861 books (44 pages) in this category
by William McInnes
An Entertaining Introduction to the Game for Mums & Dads
by Ann M. Waterhouse
Im in the team can you come and watch me play? If you will be sitting by a cricket pitch this summer, mystified by the antics on the field in front of you, Cricket Made Simple is the book for you. Not only will it help to explain what is going ...
Inside Kerry Packer’s World Series Revolution
by Austin Robertson
<p><strong>In the summer of 1977-78 Kerry Packer changed professional sport forever.</strong></p> <p>Under a cloak of secrecy, the Aussie tycoon - together with maverick TV comics Paul Hogan and John 'Strop' Cornell, elite players Dennis ...eBook
by Kane Williamson
<b><b><b>Black Caps captain Kane Williamson on how to play our favourite summer sport.</b></b></b><BR><BR>'I love batting. Nothing gives me a bigger buzz than taking on the best bowlers in the world. I'm a big believer in the idea that cricket ...
by Jim Chumley
<p>Patient: Doctor, I think I’m a cricket ball!</p> <p>Doctor: Don’t worry, it’ll be over soon.</p> <p>Crammed full of hilarious cricketing jokes from players and pundits alike, Cricket’s Funniest Jokes will bowl over any fan of the ...eBook
A History of The Ashes in 12 Matches
by Simon Hughes
by Andrew Ward
Extraordinary but true stories from over a century of cricket Cricket's Strangest Tales is a fascinating collection of cricketing weirdness - and there's a lot of it to choose from! Within these pages you'll find a game that was played on ice, ...
Every reason to celebrate
by Scyld Berry
The Good, The Bad, The Ugly (and The Downright Weird)
by Jo Harman
<p>More than any other sport, cricket highlights our peculiarities and quirks, our strengths and weaknesses – sporting or otherwise. It welcomes all-comers, no matter what their quirks or achievements. <em>Cricketing Allsorts</em> celebrates ...eBook
by Kevin Pietersen
<p>Described by the media as 'the David Beckham of cricket', Kevin has become the poster boy for English cricket. But he is also in possession of a prodigious talent - fearless, bold and with unflappable nerves. His unique batting style has ...eBook
by Dan Carter
by Dan Carter
Dan Carter named greatest fly-half in history ... a one-man phenomenon in a team of them - The Times, London, November 2013 On a muddy section, alongside my parents' house in Southbridge, where rugby was just the most fun a kid could have ... ...
How German Football Reinvented Itself and Conquered the World
by Raphael Honigstein
<p><strong>‘Football is a simple game; 22 men chase a ball for 90 minutes and at the end, the Germans always win’ Gary Lineker</strong></p> <p><strong>Packed with exclusive interviews with key protagonists, Raphael Honigstein’s book lifts the ...eBook
by David Beckham
In his own words and pictures, a stunningly-designed and illustrated celebration of David Beckham’s 20-year football career and life around football. Chronicles all the major achievements during that time, the triumph and despair, the trophies ...eBook
by Steve Tongue
<p>Hour after hour of practice in the park close to his East London home set David Beckham on the road to becoming one of the world’s best-known sportsmen. An integral part of Manchester United’s Class of ’92 and Treble-winning team of 1999, he ...eBook
by David Gower
Ashes-winning former England cricket captain David Gower reveals his half-century of heroes, with anecdotes and insider knowledge from 40 years in the game. ...
by David Parry-Jones
Detailing Dawes's memories of playing with, captaining, and coaching some of the most outstanding players in rugby during the 1960s and 1970s, this narrative combines firsthand accounts with a broader historical context, analyzing developments ...
by Matt Oldfield & Tom Oldfield
<p><strong>Meet Kevin de Bruyne - Ultimate Football Hero.</strong></p> <p>Kevin de Bruyne is arguably Manchester City's best player. This is the story of how the young Belgian rose through the ranks, worked hard despite the difficulties he ...eBook