The gentleman's game

Cowley, Jason
August 2005
New Statesman;8/15/2005, Vol. 134 Issue 4753, p19
Presents the author's view on the 2005 cricket season. Suggestion that the present group of Australians are perhaps the greatest group of cricketers ever to have played the game; Performance of England's cricket team; Review of a recent match between Australia and England; Performance of Australian bowlers Glenn McGarth and Shane Warne; Performance of England's Andrew Flintoff and Kevin Pietersen.


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