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OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE CRICKET

OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE CRICKET

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The Varsity Match is the longest standing First Class cricket fixture. Between them Oxford and Cambridge have produced more than their fair share of England cricketers including Jardine, Dexter, Cowdrey, Sheppard, Marks and May as well as numerous players for other Test nations including Imran Khan, van Ryneveld,  Deryck Murray and the Nawabs of Pataudi, the father and son who both Captained India. 

8vo. 319pp. 24 pages of photographs. Dust-wrapper, price clipped, gift inscription to front end-paper. Signed to title-page by Jim Swanton, who provided the introduction.

Date
1989
Publisher
CollinsWillow
Author
George CHESTERTON & Hubert DOGGART

£9.00 (Code: 29012)

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