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The Great Cricket Colour In

Author : Fred Apps
ISBN : 1499178239
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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If you like colouring in why not learn about cricket at the same time! Here is a series of colouring books which have all the basic skills of cricket in simple picture form you to get to know by using your crayons or felt pens!
Category: Sports & Recreation

Great Cricket Colour In Compendium

Author : Fred Apps
ISBN : 1717503608
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I am a coach at Wanstead Cricket Club in East London, one of the most successful clubs in England, winners of the National Club Cricket Competition 2017, and I developed these books to help my young players learn about cricket for themselves. They have accurate pictures of the skills of cricket. I think they can be a useful help for children to get as excited about cricket as I am. There is nothing like these anywhere in any sport that I have found, most of the few books of this type do not have carefully researched and accurate pictures as in these books. There is hardly anything designed for children on cricket anyway. I think coloring pictures is a very good way for children to learn and what better than to color pictures of their favorite sport!
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Liberation Cricket

Author : Hilary Beckles
ISBN : 0719043158
Genre : Cricket
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Of the global community of cricketers, the West Indians are, arguably, the most well-known and feared. This book shows how this tradition of cricketing excellence and leadership emerged, and how it contributed to the rise of West Indian nationalism and independence.
Category: Cricket

Eye On Cricket Reflections On The Great Game

Author : Samir Chopra
ISBN : 9789351365501
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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In Eye on Cricket, Samir Chopra, a professor of philosophy and a long-time blogger at ESPNcricinfo, offers us a deeply personal take on a game that has entranced him his entire life in the several lands he has called home. In these essays, Chopra reflects on a childhood centred on cricket, the many obsessions of fandom, the intersection of the personal and the political, expatriate experiences of cricket, historical regrets and remembrances, and cricket writing and media. Nostalgic, passionate and meditative, Eye on Cricket is steeped in cricket's history and its cultural significance, and reminds the most devoted spectators of the game that they are not alone. It shows how a game may, by offering a common language of understanding, bring together even those separated by time and space and culture.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Cricket And Society In South Africa 1910 1971

Author : Bruce Murray
ISBN : 9783319936086
Genre : History
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This book explores how cricket in South Africa was shaped by society and society by cricket. It demonstrates the centrality of cricket in the evolving relationship between culture, sport and politics starting with South Africa as the beating heart of the imperial project and ending with the country as an international pariah. The contributors explore the tensions between fragmentation and unity, on and off the pitch, in the context of the racist ideology of empire, its ‘arrested development’ and the reliance of South Africa on a racially based exploitative labour system. This edited collection uncovers the hidden history of cricket, society, and empire in defining a multiplicity of South African identities, and recognises the achievements of forgotten players and their impact.
Category: History

The Summer Field A History Of English Cricket Since 1840

Author : Mark Rowe
ISBN : 9781708165758
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Cricket has come a long way since players could only travel on foot, or by horse and cart. Some things never change; someone has to bat, someone bowl, someone be captain; everyone has to learn. The game is nothing without cricketers; yet the men (or women) on the field are never the full story, as The Summer Field shows. It includes spectators, journalists, ground-keepers, coaches, umpires, selectors and tea ladies. Nor is it only the story of the greatest players, such as Sydney Barnes and Herbert Sutcliffe; we meet also Will Richards, the Nottingham school-teacher; his friend George Wakerley, the job-hunting club professional; and Freeman Barnardo, of Eton and Cambridge. This history of cricket since the coming of the railways seeks to answer questions, such as: what was it like to play cricket in the past? Who played it, and why did they? And why are the English so obsessed with Australia?
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Boy S Own Annual

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ISBN : UCAL:C2723992
Genre : Children's periodicals
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The Carthusian

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ISBN : OXFORD:590222071
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The Making Of New Zealand Cricket

Author : Greg Ryan
ISBN : 9781135754822
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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It is generally forgotten that cricket rather than rugby union was the 'national game' in New Zealand until the early years of the twentieth century. This book shows why and how cricket developed in New Zealand and how its character changed across time. Greg Ryan examines the emergence and growth of cricket in relation to diverse patterns of European settlement in New Zealand - such as the systematic colonization schemes of Edward Gibbon Wakefield and the gold discoveries of the 1860s. He then considers issues such as cricket and social class in the emerging cities; cricket and the elite school system; the function of the game in shaping relations between the New Zealand provinces; cricket encounters with the Australian colonies in the context of an 'Australasian' world. A central theme is cricketing relations with England at a time when New Zealand society was becoming acutely conscious of both its own identity and its place within the British Empire. This imperial relationship reveals structures, ideals and objectives unique to New Zealand. Articulate, engaging and entertaining, Ryan demonstrates convincingly how the cricketing experience of New Zealand was quite different from that of other colonies.
Category: Sports & Recreation