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Kersi Meher-Homji

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About

Kersi is an author of 14 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 From Bradman to Kohli -- Best of Australia - India Test cricket with Forewords by Allan Border and Sunil Gavaskar .

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Three of the SCG’s most memorable Test moments

Three of the SCG's most memorable Test moments

4 Jan 2018

The new year starts with a Sydney Test. I have not missed watching a Test at the SCG from 1970. Below is my personal choice of the three most memorable January Ashes Tests in Sydney.

Two-day wonders: History’s best two-day Tests

Two-day wonders: History's best two-day Tests

30 Dec 2017

South Africa thrashing Zimbabwe within two days at Port Elizabeth by an innings and 120 runs on Wednesday is the inspiration for this feature.

A fascinating book on cricket’s finest bowling spells is inspired by The Roar

A fascinating book on cricket's finest bowling spells is inspired by The Roar

21 Dec 2017

One of the pleasures of writing for The Roar is that you make friends with famous sports personalities you had never met before.

Six-hitting can create spectator hazards

Six-hitting can create spectator hazards

11 Dec 2017

An Ellyse Perry’s six that hit a spectator at North Sydney Oval on Saturday is not a rare occurrence. It made me dive into my book Six Appeal and other reference books before I narrate some hellish stories concerning spectator hazards.

Australia leads England 11-4 at the Gabba

Australia leads England 11-4 at the Gabba

21 Nov 2017

As the Test at the Gabba, Brisbane, starts on Thursday, let’s do some sums. Of the 20 Ashes matches played at the Gabba, Australia has won 11, lost four, with five drawn.

2017-18 Ashes set to break 32-all historical deadlock

2017-18 Ashes set to break 32-all historical deadlock

16 Oct 2017

Much has been written on the Ashes, with the next instalment coming up in the Australian summer. But did you know that the Ashes wins are currently tied 32-all?