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Kersi Meher-Homji

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Kersi is an author of 13 cricket books including The Waugh Twins, Crcket's Great All-rounders, Six Appeal and Nervous Nineties. He writes regularly for Inside Cricket and other publications. He is busy with his new book on Cricket's Conflicts and Controversies with a Foreword by Greg Chappell.

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April 2009
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When 500 was just not enough to win

When 500 was just not enough to win

3 days ago

New Zealand cricketers must be scratching their heads in frustration. How did it happen? How did they lose the Lord’s Test on Monday after scoring 523 runs in the first innings and then leading England by 134 runs?

Well done BJ: Haddin calls it a day in ODIs

Well done BJ: Haddin calls it a day in ODIs

18 May 2015

It did not come as a surprise to me learning of the retirement of Bradley James Haddin from ODIs yesterday. After all he is over 37 years old.

Oh, what a bashing! England beaten in three days in Barbados

Oh, what a bashing! England beaten in three days in Barbados

5 May 2015

Australia beware, the Windies have tasted flesh and appear hungry to take on Michael Clarke’s men next month.

Richie Benaud was a spinner, skipper and commentator extraordinaire

Richie Benaud was a spinner, skipper and commentator extraordinaire

10 Apr 2015

The passing away of the multi-talented and popular Richie Benaud at the age of 84 last night has saddened many hearts, especially mine, as we knew each other for decades and he wrote a flattering Foreword to one of my books.

Can a clash of heavyweights match the drama of the other semi?

Can a clash of heavyweights match the drama of the other semi?

26 Mar 2015

Will the SCG semi-final between Australia and India on the SCG equal the Kiwi-Proteas cliffhanger at Auckland for suspense and raw drama?

How the Cricket World Cup could have been better organised

How the Cricket World Cup could have been better organised

16 Mar 2015

The ICC Cricket World is now at the quarter final stage. And mostly it has been enjoyable with quite a few thrilling finishes plus outstanding batting and bowling performances.

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