Our chief librarian will bring you his thoughts on the cricket books that have made an impact on the cricket reading public and the game at large.
Here is a link to our latest reviews:
Hooked on Cricket An Addict’s A-Z Guide by Max Walker with Ken Piesse
The Gloves Are Off by TJ Zoehrer
The best of Bevan by MG Bevan
Bowlology by Damien Fleming
In between reading we recommend you check out the latest from the Cricket Library Podcast.
Peter Parker – Special Guest on the Cricket Library Podcast – The Cricket Library
In this episode of the Cricket Library Podcast, host Matt Ellis sits down with renowned cricket umpire Peter Parker. Peter shares his journey from being a talented cricketer to becoming an umpire, the challenges and rewards of being an umpire in the sport he loves, and the thrill of witnessing spin bowling legend Shane Warne in action from the best seat in the house. Peter also talks about some of the controversies he has been a part of as an umpire, and how he dealt with those situations by owning his mistakes and moving forward. He shares insights into the epic One Day International at the SCG when Michael Bevan hit a four off the last ball, and how he managed the pressure in that moment. Through his stories and experiences, Peter highlights the importance of having a passion for the game, staying focused under pressure, and always striving to improve. This episode is a must-listen for anyone who loves cricket, whether you are a player, a fan, or just curious about the inner workings of the game. Don't miss out on this fascinating conversation, and be sure to subscribe to the Cricket Library Podcast and leave a review to help us to continue to start conversations that inspire a love of cricket.
- Peter Parker – Special Guest on the Cricket Library Podcast
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- Tahlia Wilson: From Backyard to Breakers
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