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Robert Andrew Woolmer (14 May 1948 – 18 March 2007) was an international cricketer, professional cricket coach and also a professional commentator. He played in 19 Test matches and 6 One Day Internationals for England and later coached South Africa, Warwickshire and Pakistan.

On 18 March 2007, Woolmer died suddenly in Jamaica, just a few hours after the Pakistan team's unexpected elimination at the hands of Ireland in the 2007 Cricket World Cup. Shortly afterwards, Jamaican police announced that they were opening a murder investigation into Woolmer's death. In November 2007, a jury in Jamaica recorded an open verdict on Woolmer's death, after deciding that there was insufficient evidence of either a criminal act or natural causes. In an interview to Fox News former South African cricketer Clive Rice claimed that Bob Woolmer was murdered by mafia Betting Syndicates, saying “These mafia betting syndicates do not stop at anything and they do not care who gets in their way.”

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Former Australia pace bowler Geoff Lawson, who succeeded Bob Woolmer as Pakistan coach after the Englishman's mysterious death at the 2007 Cricket World Cup, says there is every chance the accused players, if they are guilty of match-fixing, could have been involved out of fear rather than for personal gain.


Having read about the Pakistani "match fixing" and various cricketers in their side being interviewed our investigative team have been delving into this matter. Whilst not trying to condone cheating in this manner one must feel sorry for their cricketers.

 On the one hand they wish to play cricket and be part of the World Scene but on the other hand one only has to look at the dead body of Bob Woolmer to the left to realise that these cricketers are being made "offers" they can not refuse. It is, to them not a matter of money- it is a matter of Life & Death.

 Certain PCB officials on condition of anonymity said that an influential section of the board is slave to the betting mafia that is operating from Karachi.

The PCB is under huge pressure and that stems from its own backyard. There is so much filth. Even if they (PCB) call for an investigation, nothing will come out. From start to finish, don't expect anything to be transparent. Things are way beyond their control .

It is clear that the buzz now is gradually shifting from the tainted players to the board itself and certain individuals talk in hushed tones about the mafia that runs the betting syndicate from the murky labyrinths of Karachi.

It is for the police in Pakistan , England, Australia, South Africa or any major cricketing nation to bring the REAL VILLAINS to Justice.

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What Mr Butt said was totally uncalled for, unsubstantiated and he has done a lot of harm for relationships between England and Pakistan, and Pakistan and the ICC.

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At the 1900 Summer Olympics, a cricket tournament was contested. Although four teams were originally expected to compete, Belgium and Holland (the Netherlands) pulled out of the competition, leaving a Great Britain side to play a France side. Neither team was nationally selected. The British side was a touring club team, Devon & Somerset Wanderers. The French team consisted of Britons living in Paris, reportedly mostly members of the British Embassy. By Captain's agreement the game was played as a 12-a-side game, unlike the usual 11 in most cricket matches. The two-day game was played commencing on August 19, 1900. Great Britain batted first and scored 117. France were then bowled out for 78. Great Britain then scored 145 for 5 in their second innings, setting the hosts a target of 185, who were promptly bowled out for 26. This meant that Great Britain was convincingly the winner of the contest.The Great Britain team was awarded silver medals and the French team bronze medals, together with miniature statues of the Eiffel Tower.With the match billed as part of the 1900 Universal Exposition, neither side appears to have realised they were competing in the Olympics. The match was only retrospectively formally recognised as being an Olympic contest in 1912, when the International Olympic Committee met to compile the definitive list of all events in the five modern Olympiads up to that point. Since then cricket has not appeared in an Olympic Games.

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The County Ground is the headquarters of Gloucestershire County Cricket Club located in Bristol north of the City Centre. The grounds are conveniently situated just a short distance from the M32 with access to the M4 & M5. The grounds are now known as a highly rated venue for first class international cricket. The Bristol ground is the second largest playing area in England.
Gloucestershire County Cricket Club is the most successful one-day side of the last 10 years, our achievement in winning seven trophies in just five years is second to none.This has transformed Gloucestershire, who are now recognised by the public, media and business community as a successful and ambitious organisation. With screenings of One Day Internationals and domestic matches, sponsors and advertisers receive maximum exposure on both Sky TV and Channel 4, as well as fantastic regional and national coverage in the media.By promoting successful partnerships with corporate clients we are able to create success for both parties. Gloucestershire County Cricket Club can provide a package of promotional opportunities designed to develop brand awareness and create sales for associated products where required.A partnership is one of the most successful ways of benefiting from an association with Gloucestershire County Cricket Club. We can package different corporate opportunities to help you achieve your own company's objectives.

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Gloucestershire County Cricket Club currently play at three different venues, Bristol, Cheltenham and Gloucester. The majority of matches are played at the Club's headquarters in Bristol, but for a week in June the Club play a festival in Gloucester and for 2 weeks in July and August the Club play the most successful festival in the world in Cheltenham. Listed are all three venues.

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The C&G Cheltenham Cricket Festival is well over 100 years old and is played at the College Ground in Cheltenham. Situated in the heart of the Cotswold town, with probably the most picturesque and recognisable backdrop to a ground, the College has seen some of the most exciting cricket played in Gloucestershire.

