By Chris Ryan,Christian Ryan
More than a accomplished background, this ground-breaking quantity is a colorful, insightful and affectionate portrait of Australian cricket. a variety of Australia’s most sensible writers proportion their concepts on varied points of the sport and its position in our nationwide tradition; from bowling, captaincy and scoring, to alcohol, media and literature.
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Australia: Story of a Cricket Country by Chris Ryan,Christian Ryan