?bowling, batting, and fielding Includes coverage of the best players and the biggest tournaments throughout the world Complete with Top Ten Lists of the greatest cricketers, the most memorable cricket matches, and the biggest controversies, Cricket For Dummies is your one-stop resource on this popular sport.
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  2. In the twenty years since Allan Border retired as Australian cricket captain he’s been one of the game’s closest and most astute observers. His views on cricket – based on his experiences as a player, a captain, a selector and a commentator – are fascinating, forthright and informed by more than three decades of involvement at the game’s highest level. In Cricket as I See It he gives us his wisdom and opinions on the game he loves – from epic Tests, the rising power of India, and the Twenty20 revolution, through to his thoughts on captaincy, and the essential arts of batting, bowling and sledging. He reflects on the great players and contests of his generation, as well as controversies such as the underarm bowling affair, the turbulent events that led to him shouldering the captaincy, the rebel tour of South Africa, Steve Waugh’s dropping as one-day captain, and the divisive ‘Monkeygate’ scandal. With cricket, Allan calls it as he sees it, and the result is a book to be savoured and enjoyed by cricket lovers everywhere.
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  3. One of The Times’ 50 Greatest Sports Books In May 1977, the cricket world awoke to discover that a thirty-nine-year-old Sydney Businessman called Kerry Packer had signed thirty-five elite international players for his own televised `World Series’. The Cricket War is the definitive account of the split that changed the game on the field and on the screen. In helmets, under lights, with white balls, and in coloured clothes, the outlaw armies of Ian Chappell, Tony Greig and Clive Lloyd fought a daily battle of survival. In boardrooms and courtrooms Packer and cricket’s rulers fought a bitter war of nerves. A compelling account of the top-class sporting life, The Cricket War also gives a unique insight into the motives and methods of the man who became Australia’s richest, and remained so, until the day he died. It was the end of cricket as we knew it – and the beginning of cricket as we know it. Gideon Haigh has published over thirty books, over twenty of them about cricket. This edition of The Cricket War, Gideon Haigh’s first book about cricket originally published in 1993, has been updated with new photographs and a new introduction by the author.
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  4. Portable Golf/soccer/cricket Training Target Driving Net Navy
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  5. One day, a little cricket is born and meets a big cricket who chirps his welcome. But the little cricket cannot make a sound. The cricket meets many insects, but it isn’t until he meets a beautiful female cricket that he can finally chirp “hello!” Full color.
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  6. Rich in history and steeped in tradition, the complexities and nuances of cricket, in all forms of the game, have enthralled generations of fans since the days of W.G. Grace and Victor Trumper. The game has changed beyond all recognition from its advent in Victorian times as a mass spectator sport in England and Australia Test cricket has now spread around the world, the 50-over version has become an accepted mainstay and Twenty20 has attracted legions of new fans to the game – but the fundamentals have remained the same: to score more runs and take more wickets than the opposition. In the process, legends have been born and new benchmarks have been set. World Cricket Records is a celebration of almost 150 years of excellence, featuring not only a host of records from all formats of the game (first-class cricket, 50-overs and Twenty20 internationals), but also the stories behind them, and a series of potted biographies of some of the greatest players ever to have walked onto the field to bat, bowl or field. If you ever get into an argument about cricket facts and stats, anywhere in the world, World Cricket Records will not only provide you with the definitive answer, it will also give you loads of additional information that will amaze your audience.
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  7. OneWorld - Floor tripod lamp cricket bat style in natural finish.Features:Dimensions: Length 450mm x Width 450mm x Height 1180mmColour: NaturalGlobe: Globe Not IncludedMaterial: Wood and BrassWeight: 8.0KgsWarranty: 1 Year Warranty
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  8. In the 1860s the game of cricket was hugely popular and often played between neighbouring pastoral stations in Western Victoria. One day at Pine Hills station, a tall aboriginal boy steps out from the phalaris grass and joins in a game of cricket. He shows them all how to play the game with skill, grace and flair. His name was Unaarramin or Johhny Mullagh from Mullagh Station. Touring England, playing for the Melbourne Cricket Club and for his local club the Harrow Cricket Club Johnny Mullaghs achievements in batting and bowling are comparable to the best the game has ever seen. Fifteen years before Test Cricket began, Johnny Mullagh became a true sporting legend, his feats making him one of Australia’s first international cricket stars. A cricketing hero to a white audience, he was also a man caught between two worlds, facing racism and discrimination his entire life. Knockabout Cricket is a fictional account of how Johnny Mullagh may have come to play cricket, told from the perspective of a squatters son. This picture book is supported by historical facts about Knockabout Cricket and Johnnys life from historical documents and newspaper clippings.
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  9. Author and cricket fanatic, Kersi Meher-Homji, exposes the rock star underbelly of cricket, from the “Bodyline” series of 1932-33 to the “Bollyline” series of 2007-08. Through the chucking and ball-tampering accusations and match throwing, the on-field kicking, bribery and drug taking allegations, the gentle game of cricket has shown its other side – the dark, murky one. Going back as far 1877 there are many incidents covered, including the World Series Cricket revolution; the famous underarm incident; how the IPL sizzled and fizzled; how the Doliveira affair dismantled apartheid; and the tragedies of Woolmer and Roebuck.
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  10. Divided Payment Available-Afterpay/Zippay. This Golf Driving Net is a fantastic training aid for all golfers. Featuring durable mesh material with an extra wide opening to secure an optimal safe surrounding for your practice and the target at the centre point of the net provides a focal point for your driving training. The net is lightweight and easy to set up prefect for both indoors and outdoors you can hone your swing anywhere you want. With this golf driving net you can even practice your swing anywhere.