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Hampshire County Cricket Club
One of the most forward thinking Cricket Clubs in the UK, Hampshire Cricket is proud of its 140 year history and its ambition and commitment to Cricket in the future
Hampshire first played first-class cricket in 1864, and first competed in the County Championship in 1895, the sixth year in which the Championship was held. They were winners in 1961 and 1973. They also won the NatWest Trophy (now the C&G Trophy in 1991, the now-defunct Benson&Hedges Cup in 1988 and 1992, and the Sunday League in 1975, 1978 and 1986. On 3 September 2005 Hampshire won the C&G Trophy by 18 runs, including a century from Zimbabwean Sean Ervine, against Warwickshire.

Their current captain is legendary Australian Test bowler, Shane Warne, and vice-captain is England spinner Shaun Udal.
Famous players include England cricket captains CB Fry, David Gower and Lionel Hallam Tennyson, 3rd Baron Tennyson; West Indian greats Gordon Greenidge Andy Roberts and Malcolm Marshall; Barry Richards of South Africa; commentator and broadcaster Mark Nicholas; England Test caps John Crawley ; Robin Smith; Kevin Pietersen; and Australians Simon Katich, Matthew Hayden and Michael Clarke.

Their home ground is the Rose Bowl, which is located at West End, near Southampton. They moved to the newly-built Rose Bowl in 2001 after they left the County Ground, in Northlands Road Southampton, which had been their home since 1885. The team had also played occasional matches in Portsmouth, Basingstoke and Bournemouth before moving all competitive matches to the Rose Bowl.

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The formation of the original Kent County Cricket Club took place in Canterbury in August 1842, and played its initial first-class match against All-England that same month. On March 1 1859 there was a substantial reorganisation and the present Kent CCC was formed. Kent had been proclaimed Champion County in 1837, and held the title through most of the 1840s. However, they did not claim it again before the formation of the County Championship as we know it in 1890.
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Somerset County Cricket Club was first formed in August 1875, following a cricket match at Sidmouth between the Gentlemen of Somerset and their Devon hosts, in which the visitors were successful. Originally the idea of those who had formed the County Club was not to have a home ground, but to take their matches to different grounds around Somerset. When the team played in Taunton they chose Fullands School as the venue, which at the time was one of the best in the region.

The Somerset team remained nomadic until 1881, when Taunton Athletic Club opened a sports centre on the Priory Fields next door to the River Tone, which soon became the home to the County Club.Somerset played their first 'home' match during 1882 and during that year one of the teams to pay a visit were the Australian tourists.Initially Somerset did not enjoy first class status, but after winning the 'second-class championship' in 1890 first class status followed in 1891 and since then the Club has enjoyed a long and colourful history, with many ups and downs, both on and off the pitch.

Whatever the fortunes of the team on the field the Club has remained at it's County Ground home, which it has owned since it was first acquired by the then secretary Henr y Murray-Anderdon, just before the start of the 20th Century.Down the years Somerset has had many colourful and influential characters playing for them including Lionel Palairet, Sammy Woods, Jack White, Arthur Wellard and Harold Gimblett, who all left their mark on the Club before the 2nd World War. However it was not until the late 1970's and early 1980's that Somerset won it's first trophy, but when it did the Club enjoyed a golden era winning five competitions in as many years.

The young side that had been brought together under the watchful eye of Brian Close included Ian Botham, Viv Richards and Joel Garner who were Captained by Brian Rose, who is now the Director of Cricket at the Club.Following the 'Glory Years' the Club's loyal supporters had to wait a further 18 years before they enjoyed the sweet taste of success again, which they did in 2001 when they lifted the Cheltenham and Gloucester Trophy. Further success followed four years later with winning the Twenty20 Cup and now with a young team full of exciting talent, the Club that was formed in Devon 131 years ago, looks to be on the verge of another golden era and will be bidding to win the one trophy that has eluded them up until now - the coveted County Championship 

The first phase of the redevelopment will provide excellent new facilities for the cricket club and for Taunton, and is being spearheaded by Pegasus Retirement Homes Plc. There are 65 luxury apartments for the over 55s, many with views over the cricket ground. Additionally there is a new public space for the people of Taunton between the CountyGround, the Brewhouse Theatre and the River Tone which will be fronted by a restaurant and shops. The cricket club will benefit from 3 new spectator stands capable of seating nearly 3,000 spectators as well as a new scoreboard and facilities for ground staff. 


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Call the ticket hotline on 0845 337 1875 or visit the Club Office in the Colin Atkinson Pavilion during normal working hours. Tickets can also be collected before the day of the match from the ticket office, open 9am-5pm Monday to Friday, or from the Sir Vivian Richards Gates on Priory Bridge Road from the gate opening time.

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The Museum is of great interest to all cricket lovers with a selection of photographs, plates, pottery, china, silverware, score-cards, ties & other cricket memorabilia. There is a reference library available to all. and a lending library for Museum members. The Museum opened in 1989, is rated one of the best in the country.

