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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2018. VGC

£14.99

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*Hardback edition*
In this 155th edition of the Almanack, we celebrate the spectacular win for England over India in the Women's Cricket World Cup. Anya Shrubsole helped to make history at Lords and now she becomes the first woman to feature on the front cover of the Almanack.

Among the feature articles, Simon Wilde reflects on the passage to England's 1,000th Test, Harry Pearson celebrates 50 years of overseas players in the county game, and Tanya Aldred examines sexism in cricket. Mike Selvey looks at the psychology of the new-ball partnership, while Zafar Ansari explains why he gave it all up at the age of 25. Gideon Haigh has fun with cricketers and their mannerisms, and Andy Zaltzman hails James Anderson's ascent to 500 Test wickets.

In excellent condition

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Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
158x101x51
EAN-13:
9781472953544
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1472953544
ISBN-13:
9781472953544
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
1536
Publisher:
Bloomsbury Publishing (UK)
Title:
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2018. VGC

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*Hardback edition*
In this 155th edition of the Almanack, we celebrate the spectacular win for England over India in the Women's Cricket World Cup. Anya Shrubsole helped to make history at Lords and now she becomes the first woman to feature on the front cover of the Almanack.

Among the feature articles, Simon Wilde reflects on the passage to England's 1,000th Test, Harry Pearson celebrates 50 years of overseas players in the county game, and Tanya Aldred examines sexism in cricket. Mike Selvey looks at the psychology of the new-ball partnership, while Zafar Ansari explains why he gave it all up at the age of 25. Gideon Haigh has fun with cricketers and their mannerisms, and Andy Zaltzman hails James Anderson's ascent to 500 Test wickets.

In excellent condition

Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
158x101x51
EAN-13:
9781472953544
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1472953544
ISBN-13:
9781472953544
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
1536
Publisher:
Bloomsbury Publishing (UK)
Title:
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2018. VGC

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