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White Cap & Bails

3.39 of 5 stars 3.39  ·  rating details  ·  28 ratings  ·  3 reviews
*SIGNED BY AUTHOR*. Very collectible. Jacket bumped to edges, reflected in price. Well loved and respected cricket umpire dickie Bird takes us on a whirlwind tour around the cricket grounds he has visited. Reflections on his immensely interesting past, and the numerous anecdotes, make this an infectious, roundabout ride through the world of cricket. (bio)
Paperback, 470 pages
Published October 7th 2000 by Coronet Books (first published 1999)
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Neal Brown
Even as a mad cricket fan, sometimes there was too much padding in this book
Jan 09, 2010 Marco rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Cricket Book Collectors, Cricket Buffs
Once again Dickie Bird provides an interesting view of a life spent on the cricket field with some of the games greatest characters.
Tony Rothwell
Good for the loo if you're a cricket fanatic, as I am, otherwise... No!
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