Review: Bevan Congdon: A Singular Man

Bevan Congdon is probably quite high up on the list of cricketers who you would choose to play for your life. New Zealand cricket...
Harry Graham

Review: Harry Graham, The Little Dasher

  In his poem, Gerontion, TS Eliot writes “History has many cunning passages” and the truth of that can be seen if we apply it...
Tingling Catch

The Poetry of Cricket: Part Two

This is a fascinating anthology that has been very well put together by Mark Pirie. It’s divided into various categories and nearly all of...
Bangladesh Cricket Museum

A Little Bit Of Pride Among The Memories

The first Test of 2017's series between the BLACKCAPS and Bangladesh showcased all of Test cricket's nuances. It started with talk of pitch condition...

The Poetry Of Cricket: Part One

I think it is true to say that, of all our sports, it is cricket that is the most literary. The library at the...
Pro, An English Tragedy

Review: Pro, An English Tragedy

Arthur Douglas Bruce Hamilton (1900-1974) is best known as a crime and thriller writer. His novels such as The Brighton Murder Trial¹ and Traitor’s Way² are tautly...