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Reminiscences of David Hunter: The Genial Yorkshire Stumper

by David Introduction By Wolstenholme Hunter, Gerry

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What a lovely book, reprinted from the original 1909 edition, with a new introduction. The Yorkshire stumper does seem to have been genial and incredibly fit. As well as playing cricket, he boxed, danced and hunted. this short book evokes the golden age of cricket, when boys played cricket from dawn to dusk and when bowlers such as Rhodes, Barnes and Hirst remained supreme. Oh, to have had the chance to see them - alas not!
  jon1lambert | Jul 11, 2015 |
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