A signed Tigers Roar: recommended

In 1997, Cricket Tasmania had a staff of 12 and an annual turnover of $4 mill. Twenty years later, there is a staff of 60, a professional playing group and a turnover of $20 mill.

Tigers Roar tells the story of how a divided, cash-less cricketing backwater, shunned by mainlanders, rose in importance to produce the best batsman since Bradman and attract players so influential that the winning of silverware against the big boys became a habit.

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The top 100 Test solos of all

There’s something strangely seducing about Cricket Lists. They beguile, entice — and irritate.

How could only two Australians be ranked among the top 10 bowling performances in Test history?

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