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The Golden Cricket By Tom Cocking
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A poor young Chinese girl in a tiny village catches a rare golden cricket, which bribes her to release it, but when the girl gives the gold coin to the village moneylender, is cheated. She gets... More > revenge after catching the cricket the second time.< Less
The Golden Cricket By Tom Cocking
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A poor young Chinese girl in a tiny village catches a rare golden cricket, which bribes her to release it, but when the girl gives the gold coin to the village moneylender, is cheated. She gets... More > revenge after catching the cricket the second time.< Less
Ranga Plays Australia - a cricket dream By Ian Burns
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It’s only four years after the end of WW2, when there were no great cricket matches. But now things are getting back to normal: the Australians have thrashed the Poms in England, India has... More > played its first Test series in Australia, and ‘the Don’ has retired. In a small Bangalore village young Ranganathan Rao is musing about life in general and cricket in particular. The weather’s been hot and dry for ever – everyone’s eyes are skywards, looking for the monsoon. Except for Ranga’s, whose spinning fingers begin to itch. Kumar, Ranga’s English/Geography/History teacher, as part of a discourse on the strangeness of the English language, introduces his pupils to an especially strange word - that he heard an Australian say during the war – and invites them to try to pronounce it and identify its meaning. After many unsuccessful attempts Kumar reveals both the word’s pronunciation and meaning, and suggests that everyone might remember this, as one day they might go to Australia. This starts Ranga thinking.< Less
Flourish for Women Cricket Facts, Figures and Results By Dr. Vibharani Nivargi
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Sport is accepted as a part of society and culture throughout the world. It gets attention and involvement from the people to the extent of capturing newspaper headlines, media attention and revenue... More > for entrepreneurs. Games also affect social promises, human values, social life and international affairs. In the global context, sports have occupied a prime place in the international arena. Sports persons from divergent cultures, race, and societies meet and share their experiences, values and social realities. Recently, the sports happen to make the whole world a small sports village.< Less
50 Years of Flannel By Charles Shedrick
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Village cricket from deepest, darkest Devon. Follow the ups and downs of Cheriton Fitzpaine Cricket Club in 2006, including their successful attempt to break the World Record for the longest... More > continuous cricket match.< Less
50 Years of Flannel By Charles Shedrick
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Village cricket from deepest, darkest Devon. Follow the ups and downs of Cheriton Fitzpaine Cricket Club in 2006, including their successful attempt to break the World Record for the longest... More > continuous cricket match.< Less
50 Years of Flannel By Charles Shedrick
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Village cricket from deepest darkest Devon. This second volume in the series book relates the ups and downs of Cheriton Fitzpaine Cricket Club in it's 50th Anniversary season through the match... More > reports submitted by members of the Club.< Less
50 Years of Flannel By Charles Shedrick
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Village cricket from deepest darkest Devon. This second volume in the series book relates the ups and downs of Cheriton Fitzpaine Cricket Club in it's 50th Anniversary season through the match... More > reports submitted by members of the Club.< Less
Late Cut By Michael John Smedley
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Life in the Pennine village of Briseley T'ill centres around the cricket club. The accidental discovery of a body at the cricket ground throws the even tenor of rural life into turmoil.
Bradstock: Pulling Together By Neil Pickup
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The village of Bradstock nestled on a lush green hillside that overlooked a river valley, where the River Braid roared across boulder after boulder and thundered down towards the sea. Beyond the... More > river valley, tightly planted battalions of trees guarded barren moorland that stretched towards the horizon. Eleven-year-old Lewis Mitchell is a Class Six pupil at Bradstock primary school. Like his best friend Daniel Harris, Lewis is a huge cricket fan. Unfortunately for the two boys, neither their school nor the village club have any junior teams - or, at least, they didn't have any...< Less

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