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THE HAIG BOOK OF VILLAGE CRICKET

£7.00

H/B in D/W – 322 pages – 10 pages of b/w photos – 220 x 140mm – ISBN 7207 0467 7 – PUBLISHED by PELHAM BOOKS – 1972 – 1ST EDITION – SIGNED by MICHAEL HENDERSON.

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In 1972, for the first time ever, the cricketing villages of Britain had their own Champions – crowned in the full glory of a final at Lord’s in September. John Fogg, a sports journalist with The Daily Telegraph, describes in The Haig Book of Village Cricket, all the exitement of this match, and how the 795 village clubs from parts of England, Scotland and Wales struggled from May onwards for the proud title.

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Used – Acceptable

Book Author

John Fogg

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