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ALLAN LAMB: MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY

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Allan Lamb was a great batsman and an entertainer. With over 4600 Test runs, including 14 Test hundreds for England and over 100 one-day international appearances, he was one of the most successful batsman of his generation. 

8vo. 288pp. 16 pages of photographs. Dust-wrapper, good. Binding a bit shaken but still a good copy.

Date
1996
Publisher
CollinsWillow
Author
Allan LAMB

£2.50 (Code: 32393)

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