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Clarke's Meadow and the Calypso Kings…

Clarke's Meadow and the Calypso Kings

by Dave Bracegirdle

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West Indian cricketers have always found a 'home away from home' whenever they have played at Trent Bridge - either as a member of a touring party or as part of the Nottinghamshire team. Clarke's Meadow & The Calypso Kings chronicles all of the West Indies' major visits to Nottingham, stretching right back to the start of the 20th century and also profiles the many fine players from the Caribbean that have joined the Notts staff.

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