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  11. Extraordinary but true stories from over a century of cricket Cricket’s Strangest Tales is a fascinating collection of cricketing weirdness – and there’s a lot of it to choose from! Within these pages you’ll find a game that was played on ice, meet a plague of flying ants who failed to dampen players’ enthusiasm, and examples of the grand old tradition of one-armed teams versus one-legged teams. The stories in this book are bizarre, fascinating, hilarious, and, most importantly, true. Fully revised, redesigned and updated with a selection of new material for 2016, this book is the perfect gift for the cricket fanatic in your life.
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  12. Trendy feminine cowgirl boot has a urethane foot. Gloved urethane shaft and shaft lining. Cushioned insole with a PVC outsole. Stylish metal toe rand and #3 toe.
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  13. Not sure what the difference is between a Jaffa and a Jaffa Cake? Did you think a century something that happened every hundred years? Well don’t worry, the ‘Cricket Sticker Book’ is here to answer all your cricket-related questions, and provide plenty of sticker fun along the way! Illustrations:Full colour throughout WARNING! Not suitable for children under 36 months because of small parts. Choking Hazard.
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  14. Free Delivery Worldwide : The Cricket and the Shepherd Boy : Paperback : Createspace : 9781453855034 : 1453855033 : 06 Oct 2010 : A young shepherd hears a cricket singing at his feet. The cricket speaks to him and foretells that the coming winter will be both special and especially cold. Then he disappears back into the grass. The winter is indeed especially harsh, but on a star-studded night the cricket and the shepherd boy make their way to a manger huddled low between two hills. There they find a mother and father with a child who radiates light and warmth into the world. This innocent and warmhearted nativity tale is intended...
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  15. Looking to take up a new sport? Or just thinking about ways to keep fit and healthy? This book is a great introduction to all the important cricket skills you’ll need. Full of skills tips and photos showing key techniques, you’ll discover everything – from training to competing – while also finding out something about cricket stars of the past and present.
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  16. An entertaining collection of insider yarns by an Aussie Test cricket legend. In the Test arena, Dennis Lillee wasnever beaten. West Indian champion Viv Richards had taken the sword to all theinternational bowlers of his era. But when he came up against Lillee, it was a heavy-weight fight between unrelenting combatants. Their contests werealways take-no-prisoners affairs.A bowler himself, author Ashley Mallett played 38 Tests during the heyday of Australian cricket in the 1970s and 1980s and has been hailed as one of Australia’s best spinners. His divingleft-handed grab in the gully to dismiss Colin Cowdrey off Lillee at Adelaidein the explosive 1974—75 Ashes summer was a catch for the ages. Now Mallett shares his vast knowledge of the game and its heroes in Great Australian Test Cricket Stories, a collection of fascinating cricket yarns that spans centuries and continents. Stories of famous contests and clashes sit beside personal anecdotes as well as insights and opinion that only an elite cricketer could provide. All the greats get a guernsey, from Victor Trumper, to Keith Miller, Don Bradman, Boycott, Benaud, Border and Warne, in this engrossing read for fans of the game.
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  17. Created especially for the Australian customer! Your guide to understanding all the complexities of the game From the basic skills and drills to the latest techniques, with tips from experts Adam Gilchrist, Damien Fleming and Belinda Clark, this complete reference explains cricket in a way that players, fans, coaches and parents can quickly access and enjoy. Cricket For Dummies covers getting to grips with the basics, honing your batting, bowling, fielding and wicketkeeping skills, and coaching and watching cricket. Discover how to: Appreciate the many formats of the game Talk tactics and captain a team Climb the pyramid and reach your peak Get match fit and train more effectively Understand global rivalries and the big clashes
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  18. More than 60 million books sold in the Teach Yourself series!Get more runs and put more batsmen out with expertise from experienced players “Learn to Play Cricket” is the essential guide for improving your all-round skills and player performance. Written by Mark Butcher, Captain of Surrey County Cricket Club and former England Captain, together with Paul Abraham, an ECB Level 3 Coach and Berkshire County Cricket Club Committee Chairman, this book will help you to improve every dimension of your game. It covers all aspects of the sport from preparing for the game to improving batting, fielding and bowling techniques. It also gives essential advice on tactical play, coaching, umpiring, scoring and most importantly the rules of the sport. Includes: Writing by Mark Butcher and Paul Abraham, both superstars on the British cricket scene One, five and ten-minute introductions to key principles to get you started Lots of instant help with common problems and quick tips for success, based on the authors’ many years of experience Tests in the book and online to keep track of your progress Quick refreshers to help you remember the key facts
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  19. The UKHO produce over 3300 Standard Nautical Charts and a wide range of thematic charts for specialist requirements. Admiralty standard nautical charts comply with Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) regulations and are ideal for professional, commercial and recreational use. Charts within the series consist of a range of scales, useful for passage planning, ocean crossings, coastal navigation and entering port.
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  20. To celebrate 140 years of Test cricket, Ken Piesse, our pre-eminent cricket writer and owner of Australia’s finest private collection of cricket images – photographs, cigarette and trade cards, badges posters, blotting papers has created a visual treat for the cricket fan. This really exciting and compelling mix of illustrative material and narrative history through-the-ages makes for a wonderful gift book. This is the most exciting event in the cricket publishing calendar: a very pictorial history of Australian cricket.
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