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Rob Steen: Did this man play cricket’s most defiant innings?

In a County Championship match at Grace Road in 1971, Glamorgan were teetering on a decidedly unprincely 11 for 8 when Don Shepherd joined Peter Walker. Aware that the lowest first-class total was 12, legend has it Walker said to his … Continue reading

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Umpire Reviews Are Flawed

Umpire Reviews Are Flawed October 2009 Umpires are losing the art of giving decisions, says former international umpire Peter Willey As a first-class umpire, thanks to technology, I do find myself thinking differently about decisions, especially lbws. And I shouldn’t … Continue reading

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