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PO Box 5135 Burnley, Victoria
Tel: 0417 363 433
A Max Pac is a composition of information relating to the many aspects of Max's speaking and business fields of expertise. The package includes a CV, testimonials and individual descriptions of the roles Max undertakes.
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The difficult exercise of writing about sport in the 21st Century is the sheer blanket of media coverage.
We can plant the bum on a couch and watch a Test match, six hours a day, start of play to stumps. You can listen to the “end of play” summary or ball-by-ball description on radio. Television news compresses both the scoreboard and the highlights package. Daily newspapers provide another insight into the drama with appropriate images to match the headlines.
I believe cricket books should take the reader to a different place – a bridge to the theatre of the mind. A space they would not normally inhabit.
Under every cap, hat and helmet are a million stories. No matter what the viewpoint – winner/loser, batsman/bowler/keeper, spectator/commentator, father/mother … the game is compelling.
Individual passion expands to accommodate that connection.
Storytelling is part of the belonging and part of the sharing which the game delivers over time. Glue.
Former Prime Minister John Howard describes himself as a cricket tragic – he’s not alone.
The cricket community is energized by these like-minded people. They love the game and the game reciprocates in many dimensions.
I trust I can provide a gate to the greatest game of all. Please walk through as if you’re striding to the crease with expectation way beyond ability.
Smile, laugh, connect … and then tell your story. Because then, like a mirror, another story will be reflected from the wearer of a different Cap, Hat and Helmet.
C’mon Aussie C’mon!
From Max Walker, one of Australia’s most highly treasured speakers, and Mike McColl Jones, a writer with television, come Ladies and Gentlemen, a book of amusing stories and anecdotes from a lifetime behind the microphone and camera. Hear are tales of glory and folly on and off the stage, f things that can – and […]
Here it is … the perfect companion for the lunch or tea break during day-long tests – a hip-pocket cricket joke book from Max Walker and Brian Doyle.
The difficult exercise of writing about sport in the 21st Century is the sheer blanket of media coverage. We can plant the bum on a couch and watch a Test match, six hours a day, start of play to stumps. You can listen to the “end of play” summary or ball-by-ball description on radio. Television […]