How to Play Cricket
|Sir Donald Bradman
|207 x 143 x 17 mm (H x W x D)
|New Holland Publishers
|1 Aug 2011
|Sports & outdoor recreation / Ball games / Cricket
A classic reprint which no young cricketer should be without. Also a release for those who are cricket memorabilia fanatics.
Here is the art of cricket by one of the greatest in the game, the acknowledged master. In this reprint of a classic, all of The Don?s essential instruction is provided in clear and concise detail in his delightful writing style. It includes the original stop-motion photographs which show the strokes and positions of Bradman?s own game. With his passion for the game, Don Bradman was keen to pass on his knowledge of cricket to the younger generation. How to Play Cricket includes instruction on batting, grip and the different strokes, bowling, fielding and running between wickets. This book is a look at classic cricket technique which includes the ?newly introduced? lbw rule.
Sir Donald Bradman
Don Bradman, dubbed ‘the boy from Bowral’, rose to acclaim during times of hardship, depression and recovery. He represented Australia for 20 years, playing 52 Tests from 1928/29-1948. Knighted for his services to cricket in 1949, he remains the only Australian cricketer to receive a knighthood for services to the game. He retired from Test cricket with a batting average of 99.94, making his Test batting achievements nearly twice that of the nearest Test batsman.