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Herbert Sutcliffe by Alan Hill
Book DescriptionA national hero in his playing days, Herbert Sutcliffe belongs to the select band of all-time cricketing greats. This biography of the Yorkshire and England batsman charts his extraordinary transformation from cobbler's apprentice to urbane gentleman and one of the coolest, most determined and technically accomplished practitioners the game has ever known. Blessed with the looks of a matinee idol, Sutcliffe was a complex, often enigmatic personality. As a cricketer he was touched with genius: he scored 50,138 first class runs, including 149 centuries, with a remarkable Test average of 60.73 - the highest for an English batsman. In preparing this biography, Alan Hill has called upon the reminiscences of Bob Wyatt, Sir Donald Bradman and Sir Len Hutton amongst other illustrious contemporaries, to evoke the splendour of Sutcliffe's achievements for Yorkshire and England.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780752443508
(235mm x 156mm x 10mm)
Imprint: Tempus Publishing Ltd
Publisher: The History Press Ltd
Publish Date: 1-Jun-2007
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
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Tony Lock, Hardback (September 2008)
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Bill Edrich, Paperback (August 2007)» View all books by Alan Hill
Bill Edrich was regarded as one of the exciting cricket discoveries of his generation. Playing for Middlesex at county level, Edrich surged onto the England scene in 1938 when he scored 1,000 runs. This book relates the story behind this achievement and distils the measure of Edrich's courage as a cricketer.
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Author Biography - Alan Hill
Alan Hill is one of the foremost biographers of English cricketers. The Yorkshire-born writer and journalist has also written highly acclaimed biographies of Bill Edrich, Hedley Verity, Johnny Wardle and Les Ames. He has won the Cricket Society Literary Award on more than one occasion.
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