Cricket books, including antiquarian cricket books and rare cricket first editions covering schools & university cricket throughout history.
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Records of North Town, a boy's house at Clifton College, from 1875 to 1905. In September 1899 a 13 year old boy called A.E.J. Collins joined the house from Clark's House - just three months before
A list of the matches, with full scores, played between Radley and Bradfield from 1853. The final section gives details of matches against other schools, including Sherbourne and Winchester. Softback.
The second year of issue, containing cricket scores of all inter university and college matches in 1891. Paperback. Small 8vo. [iv] + 108pp. Original printed wrappers, foxed and rubbed. Lord
Cricket book. Being all recorded scores of cricket matches played between Winchester, Eton and Harrow, with memoirs and biographies of the players. 8vo. 524pp. Original red boards, spine sunned.
A most attractive history of the oldest of all the Lord's fixtures (first match, 1806) an the first book on the subject since Bernard Darwin's history in 1926. Includes a complete list of all players who
A memoir of his time as a pupil at Eton in the 1870s, with a chapter on cricket plus references to rowing and other sports. 8vo. 293pp +  pages of advertisements. Original green cloth, sl rubbed.
History of cricket at S. Anselm's School, Bakewell. Paperback. 44pp. Glossy card wrappers. Very good condition.
A comprehensive study of cricket at the university during the period, complete with match scores, statistical appendices and an index of every player to have turned out for the XI. Thick & large 8vo.
Supplement to the author's book of 1930. Paperback. 8vo. 68pp. Original paper covers, faded to spine and some edges. Tony Woodhouse bookplate to inside of front cover. A good copy.
Mainly a list of all the members of the Old Oundelian club, with brief mention of the cricket, golf and rugby clubs. Paperback. 8vo. 92pp. Lightly foxed throughout. Good.
A history of cricket at Oxford and Cambridge with detailed scores and statistics. 8vo. 319pp. 24 pages of illustrations. Dust-jacket, very good.
Scores of matches played between the universities since 1827, with full scorecards and brief summary of each match. 8vo. 208pp. Dust-wrapper, chipped at head and tail of spine, o/w very clean. A very good
A record of the 2004 season. 175pp. Very good in dust wrapper.
A record of the 2005 season. 191pp. Very good in dust wrapper.
An rare and early account of Repton cricket. The final third of the book comprises scores for the matches against Uppingham and Malvern. Repton was the alma mater of the Palairet brothers, CB Fry, JN Crawford,
Famous Reptonian cricketers include CB Fry, ERT Holmes, HS Altham, JN Crawford, RA Young, DB Carr, J. Howell, and BH Valentine. 8vo. 80pp. Photographic frontispiece, 8 b/w plates. Original owner's
A rare history of the game at Uppingham School from its first recorded match in June 1852. Personalities such as the long-serving cricket coach H. H. Stephenson are described along with some of the players
History of Winchester cricket, with contributions by Viscount Chelmsford, James Alfred Fort, Sir Home Gordon and K.O. Hunter. Issued for the centenary of cricket matches between Eton and Winchester. Large
With contributions by Viscount Chelmsford, JA Fort, Sir Home Gordon and KO Hunter. Includes full score cards and match summaries for all matches against Eton and Harrow from 1826 to 1925. Sq.8vo. xi +
A record of matches played between Winchester and Eton and Harrow from the first in 1825. The editor was the brother of J.R. Mason, the Kent and England batsman, and also fellow Wykehamist. 2nd edition,
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