Cricket to us was more than play, It was a worship in the summer sun.
Cricket to us, like you, was more than play,It was a worship in the summer sun.Edmund Charles Blunden
Cricket is an ancient pastime; it ripened sweetly, it has endured nobly.thomas Moult
There is a widely held and quite erroneously held belief that Cricket is just another game.Prince Philip
Baseball has the great advantage over Cricket of being sooner ended. It combines the best features of that primitive form of Cricket known asTip-and-Run with those of lawn tennis, Puss-in-the-corner and Handel's Messiah.George Bernard Shaw
If there is any game in the world that attracts the half- baked theorist more than Cricket I have yet to hear of it.Fred (Frederick Sewards) Trueman
They've started this filthy floodlit Cricket with cricketers wearing tin hats and advertisements for contraceptives on their boots.alan ayckbourn
A gun is no more dangerous than a Cricket bat in the hands of a madman.duke of edinburgh philip
I tend to believe that Cricket is the greatest thing that God ever created on earth.Harold Pinter
Far from all resort of mirth, Save the Cricket on the hearth.john milton
I was brought up to believe that Cricket is the most important activity in men's lives, the most important thread in the fabric of the cosmos.bernard hollowood
Oh God, if there be Cricket in heaven, let there also be rain.
If you have a love for the game of Cricket, whether you are a player, an ex-player or simply an onlooker, many will be the pleasures in your life.
The work of an enthusiast who has watched and enjoyed Cricket with an eye for detail and for character, for adventure and the human reflection beyond the ropes. It will, I fancy, be read with the same pleasure as it was written.margaret hughes
The Australia of her book is not merely a setting for Cricket but a place of interest, of fun and of new impressionsmargaret hughes
To some people Cricket is a circus show upon which they may or may not find it worth while to spend sixpence. To others it is a cult and a philosophy, and these last will neve be understood by the profanum vulgus, nor by the merchant-minded nor by the unphysically intellectual.
If the French noblesse had been capable of playing Cricket with their peasants, their chateaux would never have been burnt.g. m. trevelyan
Test Cricket is bloody hard work, especially when you've got Sachin batting with what looks like a three-metre-wide bat.