In this work, Ted Dexter looks back at a lifetime of playing with and against some of the great names in the game, as well as watching a host of others. His experience encompasses most of post-war cricket, both in England and overseas. The book covers all aspects of the game in short anecdotes which convey nostaligic delight in the arts of cricket. The stories stand on their own, but serious players of all standards can glean much from the instructional material carried within the anecdotes. It was written in co-operation with Ralph Dellor, a senior staff coach with the National Cricket Association who has represented Berkshire.
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