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Cricket's Strangest Matches

  • £7.99
  • Ref. 14269

  • A must for any cricket fan
  • Packed with fascinating stories
  • Over a hundred years of history
  • Arranged chronologically
  • 256-page paperback
  • Other Strangest Matches books available

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Cricket's Strangest Matches (Code 14269)
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Cricket’s Strangest Matches offers page after page of fascinating trivia for any cricket fan.

With weird and wonderful stories from 150 years of cricket history, it offers a brilliant insight into the characters of the game.

Paperback. 256 pages.

Also see our other Strangest Matches books for Rugby , Football , Golf and Motor Racing .

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Crickets strangest matches
Bought for my son who said it will make interesting reading
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Great stocking filler for Christmas.
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Unusual and interesting
Bought for Christmas present. Should really appeal to the person to receive it. Quirky.
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Swift return and no problems
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Cricket's Strangest Matches
My son loves cricket so he should find this interesting.
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Arrived promptly.
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