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'AVE A GO YER MUG! AUSTRALIAN CRICKET CROWDS FROM LARRIKIN TO OCKER

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Fiercely (occasionally violently) patriotic, Australian crowds have long had a reputation for barracking and involvement in the game not seen anywhere else in the world. This book looks at the history and influence of the crowd on Australian Cricket

Paperback. 4to. 192pp. Illustrations in the text. Very good. Signed by the author to title-page and dedicated to Norman Geras, the political theorist.

Date
1984
Publisher
William Collins
Author
Richard CASHMAN

£18.00 (Code: 28389)

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