Welcome to the CB Museum. Please take a look around our page and click on the photo of these past greats, or great moments, to find out more about that famous day!


Jonty Rhodes

Jonty Rhodes

1992 World Cup: In a crunch game for both Pakistan and

South Africa, Jonty Rhodes would leave the cricket world 

an everlasting memory of his fielding brilliance, but how crucial was it? Find out here:

What was the World Cup's

first ever upset?


There have been some huge upsets in World Cup history. Zimbabwe beating Australia in 1983. Kenya beating the West Indies in 1996. Ireland upsetting Pakistan in 2007 and Bangladesh beating India in the same year. But what was the first ever World Cup upset?

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Enid Bakewell and cricket's first

ever World Cup

Enid Bakewell was the third woman inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame. 

She is one of only 5 cricketers to have take 10 wickets and score a century in a test match. A marvellous way to end a career..

Not only was her short test career a stella one, but she had a big bearing on the first ever World Cup played by women. Do you know what year the first Women's World Cup was played in? What impact did Bakewell have? You can find out by clicking here:

Where were Lillee, Chappell, Marsh and the other big Australian names in 1979?

Australia made the final of the 1975 World Cup, and with several stars at the peak of the careers, they were not present at the 1979 world cup.

Find out why by clicking here:


What role did Mohinder Amarnath play in India's World Cup story?

Many Indian fans will know of the contributions of Mohinder Amarnath, and some of them won't know the record he holds til this day that nobody can take off him. 

You can find out what that is by clicking below.

What good gesture had a role to play in Australia's first ever World Cup triumph?

When India played Australia in the 2019 World Cup, Indian captain reacted to fans booing Steve Smith by asking them to applaud instead. It was a great gesture from the India skipper.

But which former Indian skipper did a similar kind gesture for Australia in a previous World Cup?


Australia's 1 run win over India at the 1987 World Cup

Australia had batted well, with both openers making significant contributions to post a great score for Australia. But with the match going right down the wire, who stood up to get Australia over the line?