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  Its limited overs team is called the Surrey Brown Caps. The club is the most financially secure first class county club, with a turnover of £22 million in 2006. The club's home since its foundation in 1845 has been The Oval cricket ground (currently known officially as the 'Brit Oval' following a sponsorship deal with the Brit insurance company), within the Kennington area of Lambeth in south London. Some home games each season are also played at Whitgift School, Croydon and at Woodbridge Road, Guildford. The traditional club colours are chocolate brown and silver. The club badge is the Prince of Wales' three feathers. Lord Rosebery obtained the permission to use this symbol from the Prince of Wales, owner of the land on which The Oval stands, in 1915.
It is widely believed that cricket was invented by children living on the Weald in Saxon or Norman times and that the game very soon reached neighbouring Surrey. Although not the game's birthplace, Surrey does claim the honour of being the location of its first definite mention in print. Evidence from a 1598 court case confirms that creckett was played by schoolboys on a certain plot of land in Guildford around 1550.  

Cricket became well established in Surrey during the 17th century and the earliest village matches took place before the English Civil War. It is believed that the earliest county teams were formed in the aftermath of the Restoration in 1660. The earliest known first-class match in Surrey was Croydon v London at Croydon on 1 July 1707 . In 1709, the earliest known inter-county match took place between Kent and Surrey at Dartford Brent. Surrey continued to be a major county through the 18th century. Probably its greatest players during the underarm era were the famous bowler Edward "Lumpy" Stevens and the wicketkeeper/batsman William Yalden, who both belonged to the Chertsey club.
Surrey CCC was founded on the evening of 22 August 1845 at the Horns Tavern in South London, where around 100 representatives of various cricket clubs in Surrey agreed a motion put by William Denison (the club's first Secretary) "that a Surrey club be now formed". A further meeting at the Tavern on 18 October 1845 formally constituted the club, appointed officers and began enrolling members. A lease on Kennington Oval, a former market garden, was obtained by a Mr Houghton from the Duchy of Cornwall. Mr Houghton was of the old Montpelier Cricket Club, 70 members of which formed the nucleus of the new Surrey County club. The Honourable Fred Ponsonby, later the Earl of Bessborough was the first vice-president. Surrey's inaugural first-class match was against the MCC at The Oval at the end of May, 1846.[7] The first inter-county match, against Kent, was held at The Oval the following month.[8] However the club did not do well that year, despite the extra public attractions at the Oval of a Walking Match and a Poultry Show. By the start of the 1847 season the club was £70 in debt and there was a motion to close. Ponsonby proposed that 6 life members be created for a fee of £12 each. His motion was duly passed, and the club survived.
Surrey CCC has had three notable periods of great success in its history. The club was recognised as "Champion County" seven times during the 1850s; it won the title eight times from 1887 to 1895 (including the first ever officially constituted County Championship in 1890); and seven consecutive outright titles from 1952 to 1958 inclusive following a shared title (with Lancashire) in 1950. In 1955, Surrey won 23 of its 28 county matches, a record that still stands.[10] To date, Surrey has won the official County Championship 18 times outright, more than any other county except Yorkshire. Notable Surrey Cricketers include:

