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FREE PDF õ BOOK On Fire My Story of an Unbelievable Summer for English Cricket ¹ DANPASHLEY Ë ❄ [KINDLE] ✽ On Fire: My Story of an Unbelievable Summer for English Cricket By Ben Stokes ➝ – Danpashley.co.uk Early evening on Sunday 14th July 2019 Lord's CrEarly evening on Sunday 14th July 2019 Lord's Cricket Ground in London Something had just happened in the sport of cricket that had never happened before England had won the Cricket World Cup for the very first time since the tournament's inception in 1975  At the epicentre of England's historic triumph was Ben Stokes the talismanic all rounder with an insatiable appetite for The Big Occasion He contributed an absolutely critical 84 runs off 98 balls when England batted a seemingly nerveless innings of discipline and maturity Thrillingly it was enough to tie the scores at 241 runs each so the match reverted to a Super Over just six balls for each side to bat in the ultimate in sporting sudden death Stokes and his batting partner Jos Buttler saw England to 15 runs off their over When it was finally confirmed that Martin Guptill had been run out off the very last ball of New Zealand's Super Over with the scores once again level England had astonishingly won on the boundary count back and the nation could finally breathe again Early evening on Sunday 25th August 2019 A sun drenched Headingley in Leeds Having been bowled out for just 67 earlier in the Third Test England were facing the prospect of failing to regain the Ashes In their second innings England were still 73 runs short of victory with a solitary wicket remaining Australia were near certainties to retain the Ashes there and then Cue one of the most amazing innings ever witnessed as Ben Stokes thrashed the Australian bowlers to all corners of the ground in the process scoring 135 not out driving England to a barely believable one wicket victory and keeping the series very much alive The nation took another breath  In his brand new book Ben Stokes tells the story of England's electrifying first ever Cricket World Cup triumph as well as this summer's momentous Ashes Test series It is the ultimate insider's account of the most nerve shredding but riveting three and a half months in English cricket history   Ben Stokes' book provides a welcome opportunity to revisit England's World Cup win in 2019 and the drawn Ashes test series The text is not especially revelatory but is nevertheless an enjoyable read Unlike some other cricketers' books it is possible to read this and retain an admiration for his sporting talents and his personal ualities

On Fire My Story of an Unbelievable Summer for English CricketEarly evening on Sunday 14th July 2019 Lord's Cricket Ground in London Something had just happened in the sport of cricket that had never happened before England had won the Cricket World Cup for the very first time since the tournament's inception in 1975  At the epicentre of England's historic triumph was Ben Stokes the talismanic all rounder with an insatiable appetite for The Big Occasion He contributed an absolutely critical 84 runs off 98 balls when England batted a seemingly nerveless innings of discipline and maturity Thrillingly it was enough to tie the scores at 241 runs each so the match reverted to a Super Over just six balls for each side to bat in the ultimate in sporting sudden death Stokes and his batting partner Jos Buttler saw England to 15 runs off their over When it was finally confirmed that Martin Guptill had been run out off the very last ball of New Zealand's Super Over with the scores once again level England had astonishingly won on the boundary count back and the nation could finally breathe again Early evening on Sunday 25th August 2019 A sun drenched Headingley in Leeds Having been bowled out for just 67 earlier in the Third Test England were facing the prospect of failing to regain the Ashes In their second innings England were still 73 runs short of victory with a solitary wicket remaining Australia were near certainties to retain the Ashes there and then Cue one of the most amazing innings ever witnessed as Ben Stokes thrashed the Australian bowlers to all corners of the ground in the process scoring 135 not out driving England to a barely believable one wicket victory and keeping the series very much alive The nation took another breath  In his brand new book Ben Stokes tells the story of England's electrifying first ever Cricket World Cup triumph as well as this summer's momentous Ashes Test series It is the ultimate insider's account of the most nerve shredding but riveting three and a half months in English cricket history   Ben Stokes' book provides a welcome opportunity to revisit England's World Cup win in 2019 and the drawn Ashes test series The text is not especially revelatory but is nevertheless an enjoyable read Unlike some other cricketers' books it is possible to read this and retain an admiration for his sporting talents and his personal ualities

