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AGNEW, (Jonathan).
EIGHT DAYS A WEEK. DIARY OF A PROFESSIONAL CRICKETER. THE INSIDE STORY OF THE 1988 SEASON.
Letchworth, 1988.
Large 8vo. 184pp. Illustrated. Original cloth in dust-wrapper.
The author's diary of the 1988 cricket season.
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AKEROYD, (Paul).
ANSWERING THE CALL. THE EXTRAORDINARY LIFE OF SIR WESLEY HALL. WITH A FOREWORD BY DAVID LLOYD.
Published in Ewell by J.W. McKenzie, 2022.
8vo. 288pp. Illustrated. Original quarter calf. Good condition.
LIMITED EDITION of 125 numbered copies, SIGNED BY WES HALL AND THE AUTHOR. A biography of the famous West Indian fast bowler, politician and minister Wes Hall. ......................................................... The Cricket Statistician, number 201, Spring 2023: Wes Hall has ensured that a book about his life pays full tribute to those who helped him along the way...this well-written book...has a good selection of photographs, essential statistics and a decent index. In every sense this is a proper biography...Highly recommended. ............................................................. The Journal of the Cricket Society, volume 31, number 4, Spring 2023: With this sensitively written biography...life-long cricket aficionado, Paul Akeroyd, has done a splendid job in tracing the arc of Wes Hall's remarkable and wide-ranging life... Answering The Call features beautiful black and white and colour photographs... ........................................................... Stephev Chalke: Wes Hall...has sat for more than a hundred hours with Paul Akeroyd and talked about it all. The result is a fascinating slice of West Indian and cricket history, lovingly told in an easy-to-read style and rich with the inspiring values that have guided Wes Hall through his long and successful life. It was a book that was crying out to be written, and I take my hat off to Paul Akeroyd as author, John McKenzie as publisher, and above all, Wes Hall himself for undertaking the task and bringing it to fruition with such care. I recommend the book highly. ......................................................... David Woodhouse: This book is the antithesis of the sensational. Wesy Hall is far too well mannered to make much play of the controversial incidents in his career...Pauk Akeroyd has also devoted himself to providing an unflashy but comprehensive record of a remarkable life both on and off the cricket field rather than the kind of overwritten memoir sometimes now in fashion, But famous moments such as the last over of the tied Test at Brisbane and the last over of the drawn Test at Lord's in 1963 are excitingly remembered...A biography of the famous West Indian fast bowler, politician and minister Wes Hall. ......................................................... The Cricket Statistician, number 201, Spring 2023: Wes Hall has ensured that a book about his life pays full tribute to those who helped him along the way...this well-written book...has a good selection of photographs, essential statistics and a decent index. In every sense this is a proper biography...Highly recommended. ............................................................. The Journal of the Cricket Society, volume 31, number 4, Spring 2023: With this sensitively written biography...life-long cricket aficionado, Paul Akeroyd, has done a splendid job in tracing the arc of Wes Hall's remarkable and wide-ranging life... Answering The Call features beautiful black and white and colour photographs... ........................................................... Stephev Chalke: Wes Hall...has sat for more than a hundred hours with Paul Akeroyd and talked about it all. The result is a fascinating slice of West Indian and cricket history, lovingly told in an easy-to-read style and rich with the inspiring values that have guided Wes Hall through his long and successful life. It was a book that was crying out to be written, and I take my hat off to Paul Akeroyd as author, John McKenzie as publisher, and above all, Wes Hall himself for undertaking the task and bringing it to fruition with such care. I recommend the book highly. ......................................................... David Woodhouse: This book is the antithesis of the sensational. Wesy Hall is far too well mannered to make much play of the controversial incidents in his career...Pauk Akeroyd has also devoted himself to providing an unflashy but comprehensive record of a remarkable life both on and off the cricket field rather than the kind of overwritten memoir sometimes now in fashion, But famous moments such as the last over of the tied Test at Brisbane and the last over of the drawn Test at Lord's in 1963 are excitingly remembered...
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AKEROYD, (Paul).
ANSWERING THE CALL. THE EXTRAORDINARY LIFE OF SIR WESLEY HALL. WITH A FOREWORD BY DAVID LLOYD.
Published in Ewell by J.W. McKenzie, 2022.
8vo. 288pp. Illustrated. Original cloth in dust-wrapper. Good condition.
