From the pitch to the commentary box, Kerry ′Skull′ O′Keeffe has covered Australian cricket from every angle for more than thirty years. His distinctive laugh, his self-deprecating humour and his incisive opinions have made his commentary of the game essential summer listening for cricket fans all over the country.
Skullduggery brings together Skull′s priceless columns for the Sunday Telegraph, a selection of classic yarns and all-new words of wisdom to present his colourful take on cricket today.
As warm and witty on the page as he is on the airwaves, Skull has the most insightful eye in cricket. He′ll have you chuckling by the coin toss and wiping away tears by stumps.
About the Author
Kerry O’Keeffe was a spin bowler in the Australian cricket team from 1971 to 1977. So when he commentates on ABC Radio’s GRANDSTAND you know you can trust him! He is also one of the funniest commentators in the business and can crack himself up faster than anyone else. His laugh is one of the best-known in the business, and can set off anyone in hearing distance. O’Keeffe’s hilarious stories are legend - and he has collected a lot of them in ACCORDING TO SKULL along with stories from his own life and his wry and pertinent observations on cricket other sports and sports personalities.
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 1st December 2010
Publisher: ABC Books
Dimensions (cm): 20.1 x 15.0 x 1.8
Weight (kg): 0.286