Wednesday, 5 March 2014


With ESPNcricnfo having earlier published an in-depth Q&A with Bob Taylor on the wicket-keeper's art, last week it was time to air his recollections of a life in cricket, from starting out by the old Stoke ground, via Staffordshire, Derbyshire, a belated stint with England after Packer claimed Alan Knott, and coming on as sub keeper at Lord's a few years after his retirement. Have a read:

"I didn't ever break a finger, but they're a bit crooked"