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Get it by Wed, 19 Dec - Thu, 27 Dec from Perth, Australia
MY SPIN ON CRICKET tells the story of the great game through the ages, through personal anecdotes and a lively, well informed narrative by Richie Benaud, the popular cricket commentator and former Australian cricket captain. Hailed as one of the most influential cricketer and cricket personalities of the last fifty years, he was the runaway winner in The Wisden Cricketer's commentators' poll of 2005. With the emphasis on the modern game, Richie puts current events under the spotlight and relates them to the past. He discusses all aspects of the game, including gambling, sledging, leadership and techlogical development in this entertaining and highly informative book.
Born in New South Wales in 1930, Richie Benaud was a high class attacking batsman and a masterful leg-break bowler, captaining Australia in 28 of the 63 Tests in which he played. After retiring as a player in 1964, Richie Benaud quickly became a successful TV commentator. He retired from British TV commentary after the fifth match of the 2005 Ashes series at the Oval.