SIGNED BY WES HALL on the title-page. First edition. A biography of the famous West Indian fast bowler, politician and minister Wes Hall. ......................................................... The Cricket Statistician, number 201, Spring 2023: Wes Hall has ensured that a book about his life pays full tribute to those who helped him along the way...this well-written book...has a good selection of photographs, essential statistics and a decent index. In every sense this is a proper biography...Highly recommended. ............................................................. The Journal of the Cricket Society, volume 31, number 4, Spring 2023: With this sensitively written biography...life-long cricket aficionado, Paul Akeroyd, has done a splendid job in tracing the arc of Wes Hall's remarkable and wide-ranging life... Answering The Call features beautiful black and white and colour photographs... ........................................................... Stephev Chalke: Wes Hall...has sat for more than a hundred hours with Paul Akeroyd and talked about it all. The result is a fascinating slice of West Indian and cricket history, lovingly told in an easy-to-read style and rich with the inspiring values that have guided Wes Hall through his long and successful life. It was a book that was crying out to be written, and I take my hat off to Paul Akeroyd as author, John McKenzie as publisher, and above all, Wes Hall himself for undertaking the task and bringing it to fruition with such care. I recommend the book highly. ......................................................... David Woodhouse: This book is the antithesis of the sensational. Wesy Hall is far too well mannered to make much play of the controversial incidents in his career...Pauk Akeroyd has also devoted himself to providing an unflashy but comprehensive record of a remarkable life both on and off the cricket field rather than the kind of overwritten memoir sometimes now in fashion, But famous moments such as the last over of the tied Test at Brisbane and the last over of the drawn Test at Lord's in 1963 are excitingly remembered...
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AKEROYD, (Paul).
ANSWERING THE CALL. THE EXTRAORDINARY LIFE OF SIR WESLEY HALL. WITH A FOREWORD BY DAVID LLOYD.
Published in Ewell by J.W. McKenzie, 2022.
8vo. 288pp. Illustrated. Original cloth in dust-wrapper.
SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR on the title-page. First edition. A biography of the famous West Indian fast bowler, politician and minister Wes Hall. SHORT WEBSIT
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AKRAM, (WASIM).
WASIM. THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF WASIM AKRAM.
London, 1998.
8vo. 200pp. Illustrated. Original cloth in dust-wrapper.
SIGNED BY WASIM AKRAM on the title-page. Autobiography of the Lancashire and Pakistan all-rounder Wasim Akram.
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AKRAM, (WASIM).
WASIM. THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF WASIM AKRAM.
London, 1998.
8vo. 200pp. Illustrated. Original cloth in dust-wrapper. Good condition.
Autobiography of the Lancashire and Pakistan all-rounder Wasim Akram.
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ALCOCK, (C.W.).
FAMOUS CRICKETERS AND CRICKET GROUNDS 1895.
London, 1895.
Folio. (288)pp. of plates. Complete with title-page and index. Original publisher's pictorial cloth, covers soiled, spine damaged.
Full-page illustrations of 19th century cricketers and cricket grounds. Originally issued in eighteen weekly parts it was then published in cloth with a title-page and index. Taylor, Catalogue of Cricket Literature, 1906: 'An index was issued...but unfortunately it is practically useless as the pages are not numbered.' Padwick, 7166.
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ALLAN'S AUSTRALIAN CRICKET ANNUAL
1987-88. FIRST EDITION. EDITED BY ALLAN MILLER.
Perth, Allan Miller, 2001
4to. 112pp. Original pictorial wrappers.
LIMITED EDITION of 300 numbered copies, SIGNED BY THE EDITOR. A reprint of the first edition of this Australian annual. Details of the 1987-88 Australian season, with full scores. Fourteen volumes were published annually covering seasons between 1987-88 and 2001-02.
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ALLAN'S AUSTRALIAN CRICKET ANNUAL
1990-91. FOURTH EDITION. EDITED BY ALLAN MILLER.
Busselton, (W. Australia), 1991.
4to. 256pp. Illustrated. Original decorative wrappers.
A detailed account of the 1990-91 Australian season, with full scores. Fourteen volumes were published annually, covering Australian seasons 1987-88 to 2001-02.
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ALLAN'S AUSTRALIAN CRICKET ANNUAL
1992-93. SIXTH EDITION. EDITED BY ALLAN MILLER.
Mulgrave, (Vic.), 1993.
4to. 272pp. Illustrated. Original pictorial wrappers.
A detailed account of the 1992-93 Australian season, with full scores. Fourteen volumes were published annually covering Australian seasons between 1987-88 and 2001-02.
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