The cricket book of the year, SO FAR

It was January, 1983. Commentator Reds Perreira was on his way to Kensington Oval and was stopped at a pedestrian crossing by a friend, one of the most revered in West Indian cricket. Tapping on his car window, the man said: ‘Rebel team going to South Africa… do your homework.’ [Read More…]

What I have been doing in lockdown

On behalf of my Geelong cricket buddy Ken Davis, I have been editing his tribute book to his brother Barry Davis, a three-time AFL premiership player who also was a first XI cricketer at Essendon and made a half century in the famous 1965-66 District cricket final, the game in which Bill Lawry scored 282 not out.

Ken’s book is called Born to Play and will be available in the summer.

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