Gentlemen and Sledgers

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  • Hardcover
  • 228 pages
  • Gentlemen and Sledgers
  • Rob Smyth
  • 07 June 2018
  • 1784080802

Gentlemen and Sledgers This Book Covers The Major Moments And Matches In Ashes History, Charting The Ebb And Flow Of Anglo Australian Cricketing Fortunes Told Through 50 Memorable Ashes Confrontations, From Grace Vs Spofforth, To Larwood Vs Bradman, Warne Vs Gatting, And Botham Vs Lillee, Right Up To Mitchell Johnson S Spectacular Redemption In 2013 14.

10 thoughts on “Gentlemen and Sledgers

  1. Paul says:

    Gentlemen and Sledgers Interesting and FunnyWith the summer up on us and a touring Australian Cricket Team about to appear and defend the Ashes which they so easily won, Rob Smyth has brought out Gentleman and Sledgers a history of the Ashes in quotations and confrontations This is an informative and funny book which not only any cricket fan will enjoy but those with an interest in sports and sports history in general.From the Obituary to English Cricket placed in the Sporting Times in Septem Gentlemen and Sledgers Interesting and FunnyWith the summer up on us and a touring Australian Cricket Team about to appear and defend the Ashes which they so easily won, Rob Smyth has brought out Gentleman and Sledgers a history of the Ashes in quotations and confrontations This is an informative and funny book which not only any cricket fan will enjoy but those with an interest in sports and sports history in general.From the Obituary to English Cricket placed in the Sporting Times in September 1882 until England won the Ashes in 2005 then lost them again in 2013, there is history and quotation, snippets to laugh at historic games to remember How the England Captain on the tour of 1883 was presented with the little Urn with ashes of who knows what inside as a response to the infamous obit, and how upon his death in 1943 it was prese...

  2. Harry Lee says:

    One for the fans The only Cricket that I follow, these days, is the Ashes and such a long and fascinating history It will do well for the Aussie players today to look back, build character again Better to lose than to cheat.