The Kid From Coraki

Lou Benaud was a schoolteacher who enjoyed writing, at first with nib pen and inkwells, then fountain pen, then biro,finally by typewriter. He filled exercise books and writing pads with a running record of his career as an educator, and, as a talented cricketer....
Kiwi Cricketers Along the Nile

Kiwi Cricketers Along the Nile

Kiwi Cricketers Along The Nile by Rob Franks is the story of wartime cricket played by New Zealand soldiersvwhile stationed at Maadi Camp in Egypt during the Second World War. It is a previously untold story focusing on the ‘international’ cricket matches played by...
St George Cricket Club

St George Cricket Club

A Century of Achievement The Players and People of the St George District Cricket Club By Mike Coward  ‘It is more than just an entertaining history of the revered saints.’ John Benaud  The book is a warm and evocative account of the people who have made...
Arthur Carman’s Suitcase

Arthur Carman’s Suitcase

Arthur Carman lived all of his live in areas known as Johnsonville and Tawa, not far from Wellington in New Zealand. He may not be readily recognisable but to the cricket and rugby purist he is well known.  A new book on his life, Arthur Carman’s Suitcase has just...
The Baggy Green

The Baggy Green

The Baggy Green The pride, passion and history of Australia’s sporting icon by Michael Fahey and Mike Coward Foreword by Mark Taylor The book charts the evolution with reflections from many past and present Test players of the ‘Australian Baggy Green Cricket Cap’. The...
The A.I.F. Cricket Team

The A.I.F. Cricket Team

Detailed account of the A.I.F. tour of England, South Africa and Australia in 1919-20, including descriptions of all the matches, studies of the players, full statistics and 27 rare photographs. A scarce publication issued in a signed,numbered edition of 200...