Warne Worn tells the story of how the Baggy Green cap – cricket’s enduring symbol of the Australian spirit – became a rallying point for the country’s response to the devastating ‘Black Summer’ bushfires of 2019/20.
India’s 71-Year Test presents the story of the Indian Men’s Cricket Team in what is considered one of its greatest recurring challenges – taking on Australia in Test cricket, Down Under.
Justin Langer, the popular coach of Australian Men’s Cricket Team, inspires young cricketers in this revival of the childrens sporting handbook – a condensed modern reboot of the Don Bradman classic, The Art of Cricket (1958).
The long-awaited new book from the Coodabeen Champions with stories and photos from over four decades of truly unique Australian entertainment featuring transcripts and memorabilia of memorable moments in Australian Rules Football through the years, all told in the humorous style the Coodabeens are known and loved for.
Sports fans everywhere love a feel-good story, Australians are certainly no exception. If it involves fresh young talent taking on the world and winning against the odds, so much the better. That’s why the highlight of 2019 was the coming of age of a brilliant new star in one of the nation’s favourite sports, tennis.
A ripping collection of Australian yarns and poems from the much-loved Murray Muz Hartin including his most well-known, Turbulence and the haunting Rain From Nowhere.