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It has been a long time coming, but now there is a site dedicated purely to the most popular section of your average library. That is the section containing all of the books in the dewy decimal system section 796.358. The Cricket Library aims to bring you reviews of the books that have made an impact on the cricketing world. In addition to this our dedicated cricket librarians are on hand to provide wisdom and insight to those of you out there who need advice in how to best arrange your private collection of cricket books to give the library feel in the privacy and comfort of your own home. Join the growing community that is thecricketlibrary.com

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Cricket Library Weekly – KFC Big Bash Preview The Cricket Library

This week on the Cricket Library Weekly, Robbie Mackinlay and Matt Ellis wrap up all of the action from the Weber WBBL|07 final won by the Perth Scorchers in Perth over the weekend. The lads then turn their attention to the outstanding performances in the Marsh One Day Cup before previewing all of the action in the upcoming KFC Big Bash season that gets underway this weekend. Matt Ellis is the latest contestant to take on the Fact or Fiction challenge as he attempts to answer as many true or false questions in one minute of absolute mayhem. Please remember to subscribe to the Cricket Library Podcast on your favourite podcast provider and leave a review to help us to continue to start conversations that inspire a love of cricket.
  1. Cricket Library Weekly – KFC Big Bash Preview
  2. Cricket Library Weekly – WBBL Finals Edition
  3. Cricket Library Weekly – 18 November 2021
  4. Cricket Library Weekly 10 November 2021
  5. Cricket Library Weekly – November 3

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  1. G’day Cricket Librarian,

    I have a few hundred cricket books in my personal library/archive/museum.

    I have them categorised in the following and would appreciate advice regarding other categories or sub-categories.

    -Anthology
    -Ashes
    -Associations/grounds
    -Auto/Biography
    -Bodyline
    -Bradman
    -Fiction
    -History (Australian Cricket)
    -History (World Cricket)
    -Statical
    -Wisden + Wisden Australia
    -Yearbooks
    -VHS
    -DVD/Bluray
    -CD
    -Cassette
    -Game PC
    -Game Console

    Do Max Walker anecdote books with crude caricatures on the cover count as cricket literature? Or should I bin them?

    You’re doing God’s work.

    Many thanks,

    Gleeso.

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