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Brendon McCullum: Inside Twenty 20
Brendon McCullum: Inside Twenty...

Brendon McCullum: Inside Twenty 20


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Review by Corey on 17th August, 2011
5 stars "One Giant Mcscoop of Entertainment"

What better way to promote the wonderful game than with the most electrifying T20 batsmen to date. If you are sceptical about purchasing i recommend going for it, this book covers aspects of cricket that arn't that well looked at now days. Follow Bendon on the wonderful journey and experience thrill excitement amazement and skill all in this one book.



Release date NZ
July 8th, 2010
Foreword by Ricky Ponting
Dimensions (mm)
colour illustrations
Country of Publication
New Zealand
Hodder Moa
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Twenty20 cricket has quickly become the most popular form of the game and paralleling this popularity surge has been New Zealand's wicketkeeper-batsman Brendon McCullum. He is now regarded as New Zealand's best T20 player and one of the world's foremost exponents of the shortened game. Allied to his great cricketing skills, Brendon's outgoing disposition have endeared him to all followers of the game. The thrust of the book would be an insider's look into the high octane world of Twenty20 cricket. There would obviously be a huge focus on the IPL - including that remarkable innings of Brendon's, which laid the perfect foundation for the opening tournament in 2008. As well, there would be a large section of the book devoted to the 2009 T20 World Cup, being played in England. Given the popularity of both Brendon and the game itself, a skills section would be a valuable inclusion. There would also be an opportunity for Brendon to give his views on the three forms of the world game and analyse where he thinks cricket should be heading.

Author Biography

Dylan Cleaver is a sport writer for The New Zealand Herald.

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