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THE CHANGING FACE OF CRICKET

THE CHANGING FACE OF CRICKET
THE CHANGING FACE OF CRICKET

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Denzil Batchelor describes the major changes in the game of cricket, including the invention of the googly by Bosanquet. Constantine describes the growth of the first-class game in the West Indies, while also looking back at his own career.

8vo. 178pp. Dust-wrapper, lightly rubbed. Very good.

Date
1966
Publisher
Eyre & Spottiswoode
Author
Learie CONSTANTINE and Denzil BATCHELOR

£8.00 (Code: 68426)

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