A celebration of the dull, dud and dead of Test and First Class cricket. With a foreword by Greg Chappell, the book covers every ignoble cricket act from the Trevor Chappell underarm bowling incident to Dilip Doshi’s unbelievably bad batting.
The worst grounds, the worst sledging, and the most appalling umpiring decisions are all there. Cricket’s Hall of Shame is the perfect gift for the man who has nothing but a beer gut and a good line of invective.
First published in October 1998 by Fremantle Arts Centre Press