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The County Ground is the home of Sussex County Cricket Club, whose stadium holds 3000 strong fans and now host brand new floodlights. Before it’s floodlighting the county was famous for the deckchairs, which ring its boundaries where the spectators can sit in the sun and watch Sussex play their cricket. The Club won its first County Championship in 2003 and are now the 2006 champions.
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 Derbyshire County is home to the cricket club of the Scorpions. Latest news, information on fixtures, membership information and more. Juniors, watch out for the monthly competition on your page. Find out about all the latest Club events, check out the Cricket Board and more.
 Latest news from the Durham county cricket club. Read about the history of the club, information on the grounds, how to get there, and of course the team players. Community news, coaching sessions, women's cricket and cricket for beginners. Download an application form to become a club member.
  Latest news and information from the official Essex county cricket site. Visit the online Essex shop for a wide range of cricketing gear. Statistics on contracted players. The club offers a wide range of coaching for cricketers of all ages and abilities, a run down on courses available.
  Welcome to the official site of the Glamorgan county cricket club. Latest news and features. Biographical and statistical information on all of the players who have played first-class cricket for Glamorgan since 1921. Have a look through the picture gallery for some moments of cricket history.
 Latest news and features from the Lancashire County Cricket Club. Squad photos and statistics, competitions, test tickets for sale, fixtures, venues, results..and more!! Loads of information on the club, contacts and merchandise available to buy on line.
  Loads of interesting news, 2010 fixtures and feature articles from the Leicestershire County Club. Search the news archive for old news. Find out if your ancestor was a cricketer with Leicestershire. And keep yourself up-to-date with all the latest Club information.
  Welcome to the site for the Middlesex Crusaders! Competitions, interactive games, quizzes, even online coaching. it's all about cricket. Details on the club, the players, match reports and training courses offered by the club. Enter the corporate area if you are interested in sponsorship or advertising.
 Get up-to-the-date match reports from the Northamptonshire county cricket club. Words from the director of the club. Northamptonshire merchandise on sale. Player profiles and averages, watch out for up coming batting and bowling averages throughout the season.
 Matches and fixtures information for the Nottinghamshire county cricket club. A chance to be a ball boy, ball girl, read the junior information. Details on the Trent Bridge cricket centre and the facilities there. Unfortunately some of the links on this site do not work.
  The Warwickshire bears and their club website. Club facilities, amenities and functions. Meet the squad and discover their averages, meet the coaches behind the players. Great online shop with lots of cricket equipment, wine and merchandise.
  A great site from the Worcestershire county cricket club. Keep up-to-date by reading the recent news articles. In between the cricket, these guys take a keen interest in wine, browse through the wine shop. Information on the club, the players, fixtures and more.
  News from the clubrooms of Yorkshire. Team news, player news, match news! Become a member online and enjoy the benefits. Details on sponsorship package deals. Club merchandise available to buy online. Check out which pitch the web cam is pointing to.
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English Cricket Board
  Visit this site for headlines, features and global news on England cricket. Get up-to-date live scores from the games played by the English cricket team, alongside news and views from the English team. Speak your own view in the online forum. The English Cricket Board also brings you player profiles, ground information, scorebooks and statistics.
Australian Cricket (Baggy Greens)
  This is the official website of Australian cricket (Baggy Greens). On this site you can find information on cricket news and views, articles, highlights, statistics and player information. This portal allows you to send a message to the player of your choice. This site links to the ACB site, where you can purchase Baggy Green merchandise.
Bangladesh Cricket Team (Tigers)
  This clever website is the home of the Bangladesh Tigers cricket club. On this site you can find cricket information on news and articles both recent and archival, domestic and international, player and team statistics and records. There are loads of photographs in the photo gallery to look through; all are from moments in Bangladesh cricket history.
Indian Cricket Team
  If you are looking for news and information on the Indian Cricket team this is the web portal to check out. Detailed information on the Indian women's cricket team, player profiles of both men's and women's teams and comments from columnists can be found on this extensive website. Find out about signed bats and kit details at the West Indies CricShop
Kenyan Cricket Team
  If you are interested in the latest news about the Kenyan cricket team then this is the web portal to check out. At this website is detailed information on features, international news, fixtures and statistics. This site allows fans to meet the players and to read their profiles. Check out the photo gallery for some captured moments from the world of cricket.
New Zealand Cricket
  On this extensive website you can find the latest news and features from the world of New Zealand cricket, (the Black Caps). This web portal also has news from the women's team, the white ferns. The portal has profile detailed information of your favourite player, forum information, statistics, fixtures and an interactive section where you can join in on live chats with New Zealand players.
 If you live and die with Pakistan cricket then this is the site for you. This is the official portal for the Pakistan Cricket Board. At this site there is extensive international news and articles as well as news from their clubroom. Also at this site are women's, first class and youth cricket news, in-depth player profiles, statistics and photographs.
South African Cricket
  If the fortunes of South African cricket affect your day to day life then this official portal for you. At this site is a plethora of information on news and features, player profiles, ground information, statistics, tour information as well as news from the South African Women's Cricket Association. Become a member of the virtual coaching clinic and receive tips and advice on how to improve your game.
Sri Lankan Cricket
  At this web portal you can keep informed with a live scoreboard from the Sri Lankan cricket team. This site lets you see what's going on with the live tour coverage and read up on the player profiles and email them personally at the official website for the Sri Lankan cricket club. Have your say in the weekly poll or forum and check out all the magical moments in the photo gallery.
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 This web portal provides the fan with current and archival news from the West Indies cricket team. The website has detailed information on players, statistics, results, chat forums, video footage, audio interviews and screensavers. If you need a new background for your Personal Computer then the photo gallery can help.
Zimbabwe Cricket Union
  Headlines, news, features and articles, giving you the latest on the cricket front from Zimbabwe, as well as loads of archival information. Biographies of Zimbabwe cricketers and umpires. Zimbabwean cricket history, information on grounds, statistics and more.


