A Century of Cricket Tests
New Holland, 2013. First edition, first printing. A near fine copy only marked by the neat removal of the title page,
We delve into the long and remarkable history of international Test cricket to highlight 100 of the best Test matches every played. Featuring incredible turnarounds, intense rivalries and stunning performances, these lively narratives give a fascinating insight into how the game has changed over time, as well as depicting the unforgettable moments that have made Test cricket so popular for more than 130 years. Plentiful stats will satisfy the numbers people, but Tests are also described in an engaging style for those who just want to be thrilled.
Liam Hauser was born in Queensland in 1982 and lived there for most of his life before moving to Tumut in rural NSW in 2008 after becoming a journalist. He completed a Bachelor of Journalism degree at the Queensland University of Technology in 2006 before working as a sports reporter, firstly in Kingaroy (Queensland), and then in Tumut NSW. In his role as a country journalist, he has covered sports as diverse as cricket, rugby league, rugby union, tennis, oztag, soccer, gymnastics, golf, camp drafting, rifle shooting and archery. Liam developed a strong interest in cricket and rugby league as a youngster. He thought that if others could write about these sports, then he too could aspire to become a sports journalist and author. His first major publication was Rugby League State of Origin: 30 Years, which he worked on for 10 years while studying at High School and then becoming a journalist. A Century of Cricket Tests, his second major undertaking, is the product of hundreds of hours of research and a writing regime spanning 18 months over 2012-13.