Shock Selection

Shock Selection

Since 1877, Australia has had in excess of 400 Test players. Some have only played a few Tests, and in fact a number have played only a solitary Test. Others have gone on to become some of the greatest players ever, not only in Australian, but world cricket. This book...
Charlie Macartney in Otago

Charlie Macartney in Otago

Charles George Macartney (1886-1958) was a wonderful cricketer. By all accounts he had flair and intense determination. He graced the cricket fields of Australia, England, South Africa, New Zealand, America, Malaya and India in the years 1904 to 1936. For a major part...
The Catch That Broke a Bank

The Catch That Broke a Bank

The book The Catch that Broke A Bank tells the sad story of the former South Australian player and sometime treasurer of the South Australian Cricket Association, Alexander Crooks.  The story follows the line that W.G. Grace was in Australia with James Lillywhite’s...
The World on Tour

The World on Tour

“The World on Tour – The Untold Story of Cricket’s World XI” is the previously untold story of the Commonwealth and World XI teams that played from 1945 to 2006. During this time the world’s best cricketers were able to display their cricket skills against teams from...
Bradman at Blackheath

Bradman at Blackheath

The famous match at Blackheath Sports Ground in 1931 when Don Bradman hit a century in three 8-ball overs. Limited edition of 200 signed, numbered copies, published to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the match. Stiff card-covers; 30 pages; profusely illustrated....
The Gavin Stevens Story

The Gavin Stevens Story

Gavin Stevens was a talented schoolboy cricketer who played ‘B’ Grade district cricket for Glenelg D.C.C. at the age of 14. Originally a fast bowler, Gavin developed into a powerful opening batsman. Very early in his career he forced his way into the South...