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The history of Glamorgan County Cricket Club

£4.99

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The book charts the first hundred years of Glamorgan cricket, from inception, through the minor counties years, recognition of first class status to championship winners and victories over the Australian touring side. The triumphs and failures of the club are recorded and portraits of the leading characters drawn such as John Clay, Dai Davies and Wilf Wooller. The account deals with the last 100 years and is published on the occasion of the club's centenary. The text is accompanied by scorecards of the great matches, a full statistical section, as well as many photographs.
Tony Lewis, who captained the club and led them to victory in the second championship in 1969 provides his own personal view as a foreword.
This is a must for anyone interested in Glamorgan Cricket
4.99

Item details

Author(s):
Andrew Hignell
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
24 x 16.5 cm
Edition:
First 1988
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
ISBN 0747014086
Number of pages:
356
Publisher:
Christopher Helm, London, 1988 Christopher Helm Centenary History series.
Title:
THE HISTORY OF GLAMORGAN COUNTY CRICKET CLUB

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The book charts the first hundred years of Glamorgan cricket, from inception, through the minor counties years, recognition of first class status to championship winners and victories over the Australian touring side. The triumphs and failures of the club are recorded and portraits of the leading characters drawn such as John Clay, Dai Davies and Wilf Wooller. The account deals with the last 100 years and is published on the occasion of the club's centenary. The text is accompanied by scorecards of the great matches, a full statistical section, as well as many photographs.
Tony Lewis, who captained the club and led them to victory in the second championship in 1969 provides his own personal view as a foreword.
This is a must for anyone interested in Glamorgan Cricket
4.99

Author(s):
Andrew Hignell
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
24 x 16.5 cm
Edition:
First 1988
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
ISBN 0747014086
Number of pages:
356
Publisher:
Christopher Helm, London, 1988 Christopher Helm Centenary History series.
Title:
THE HISTORY OF GLAMORGAN COUNTY CRICKET CLUB

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