Introduction; The End of Certainty; The Accountable Age; Ashes Battle, Talent War; States of the Games; The Australian Way; Smash the Boundries; Enough Sorries?
Gideon Haigh was born on London and raised in Geelong, resident in Melbourne, Gideon Haigh has been a journalist since 1984, contributed to more than 100 newspapers and magazines, written thirty-two books and edited seven others. He has been a regular panellist on the ABCs Offsiders since 2005, and reported the 2017-18 Ashes for The Australian and The Times. He is the author of An Eye on Cricket (2017) and Shadows on the Pitch (2018).
"Crossing the Line is a devastating account of the effects of the professionalisation of cricket, providing context and crticial understanding to the crisis of Cape Town." - Mike Atherton