Cricket's greatest legends. Sport's fiercest rivalry. Wisden's fakest
CrickiLeaks charges headlong onto the players' balcony and imagines 40
cricketing diaries of rare wit and invention, along with the illustrated
book covers they might have inspired.
Featuring spoof journal entries drawn from throughout Ashes history,
CrickiLeaks reveals for the first time the innermost thoughts of the
greatest cricketers of the last 129 years. And Mitchell Johnson.
CrickiLeaks includes imagined diaries from players on the most recent
tour (Andrew Strauss, Ricky Ponting), diaries from the all-time greats
(Shane Warne, Freddie Flintoff, Sir Ian Botham, Geoffrey Boycott, Donald
Bradman, W.G. Grace), as well as contributions from less obvious
An irreverent and entertaining collection of Ashes diaries, CrickiLeaks
finally lays to rest some of cricket's greatest mysteries:- What exactly
was going through Gatting's mind as he faced the ball of the century?-
Why did Ricky Ponting lose his rag with Ronald McDonald?- What really
went on between Douglas Jardine and Daphne the Koala in Adelaide Zoo?
A riotous and uniquely scurrilous addition to any cricket-lover's
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