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Chris Cairns

£16.99

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Extremely minimal to outer cover and spine. Pages in perfect condition - no marks, wear or damage.

Twelve years on from his New Zealand debut, Chris Cairns has emerged from his father's shadow to be rated the world's greatest cricketing all-rounder. Life, though, has not always been easy for Cairns, who in 2000 was named International Cricketer of the Year by that most venerable of cricket publications, "Wisdens". In this book he talks about the rebellious periods in his life, including his much-publicised row with former New Zealand coach and cricketing icon, Glenn Turner; of the despair at the loss of his sister in a South Island train smash and how he finally managed to come to terms with that tragedy. At 31, Cairns has scored 2852 test runs, at an average of 32.79, and taken 197 wickets at 28.80.

Item details

Author(s):
McDouall, Hamish
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1869589106
ISBN-13:
9781869589103
Number of pages:
264
Publisher:
Hodder Education

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Extremely minimal to outer cover and spine. Pages in perfect condition - no marks, wear or damage.

Twelve years on from his New Zealand debut, Chris Cairns has emerged from his father's shadow to be rated the world's greatest cricketing all-rounder. Life, though, has not always been easy for Cairns, who in 2000 was named International Cricketer of the Year by that most venerable of cricket publications, "Wisdens". In this book he talks about the rebellious periods in his life, including his much-publicised row with former New Zealand coach and cricketing icon, Glenn Turner; of the despair at the loss of his sister in a South Island train smash and how he finally managed to come to terms with that tragedy. At 31, Cairns has scored 2852 test runs, at an average of 32.79, and taken 197 wickets at 28.80.

Author(s):
McDouall, Hamish
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1869589106
ISBN-13:
9781869589103
Number of pages:
264
Publisher:
Hodder Education

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