Almanac Cricket (Memoir): Headingley, 1993

Recently T.G. White found some old photos of the Headingley Test in 1993. John Harms was at that Test with him.

Almanac Cricket – Gabba Test XI: the greatest performance in the greatest match

Dave Brown kicks off the Test season by selecting his best XIs for both Australia and Pakistan, based on performances at the ‘Gabba.

Referendums, Gilchrist and a record-breaking run chase – the Australian cricket summer in 1999/2000

1999 was an interesting time in Australia. Sean Mortell tells the story of a nation’s referendum and the connection it had with a famous Australian test match victory.

The Ashes 2019 – Fifth Test: Oval-teamie, The Oval Australian Test XI

Dave Brown has selected an Australian Test X1 based upon their performances playing at The Oval.

Almanac Cricket: An Australian Team of Ians

After reading Glen’s team of Ls yesterday, Almanac editor Ian Hauser put together his fantasy Australian cricket team made up of Ians. He had to co-opt a couple of extras.

Pub review: The Holdy, Glenelg South

As a XXXX Gold beer ambassador, the highlight for Mickey Randall was a XXXX function at the Holdfast Hotel during which he spent some time with former Australian cricket captain, Allan Border. Here is his account.

Almanac Glassware: Southwark Mugs

Mickey Randall has enjoyed a 26 year relationship with his Southwark mugs. Here’s why.

Almanac Novelty Teams: The Cricket Playing Martians are Coming

Roger Lowrey picks a side from the best cricketers he’s seen (since 1963). Will no doubt generate some discussion.

The Ashes: Forget England; Australian cricket culture is rubbish (Come gather ‘round people)

David Wilson with his thoughtful take on Australian cricket “culture”.

Almanac Cricket – One Test Wallies

With the latest round of Test selections and axings, Glen! has compiled a team of one test cricketers, can you add to his selections?

Almanac Cricket: UQCC – Interview with the Keepers (Part 2)

Tremendous. Ian Elks shares Part 2 of a cracking interview with three Uni of Queensland Cricket Club wicketkeepers to play for Queensland: Lew Cooper, Wade Seccombe and Chris Hartley. [With thanks to UQCC Old Boys Cricket News – Ed].