An entertaining and wryly amusing collection of mini-essays on cricket by much-loved pundit Vic Marks. What follows, which explores some of the charms, the quirks and the peculiar allure of cricket from a variety of perspectives, is not intended as a memorial for long-lost sepia days. Vic Marks is a former Somerset and England cricketer, who played in six Tests and 34 one-day internationals. He was the cricket correspondent of the Observer and the Guardian for many years and has regularly appeared on BBC’s Test Match Special for over three decades.
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