The ICC Cricket Hall of Fame is a Hall of Fame honouring the greatest achievers in the sport of cricket. It was launched by the International Cricket Council on 2 January 2009, in association with the Federation of International Cricketers' Associations, as part of the ICC's centenary celebrations. The initial inductees were the 55 players included in the earlier FICA Hall of Fame, but more will be added each year during the ICC Awards ceremony.
Inductee  ↓ Country  ↓ Role  ↓ Tests  ↓ First Test  ↓ Last Test  ↓
Wasim Akram, Wasim Akram Pakistan Bowler 104 1985 2002
Barnes, SydneySydney Barnes England Bowler 27 1901 1914
Bedi, Bishan SinghBishan Singh Bedi India Bowler 67 1966 1979
Bedser, AlecAlec Bedser England Bowler 51 1946 1955
Benaud, RichieRichie Benaud Australia All-rounder 63 1952 1964
Border, AllanAllan Border Australia Batsman 156 1978 1994
Botham, IanIan Botham England All-rounder 102 1977 1992
Boycott, GeoffreyGeoffrey Boycott England Batsman 108 1964 1982
Bradman, DonaldDonald Bradman Australia Batsman 52 1928 1948
Chappell, GregGreg Chappell Australia Batsman 87 1970 1984
Chappell, IanIan Chappell Australia Batsman 75 1964 1980
Compton, DenisDenis Compton England Batsman 78 1937 1957
Cowdrey, ColinColin Cowdrey England Batsman 114 1954 1975
Kapil Dev, Kapil Dev India All-rounder 131 1978 1994
Gavaskar, SunilSunil Gavaskar India Batsman 125 1971 1987
Gibbs, LanceLance Gibbs West Indies Bowler 79 1958 1976
Gooch, GrahamGraham Gooch England Batsman 118 1975 1995
Gower, DavidDavid Gower England Batsman 117 1978 1992
Grace, W. G.W. G. Grace England All-rounder 22 1880 1899
Graveney, TomTom Graveney England Batsman 79 1951 1969
Greenidge, GordonGordon Greenidge West Indies Batsman 108 1974 1991
Grimmett, ClarrieClarrie Grimmett Australia Bowler 37 1925 1936
Hadlee, RichardRichard Hadlee New Zealand All-rounder 86 1973 1990
Hammond, WalterWalter Hammond England Batsman 85 1927 1947
Harvey, NeilNeil Harvey Australia Batsman 79 1948 1963
Headley, GeorgeGeorge Headley West Indies Batsman 22 1930 1954
Hobbs, JackJack Hobbs England Batsman 61 1908 1930
Holding, MichaelMichael Holding West Indies Bowler 60 1975 1987
Hutton, LeonardLeonard Hutton England Batsman 79 1937 1955
Kanhai, RohanRohan Kanhai West Indies Batsman 79 1957 1974
Imran Khan, Imran Khan Pakistan All-rounder 88 1971 1992
Knott, AlanAlan Knott England Wicket-keeper 95 1967 1981
Laker, JimJim Laker England Bowler 46 1948 1959
Larwood, HaroldHarold Larwood England Bowler 21 1926 1933
Lillee, DennisDennis Lillee Australia Bowler 70 1971 1984
Lindwall, RayRay Lindwall Australia All-rounder 61 1946 1960
Lloyd, CliveClive Lloyd West Indies Batsman 110 1966 1984
Hanif Mohammad, Hanif Mohammad Pakistan Batsman 55 1952 1969
Marsh, RodRod Marsh Australia Wicket-keeper 96 1970 1984
Marshall, MalcolmMalcolm Marshall West Indies Bowler 81 1978 1991
May, PeterPeter May England Batsman 66 1951 1961
Javed Miandad, Javed Miandad Pakistan Batsman 124 1976 1993
Miller, KeithKeith Miller Australia All-rounder 55 1946 1956
O'Reilly, BillBill O'Reilly Australia Bowler 27 1932 1946
Pollock, GraemeGraeme Pollock South Africa Batsman 23 1963 1970
Rhodes, WilfredWilfred Rhodes England Bowler 58 1899 1930
Richards, BarryBarry Richards South Africa Batsman 4 1970 1970
Richards, VivViv Richards West Indies Batsman 121 1974 1991
Roberts, AndyAndy Roberts West Indies Batsman 47 1974 1983
Sobers, GarfieldGarfield Sobers West Indies All-rounder 93 1954 1974
Statham, BrianBrian Statham England Bowler 70 1951 1965
Sutcliffe, HerbertHerbert Sutcliffe England Batsman 54 1924 1935
Trumper, VictorVictor Trumper Australia Batsman 48 1899 1912
Trueman, FredFred Trueman England Bowler 67 1952 1965
Underwood, DerekDerek Underwood England Bowler 86 1966 1982
Walcott, ClydeClyde Walcott West Indies Batsman 44 1948 1960
Waugh, SteveSteve Waugh Australia Batsman 168 1985 2004
Weekes, EvertonEverton Weekes West Indies Batsman 48 1948 1958
Woolley, FrankFrank Woolley England All-rounder 64 1909 1934
Worrell, FrankFrank Worrell West Indies Batsman 51 1948 1963

Cricket Match
The Editor's Cricketing Story
England Their England Re-Visited
Cricket Match
The two most popular British Sports are Football and Cricket. I was no more than an eager participant at both games. I have been privileged to be in the company of some of the greats in both sports and even been in the same team if not in the same league. Anecdotes and stories about these sports abound. Sometimes they are funny. Others...well if W.G.Grace was alive to-day, he’d turn in his grave! In the early sixties I used to make up the numbers for Finchley Cricket Club. Because I was unemployable I used to also get invited to make up numbers at other matches. Finchley ,at that time, had a wonderful captain named Ron Howe. When you played for Ron every match seemed to go to the last ball and have an exciting ending. I believe he played Minor Counties cricket for Hertfordshire.

Anyway on this particular summer's day he had passed my name on to a chap called John Gardner. John Gardner was a rich man who promoted and enjoyed cricket. I believe he actually paid for Worcestershire to go on a pre season foreign tour once. However he ran a cricket team aptly names FORK. This stood for ” Friends of the Right Kidney”. So on this day I was invited by John to turn out for his team against Esher Cricket Club during their cricket week.

This was indeed a privilege. So after whitening my boots and pads and pressing my whites I headed off down the A3 to Esher. 

