The History of Hampshire County Cricket Club
A history of Hampshire county cricket club, including a look at some of its most famous players such as Alec Bowell, Philip Mead, Jack Newman, Alec Kennedy, George Brown, Walter Livsey and the Honourable Lionel Tennyson. The work includes a personal view of the club written by John Arlott, based on first-hand observation since 1935, who gives his own impressions of the club and its players. Statistical tables are included.
- Hardback | 276 pages
- 160 x 240mm
- 01 Jun 1988
- Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
- Christopher Helm Publishers Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- photographs, bibliography, index
Table of contents
A personal view by John Arlott. Before the county club; far more downs than ups; the first years in the championship; prolific Mead and dashing Tennyson; building towards a title; champions at last; Richards and Greenidge arrive; top of the table again; the West Indian influence. Statistical section. Bibliography. Index.