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13th June 2019

It’s just not cricket…or is it?

25th April 2019

It’s just not cricket…or is it? Cricket as a sport has always been seen as one steeped in good manners. In recent years, however, we have all lived through incidents of ball tampering and match fixing in recent cricket matches. Is this a recent phenomenon? Or despite cricket’s gentlemanly reputation, has cunning behaviour been a […]

Wales wins the Grand Slam…again

18th March 2019

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An instructional volume 'devoted to a method of teaching rather than to a method of playing shots', without intending to graft any specific style onto the player (though Murdoch writes that 'it is hard to resist the temptation that this is a book on how to play the game the White way'). The Scottish-born author won the Open Championship in 1904.

Second Edition. Small 8vo. (19 x 13cm). viii + 115pp + [78]pp of 51 b/w photographic plates and notes on facing pages + 8pp publisher's catalogue at the rear. Orig. green cloth, gilt title to spine. Some foxing throughout, heavy in a few places, occasional small pencil annotations, plates clean. A good copy. [D&M, 215]

Date
1924
Publisher
Methuen
Author
Jack WHITE

£25.00 (Code: 13719)

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