2:57 PM GMTSteven LynchEditor of the updated edition of Wisden on the Ashes CloseSteven Lynch won the Wisden Cricket Monthly Christmas Quiz three years running before the then-editor said “I can’t let you win it again, but would you like a job?” That lasted for 15 years, before he moved across to the Wisden website when that was set up in 2000. Following the merger of the two sites early in 2003 he was appointed as the global editor of Wisden Cricinfo. In June 2005 he became the deputy editor of Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack. He continues to contribute the popular weekly “Ask Steven” question-and-answer column on ESPNcricinfo, and edits the Wisden Guide to International Cricket.FacebookTwitterFacebook MessengerPinterestEmailprintSri Lanka scored 345 in a recent one-day international, without anyone hitting a six – was this a record? asked Daniel Stockill from South Africain Hambantota last week without the aid of an individual six. That did break the previous record, which was England’s 333 for 6 against Australia in Sydney in 2010-11. There have been four other ODI totals of 300-plus without an individual six, one each by South Africa (321 for 8 v Pakistan in Nairobi in 1996-97), India (309 for 5 v… Read full this story
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