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Few people understand cricket as well as Richie Benaud. Born in New South Wales, he was a high class attacking batsman and a masterful leg-break bowler, captaining Australia in 28 of the 63 Tests in which he played. After retiring as a player in 1964, Richie Benaud quickly became a successful TV commentator. No one else has found such favor with the vast majority of cricket lovers at both ends of the world for so long. He has known every major figure in cricket for forty years, as colleague and friend or both, and with his gift as a raconteur, this is a cricket autobiography like no other. Now fully updated to also include the last 10 years of Richie's career, "Anything But An Autobiography" is the must-read cricket book of 2010.
About the Author
Richie Benaud captained Australia and was one of the most successful Australian cricketers ever. Since retiring from playing, he has established a reputation as themaster of cricket commentary, and his global popularity has grown with broadcasts on the BBC, Sky, and many other networks."