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Thank God for that. With it, he soared. He enriched it with his pen as indisputably as Bradman enriched it with his bat.
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Description Additional Information Product Description Capturing a time when the true spirit of cricket existed. Sometimes smoking his pipe he sat quietly, absorbing the game and its atmosphere.
He was undoubtedly among the finest of cricket writers, with echoes of Neville Cardus yet leaner, tougher. But it is impossible to imagine him being a cricket correspondent today, or even wanting to be one.
Introduced towards the end of his career, boundary advertising dismayed him and he even found Man of the Match awards offensive. When Yorkshire completed a glorious victory in the Gillette Cup Final in he left Lords promptly at the end of play, before the presentations were made.
He steadfastly refused to report any offfield story— trouble with Trueman or whatever. A collection of his writings is long overdue and now proves to be most timely. For while Sweet Summers abounds in pure nostalgia, stirring enjoyable memories of Hutton, Hobbs, Bradman and other legends, it also contains much that could have been triggered by the current Twenty20 revolution. Kilburn used that word to describe the advent of first-class oneday cricket back in He disliked it with passion.
The taste for smoked salmon and well-grilled steak cannot be stimulated by a diet of candy floss and fish and chips.
The greater and more complicated the artificialities bowling and fielding restrictions etc the more blatant the parody. Theirs are different, almost alien interests, raising different demands for entertainment. Most of these views were a response to the over format introduced in Comparable in early popularity to Twenty20 cricket, it is being abandoned completely after next season.