By 10.30a.m. I arrived at their most pleasant ground in leafy Surrey. John Gardner was there to meet me. A bigger than life man in all dimensions. In fact someone once confided in me that when he was batting if you hit him in front it was LBW and if you hit him behind it was a wide. I was greeted with thestatement ” Wilfred Isaacs has sent two young South African cricketers down to play. Will you open with one- the other will go in No 3. Show them the ropes.” I cant be sure but I think these two young South Africans were Mike Procter and Barry Richards.

The bar was already open. Well bar is really a bit of a misnomen. It was a bathtub filled with ice and Lanson Black Label Champagne. To enliven the liver I partook of the bar and by 11 o'clock I was in the mood to face Trueman, Tyson, Holding and Wesley Hall with no fear. Out I went to bat and scored 24 in the first 5 balls before being caught on the boundary off the sixth ball. 

I therefore had a chance to return to the bar. By lunch we were 241-1 wicket. By now I was having a convivial time with other team members. Names I cant remember. 

One was a former captain of Northamptonshire who had turned up with everything but his Zimmer frame. whether it was his health or the Lanson Black Label he found it difficult to walk and when we fielded stayed in one place throughout the fielding period.

Another was one of the Cheeseman family. Very wealthy with a Lamborghini filled with beautiful girls. I think he parked the car with him at second slip. He played for Berkshire I was informed.

There was a thin Thespian with shaking hands. In fact he told me he went to the doctor over this problem. The doctor asked him if he drank and he replied ” Not much I keep spilling it.” It was obvious he was going to be at first slip.

Then there was Gardner himself. When we fielded the ball would roll under him and he would stamp and ask if had stopped it. 

Esher C.C. was famous for its Port after lunch. I remember having a convivial lunch of claret and port with Esher’s wicket-keeper- a chap called Marques- who had played Rugby for England. Then to a comfortable deck-chair to sleep off the excellent lunch.
I believe we had declared with some telephone number of a score and Procter and Richards still batting. Now Fork took to the field.

 Procter and Richards had to open the bowling as everyone else was either incapable, drunk, or in the case of Cheeseman still dealing with one of his accompanying ladies. I don't remember the result. However this motley lot in the field would have outdone any Mac Sennett comedy.

The ex-Northampton captain stood at either silly mid -on or off depending on which end was bowling. The man with shaking hands was at first slip, John Gardner was at second, third and fourth slip with a bottle of Lanson at gully. Cheeseman seemed to appear to bowl but never to field.  There was a character wearing an Oxford University Blue sweater who didn't seem to have much of a clue. All he seemed to do was polish the ball and give it to the umpire, we later found out that his blue was for marbles.

To cap it one of the Esher batsmen, with the thickest pair of glasses I've ever seen, when asked by the umpire if he wanted to take guard uttered ” No thanks I've played here before.” But the piece de resistance was the player with the wooden leg. Whilst coming up to bowl  his wooden leg got caught in one of those holes from which the pitch is watered. It took two engineers and a doctor over twenty minutes to free him from this position.

After the game Gardner asked me to put my name and details in his address book for future reference. The details on the line above were those of one E.R.Dexter. That was the nearest I ever got to the big time. I was never invited again.

copyriteC Michael Davey

Waiting for Play to Commence
Cheesemans slip
Ready in The Slips
Over The Ball
Batting A Maiden Over
Michael Davey played cricket for many years for Finchley.CC, Old Malvernians, Mayfair.CC, Stoics C.C.,
University College, London  and South Hampstead CC. 


Hambledon Village

Broadhalfpenny Down, Bat and Ball Inn, Hambledon, Hampshire, England

Marylebone Cricket Club Museum

Marylebone Cricket Club, Lord's Cricket Ground, London, NW8 8QN, England
Open: Match days during the cricket season As part of the Lord's tour

Edgbaston Museum

Warwickshire County Cricket Club, The County Ground, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B5 7QU, West Midlands, England

Lancashire County Cricket Club Museum

Lancashire County Cricket Club, Old Trafford, Manchester, M16 0PX, England
Open: The Museum is open on all 1st XI and International match days.

Leicestershire County Cricket Club Museum

Leicestershire County Cricket Club, County Ground, Grace Road, Leicester, LE2 8AD, Leicestershire, England
T: 0116 2832128
Open: All match days.

Somerset Cricket Museum

7 Priory Avenue, Taunton, TA1, Somerset, England
Open: Easter-31 October Mon-Fri 1000-1800 Sat-Closed Sun Closed Bank holidays unless match on

Jack Russell Gallery

Jack Russell Gallery, 41, High Street, Chipping Sodbury, BS37 6BA, Gloucestershire, England
Open: Mon - Sat: 9.30 - 1300
Closed: Sunday

Thirsk Museum

70 Barton Street, Thirsk, YO7 1PQ, North Yorkshire, England
Open: Mon-Sat 1000-1600 (excl. Thu)

Eden Valley Museum

Eden Valley Museum, Church House, 72 High Street, Edenbridge, TN8 5AR, Kent, England
Open: Open all year round except 24th December 2004 to 1st February 2006: Wednesday and Friday 2pm – 4.30pm Thursday and Saturday 10am – 4.30pm Sunday (as advertised) 2pm – 4.30pm
Closed: Mondays and Tuesdays


