Cricket Oddities

Cricket Oddities

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A fish once stopped play in Sri Lanka. The two-foot specimen landed in the middle of the wicket, dropped by a sea eagle. When Gareth Lewis hit a six in a game at Nawton, North Yorkshire, the ball landed in a car radiator grille and ended up in a garage in Kirkbymoorside, some three and a half miles away. Two cricket teams from Keswick in the Lake District once played on skates on the frozen Derwentwater Lake. These are just a few examples of the weird and wonderful facts that can be found in this miscellany of cricket trivia.
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  • Paperback | 192 pages
  • 124 x 165 x 10mm | 180g
  • Tempus Publishing Ltd
  • Stroud, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0752445855
  • 9780752445854
  • 1,440,679

About Dean Hayes

Dean Hayes has written many books on football, cricket and other sports. He regularly contributes to The Footballer and Wisden Cricket Monthly. He lives in Pembrokeshire.
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