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White On Green review in the Cricket Society Journal Autumn 2017

Tweet Generous and perceptive analysis by John Symons One year on from the Book-Of-The-Year shortlisted Wounded Tiger: A History Of Cricket In Pakistan, Richard Heller and Peter Oborne return to the topic with a new opus which aims to ‚Äúcelebrate … Continue reading

15. November 2017 by rkh
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A Wounded Tiger At Bay In Pakistan

Tweet With the Wounded Tiger Cricket Tour of Pakistan 2014: a few personal notes Weds Nov 5: satisfactory PIA overnight flight to Lahore, although unable to resort to normal longhaul relief by drinking myself insensible (cf Squire Haggard). To refurbished … Continue reading

17. November 2014 by rkh
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Peccavimus (We Have Stayed In The Sind Club)

Tweet Impressions of a first visit by Peter Oborne and Richard Heller (November 2012) For a first-time visitor, the Sind Club is hard to believe. Set within a sprawling, noisy turbulent city, its order, its elegance, its history make the … Continue reading

17. November 2014 by rkh
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