Details Written up In Computer Active's Excellent Webguide
A must
The home of cricket has a predictably professional, if a little stuffy, presence on the Web. The excellent news service will keep you up to date with all the latest happenings in the world of cricket, together with scores delivered to your desktop and RealAudio feeds. The ticket and travel information is also present and correct but could benefit from the addition of online booking.
The best feature is the informative history of the game, which will take you on a journey from WG Grace to Nasser Hussain.
A Salute to Women's Cricket
A must
Women's cricket is growing in popularity all the time and this meticulously maintained page is testament to the fact.
Focussing on the international scene, you'll find the latest news, scores and pictures illustrated by some great action shots. There's also a special section on the 2000 Women's World Cup, as well as exhaustive statistics from all of last year's one-day Internationals.
A must
Produced in association with The Guardian, this site from one of cricket's most famous names is remarkably accurate and informative.
The best bit is the regularly-updated news section, which - unlike so much else on the Web - is of consistently high quality. Whether you want to wallow in the full blow-by-blow account of a match or read a succinct summary, it's all here. As are several well-written feature articles, oodles of stats and a busy bulletin board.
Click Cricket
A must
Although not up to the same high standard as Cric-Info, this site is worth a look - if only for an alternative viewpoint. As well as the latest news and scores, you'll also find a selection of regularly-updated feature articles, all written in bright and breezy style.
A daily cricketing cartoon will help bring a smile to your face after England's latest debacle, while there's also a selection of ecards to send to cricket-loving friends.
A must
The self-styled home of cricket on the internet should be your first port of call for well researched, up to the minute news and information. 
With the highly professional interface, you can quickly find what you're looking for among the hundreds of pages of information. Particularly strong on the world-wide game, there's an excellent live scoreboard that will keep you up to date with every wicket that falls. The well stocked online shop ensures you can get your mitts on just about every cricket book and video available.
Cricket World
A must
Another news site but this one marks itself out from the pack by virtue of its refreshing approach. The design of the site may be nothing out of the ordinary but the match reports and latest news are written from a fans perspective and pull no punches in their analysis. The site is also updated on a daily basis for those who can't get by without their fix of cricketing information.
England's Barmy Army
A must
Loved and hated in equal measure, the Barmy Army are those sunburned loons you see downing lager and singing songs wherever England are losing their latest Test Match.
Fresh from their latest jaunt to South Africa, this ramshackle but absorbing site features diary entries from their travels, together with details of their charity work and audio files of the gang in full voice.


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Featured Cricket Sites

Cricinfo.com - The Home of Cricket
Top Stories - Latest News - Lords
TEST CATCH CRICKET - A First National Cricket Game
HowSTAT! The Cricket Statisticians - Home Page
Stick Cricket - The Worlds Best Online Cricket Game!
YouTube - Best of Cricket (Compilation)
Their sporting section covers football, skiing, cricket, world rally, and horse racing. The online forums are the place to air your views on the sport and Channel 4's coverage of it. They also offer various interactive services. The horse racing section is the place to keep up with racing tips and bet online.
Cricket News | Cricket Scores | Cricket Results - Yahoo! Eurosport UK
Cricket: The Flying Stumps Montage
Cricket Master
BBC Sport
 Find the very latest sports news including live scores, fixtures and results. You can watch video clips and listen to audio bulletins on BBC Sport. SporComts featured include football, rugby, cricket, tennis, athletics and motorsports. An academy section provides information on skills, masterclasses, training and equipment.
  A comprehensive website featuring news on the latest events and results in various sports including football, cricket, tennis, rugby, motorsports, boxing, athletics and cycling. All this plus a shopping, gaming, mobility and community section to keep you entertained. Eurosport's multimedia platform provides quality sport coverage to sports fans around Europe.
Sky Sports
  An excellent sporting site covering all the major sports in depth. They provide sporting fixtures, results, live scores, competitions and league tables. The site also features news alerts for breaking sports news. You can watch video clips, listen to audio, and sign up to Sky Active for even more online sporting action.
 A great cricket resource providing lots of information including breaking news, cricket history and a stats database. Cricket365 features a selection of colour photo galleries. It also brings you a guide to world cup accommodation. If you visit the site you'll also find their famous lookalike section.

