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94 DECLARED: CRICKET REMINISCENCES

94 DECLARED: CRICKET REMINISCENCES

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Written only months before his death in 1980, the playwright Ben Travers looks back on a lifetime following cricket, from watching WG bat and Jessop's heroic innings at the Oval in 1902 through Bradman and finally Boycott, Botham and Lillee.

Small 8vo. 75pp. 8 pages of photographs.  Dust-wrapper, very good. 

Date
1981
Publisher
Elm Tree Books
Author
Ben TRAVERS

£9.00 (Code: 75699)

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