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Leave the cricket jumper alone! It's emblematic of the very soul of the game - Telegraph

Leave the cricket jumper alone! It's emblematic of the very soul of the game

The traditional cricket jumper affords protection from the elements, flatters the middle-aged frame, and provides a reassuring link to childhood. Mess with it at your peril, says Alan Tyers

Swann (Eng) 6 wickets, took his 15th five-wicket haul in Tests, vs New Zealand, 2nd Test, Headingley, 5th day, May 28, 2013

Cricket England continue Ashes build-up with comfortable win over New Zealand

Roy Fredericks: Innings a beauty to behold in Australia by Shan Razack

Holding lets rip in New Zealand.

My Favorite Cricket Photo

Holding lets rip in New Zealand.

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Cricket at the 1932 Olympics

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Sport Cricket London England Circa 1910 Young street boys play cricket on a patch of waste ground

Sport Cricket London England Circa 1910 Young street boys play cricket on a…

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Grace: "When you win the toss – bat. If you are in doubt, think about it, then bat. If you have very big doubts, consult a colleague – then bat.

Bishen Bedi - India - Test Profile 1966-79

Bishen Bedi - India - Test Profile 1966-79

War of words during the 1948 ''Invincibles'' tour, Don Bradman had a running battle with his star all-rounder, Keith Miller. Twice during the Test series, when Bradman threw Miller the ball to bowl, Miller threw it back, refusing. In the dressing room at Lord's, the bickering went on, and Jack Fingleton, covering the tour, was told that Bradman ''grumbled of Miller not bowling''.  ''I don't know what's up with you chaps,'' Bradman said. ''I'm 40 and I can do my full day's work in the…

Sir Donald George Bradman, AC, often referred to as "The Don", was an Australian cricketer, widely acknowledged as the greatest Test batsman of all time. Lodge Tarbolton No 12 UGLNSW

Roy Fredericks bowling left-arm chinamen and googlies, probably for Glamorgan in…

Roy Fredericks bowling left-arm chinamen and googlies, probably for Glamorgan in…