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On Fire: My Story of an Unbelievable Summer for English Cricket ↠ Early evening on Sunday 14th July 2019 Lord's Cricket Ground in London Something had just happened in the sport of cricket that had never happened before England had won the Cricket World Cup for the very first time since the tournament's inception in 1975  At the epicentre of England's historic triumph was Ben Stokes the talismanic all rounder with an insatiable appetite for The Big Occasion He contributed an absolutely critical 84 runs off 98 balls when England batted a seemingly nerveless innings of discipline and maturity Thrillingly it was enough to tie the scores at 241 runs each so the match reverted to a Super Over just six balls for each side to bat in the ultimate in sporting sudden death Stokes and his batting partner Jos Buttler saw England to 15 runs off their over When it was finally confirmed that Martin Guptill had been run out off the very last ball of New Zealand's Super Over with the scores once again level England had astonishingly won on the boundary count back and the nation could finally breathe again Early evening on Sunday 25th August 2019 A sun drenched Headingley in Leeds Having been bowled out for just 67 earlier in the Third Test England were facing the prospect of failing to regain the Ashes In their second innings England were still 73 runs short of victory with a solitary wicket remaining Australia were near certainties to retain the Ashes there and then Cue one of the most amazing innings ever witnessed as Ben Stokes thrashed the Australian bowlers to all corners of the ground in the process scoring 135 not out driving England to a barely believable one wicket victory and keeping the series very much alive The nation took another breath  In his brand new book Ben Stokes tells the story of England's electrifying first ever Cricket World Cup triumph as well as this summer's momentous Ashes Test series It is the ultimate insider's account of the most nerve shredding but riveting three and a half months in English cricket history   Loved the book disappointed when I went to Asda and the price was £400 cheaper TEXT ↠ My Story of an Unbelievable Summer for English Cricket Ö Ben Stokes

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Ben Stokes Ö On Fire: My Story of an Unbelievable Summer for English Cricket KINDLE Early evening on Sunday 14th July 2019 Lord's Cricket Ground in London Something had just happened in the sport of cricket that had never happened before England had won the Cricket World Cup for the very first time since the tournament's inception in 1975  At the epicentre of England's historic triumph was Ben Stokes the talismanic all rounder with an insatiable appetite for The Big Occasion He contributed an absolutely critical 84 runs off 98 balls when England batted a seemingly nerveless innings of discipline and maturity Thrillingly it was enough to tie the scores at 241 runs each so the match reverted to a Super Over just six balls for each side to bat in the ultimate in sporting sudden death Stokes and his batting partner Jos Buttler saw England to 15 runs off their over When it was finally confirmed that Martin Guptill had been run out off the very last ball of New Zealand's Super Over with the scores once again level England had astonishingly won on the boundary count back and the nation could finally breathe again Early evening on Sunday 25th August 2019 A sun drenched Headingley in Leeds Having been bowled out for just 67 earlier in the Third Test England were facing the prospect of failing to regain the Ashes In their second innings England were still 73 runs short of victory with a solitary wicket remaining Australia were near certainties to retain the Ashes there and then Cue one of the most amazing innings ever witnessed as Ben Stokes thrashed the Australian bowlers to all corners of the ground in the process scoring 135 not out driving England to a barely believable one wicket victory and keeping the series very much alive The nation took another breath  In his brand new book Ben Stokes tells the story of England's electrifying first ever Cricket World Cup triumph as well as this summer's momentous Ashes Test series It is the ultimate insider's account of the most nerve shredding but riveting three and a half months in English cricket history   A memory of the hero of the 4th day of the Test against the Australians a batsman who get on with the business of batting