Cricket World
 This is a worldwide focal point for cricketers, both active and armchair, to instantly source news, data, stories and information. Subscribe to their magazine online. This bring you the latest exclusive cricket world news and views, cartoons, club and ground equipment directory, and competitions.
Sporting Life
  Based in Leeds, this is the UK's most popular multi-sports website. The site was conceived as a sister product to the racing newspaper of the same name, combining the benefits of the medium with the reputation of the newspaper for authority. Sporting Life features lots of sports results, competitions and a diary.
 This is the official website of the Professional Cricketers Association. It is a fantastic site filled with all of the latest cricket news and player's profiles from the players themselves. Cricnet also features international and county news, information on grounds and news and events from the association.
Telegraph Sport
 This is a well designed website, providing you with the latest sports news and results. Select your chosen sport from the list, including football, cricket, rugby, basketball, athletics and motorsports. Alternatively you can search the site by keyword for the information you require. The major British fixtures are covered here.
Cricketer International
 This site shows you some of the regular features which have earned the reputation of one of the world's best selling and longest-running cricket magazine. This is the home of authoritative and informative commentary on the world of cricket at all levels. Check out readers' letters online in this month's postbag.
 A well designed network of hundreds of independent sports websites which aim to deliver what fans want, when they want it. From the Rivals homepage, fans can access original content and join online debates about their team or sport. They were also voted Best Portal 2001 at the New Media Age Awards.
 An Indian-focused portal giving you the latest sports news and information. Sports covered include cricket, tennis, motorsport, football and hockey. Each section has a calendar of events, rankings, interviews, photo galleries, and player profiles. You can also download desktops and screensavers and take a look at the online slideshows.
  A sports portal providing access to the latest news headlines and other sporting sites. Use the site by either clicking on your chosen sport from the list provided or by completing a search of the site. Some of the sports featured include rugby, cricket, basketball, golf, boxing, tennis and motorsports. Chat forums are also available.
eSports Media Group
  A leader in the syndication of sports content to both online and offline publications. They provide insightful analysis and commentary created by a network of more than 200 freelance journalists. Visit the website for today's top stories and yesterday's best. Browse by sport or check out the Editor's Picks.
Guardian Unlimited
  This site features sports news articles covering tennis, rugby union, boxing, cricket, football, formula one and horse racing, plus other sports. Guardian Unlimited brings you the latest scores, clubs, tables, special reports and online discussion boards. Test your sporting knowledge with their online quiz.
 This virtual newscaster brings you all the latest sports news headlines. You can also get the latest picture stories and sports video reports here. You can follow all the news, sport, business and entertainment subjects you are used to seeing on Ananova, on your Orange phone. Check out the site for more details.
Times Online
 The Times newspaper brings you all the latest sports news online. Football, rugby and cricket scores and results can be delivered to your mobile phone. On their sports calendar you can get the full year's fixtures. Their sports shop brings you special offers every week. Visit the Sports Book for all your betting needs.
 Read all about it and hear all about it online. Sportonair specialises in the latest audio sports news bulletins covering football, rugby union, athletics, horse racing, cricket, golf, betting audio, tennis, boxing, and motor racing. Sportonair also provides phone updates on Britain's top clubs everyday.
Independent, The
 This online paper's sports pages keep you up-to-date with the news on various sports. The Independent also brings you links to other sporting related sites. Featured sports include cricket, fishing, golf, motor racing, rugby league, rugby union, tennis and football. The site also includes a section devoted to sports politics.

  A sports directory with links to other sports sites. They cover a wide range of sports from athletics, football and cricket through to boxing, wintersports and cycling. You can check out the latest hot links, and new links that have been added. Users can register so that they can receive email updates.

Other Interesting Cricket Sites
ALeagueSports-Cricket  Cricket on this general sports sight but beware the small  script. 
  Baggy Green  The official ACB Australian site . All the information you want about the Australian  domestic scene and Australia's international cricket. 
BBC NEWS -Cricket    BBC may have lost TV broadcasting rights for Tests etc  but their cricket website is full of news and pictures. 
    The Bunbury XI David English is one of cricket's larger than life  personalities who has devoted a lifetime raising money for                   charities and sponsorship for youth cricket via the Bunburys. Originally bunny rabbit cricketers in a hilarious               series of cartoon books the Bunburys today turn out as   an astonishing cricket eleven of celebrities. A Bunbury        match is a great day out for the family. 
Cricket World Ratings 
and Stats Programmes 
Leaders in computer ratings of World Cricket together  with stats services 
Cricket Conferences   The three Conferences-- Club Cricket Conference,  League Cricket Conference and Midlands Club Cricket
 Conference provide invaluable services to cricket clubs and leagues throughout England. Softwright has provided
   the basis of a new much expanded portal which will now hopefully fulfill an important role online for the grass roots game. It will be interesting to observe how this site and ECB's www.play-cricket.com grow to serve the club
  cricket community. For some of the script used you'll need brilliant eyesight or a very large screen. 
Cricket Crazy       A lively site of news and features 
Cricket in Spain  Cricket tours to sunny Spain have become a favourite with UK clubs and this is a most informative site if you are planning such a visit. 
cricketline.com  For a busy website with extensive up to date news of  the First Class and International game worldwide 
Cricket on sports.com  Another general sports site offering a healthy helping of current news of the first class game and international cricket. 
 Cricket Societies  There are cricket lovers societies all over UK as well as national ones and the tendency has spread worldwide. the old NCA had the Council of Cricket Lovers Societies as a member. Such collective love for and no doubtwisdom of the game cricket was considered likely to be  able to make a useful contribution. Not so for the Corporate ECB who have no time was such peripheral nostalgia in running its very modern sports business. Societies meet regularly usually with a well known cricket person or two as a speaker(s) to kick off discussion and often publish regular journals. This is cricinfo's fairly comprehensive list which also includes some Associations  which are different and shown elsewhere on this site.
  Cricket Unlimited Wisden and The Guardian have dissolved their fruitful  partnership after two years and now go their seperate ways. this link is now to the Guardian sport section. 
Cricketwebsites  A commercial cluster of mainly UK cricket websites

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