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The Wit of Walker By Max Walker and Mike Coward

Max has always been a special cricket person.  He will be remembered on only for his 138 wickets in 34 Tests for Australia, bur for his sense of humour and fun which earned him a special place in the hearts of cricket followers throughout the world.  “The Wit of Walker” is an entertaining romp, chockfull of anecdotes of his boyhood days in Tasmania and of his life as a member of one of Australia’s greatest cricket teams.  It uncovers the identities who caused him to laugh as a land and tells o f the sporting personalities who kept him laughing.  An entertaining study of one facet of a fascinating character, it takes the reader from the ‘snake pit’ bar of The Empire Hotel in Hobart to the South African ghetto to Soweto and beyond.

 




Other Books by Max

Caps, Hats and Helmets By Max Walker

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 […]

The Wit of Walker By Max Walker and Mike Coward

Max has always been a special cricket person.  He will be remembered on only for his 138 wickets in 34 Tests for Australia, bur for his sense of humour and fun which earned him a special place in the hearts of cricket followers throughout the world.  “The Wit of Walker” is an entertaining romp, chockfull […]

How to Kiss a Crocodile By Max Walker

This story is a little second hand.  But isn’t that how great stories develop? Basically, not even the facts of this one have been changed to make it more interesting.   Isn’t it funny how the more dangerous a situation may have appeared at the time to all but those involved, the event becomes quite […]