Sobers Six Hit Perfection At Swansea: That Was The Day

On 31st of August 1968, at the St Helen’s cricket ground in Swansea, West Indies cricketer Garfield St Aubrun (Garry) Sobers became the first player in the, roughly, 200 year history of the sport to hit every ball of an over for six, playing for Nottinghamshire against Glamorgan. This is an account of that afternoon by someone who was there, set in the context of a turbulent year. More

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Words: 15,610
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476036144
About Gareth Huw Davies

Long experience as a senior contributor to UK and overseas publications on a wide range of subjects.
Books: A Walk along the Thames Path: Michael Joseph, 1989.
Vanishing England. A photographic journey through England's threatened landscapes (England's Glory: photographic journey through England's threatened landscapes, in US).
Specialties
areas of expertise include writing for national newspapers and magazines on business, property, public sector, conservation, energy, popular science, technology, travel, culture, landscape.

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