WISDEN BOOK OF THE YEAR 2019 | WINNER OF THE CRICKET SOCIETY &
MCC BOOK OF THE YEAR 2019 SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2019 TELEGRAPH
CRICKET BOOK OF THE YEAR LONGLISTED FOR THE 2019 CRICKET WRITER'S
CLUB (CWC) BOOK OF THE YEAR He was the top Test batsman in the
world, with numbers bettered only by the great Don Bradman - then
Australian cricket captain Steve Smith led the Australian team into
a cheating scandal that stunned cricket. How did a team with such
hard-edged history reach crisis point under Smith, and what
happened on their tour of South Africa to cause such a failure of
culture on the world stage? This is a full and frank narrative of
Smith's captaincy, David Warner's influence, the dramas that beset
Australian cricket, and a blow-by-blow account from Ashes high to
Cape Town low, from someone who was there for every ball and every
statement. Geoff Lemon writes a dramatic story that exposes how the
actions of a few young men shook the very foundations of the
Australian cricket establishment.
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