Hobbsy – A Life in Cricket

Keep an eye out for ‘Hobbsy: A Life in Cricket’ written by Norfolk Cricket Society member Rob Kelly. A biography of former England, Essex, Suffolk and Glamorgan leg-spinner Robin Hobbs – a popular guest speaker at our April 2017 meeting – ‘Hobbsy’ will be available direct from Von Krumm Publishing as well as the Essex Cricket Store, Amazon and other major outlets.

Hobbsy Cover


Wisden Cricket Monthly – book of the month for Cricket Society speaker!

Our April guest speaker – Patrick Ferriday from Von Krumm Publishing – recently had his latest title In Tandem featured as the Wisden Cricket Monthly book of the month.

Catch Patrick at the George Hotel in Norwich, 7.45pm on Thursday 26 April.

WCM. In Tandem. January 2018

Compleat Cricket

A timely release before the start of the season, Compleat Cricket: eight days in September is Norwich-based author Tim Cawkwell’s latest book and a lovely account of the closing rounds of the 2017 County Championship. Essex had already clinched the County Championship and so all eyes were drawn towards the bottom of Division One and the scramble between five teams to avoid relegation.

Eight days in September

Further details in the attached flyer

Compleat Cricket is available from Amazon

Tim Cawkwell can be followed on Twitter

Chris Lewis talking cricket, prison and the road to redemption.

Former England all-rounder Chris Lewis talking to BBC 5 Live’s Sarah Brett and Colin Paterson in September 2017 about his career in cricket, his fall from grace after being convicted of attempting to smuggle liquid cocaine into the UK and his long road to redemption.

Chris is our guest speaker on Thursday 26 October, 7.45pm at the George Hotel in Norwich.

Wisden 2017 book of the year winner coming to Norwich!

Absolutely thrilled to announce that our talk with Emma John has been rescheduled for Wednesday 8th November 2017 (7.45pm) at the The George Hotel in Norwich.

Emma first book – Following on – has recently been announced as the prestigious Wisden book of the year for 2017.


Emma’s talk will be unmissable for anyone who followed England through the dark, barren years of the 1990s and still has a soft spot for Michael Atherton, Alec Stewart or John Crawley!

You can follow Emma on Twitter