A History of Test Cricket

Author(s): Liam Hauser

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Imagine having almost 150 years of Test cricket history in one, easy to follow book! The Encyclopaedia of Test Cricket lists in alphabetical order all the essential information the ardent cricket fan or budding historian needs to understand the grand history of Test cricket around the globe. From Test heavyweights England and Australia to minnows Zimbabwe and Bangladesh, every Test playing nation is featured in this easy to read format. Complied by experienced cricket historian Liam Hauser, at more than 600 pages. The Encyclopaedia of Test Cricket is bound to become a vital reference book in the years ahead- and settle many arguments along the way.

Product Information

Liam Hauser is a former NSW Country journalist (Tumut) and the author of 'State of Origin: 30 Years' (2010, Rockpool). A self-described 'cricket tragic", Liam published A Century of Cricket Tests for New Holland in 2013 and continues to write authoritatively on the subject of Test cricket history, rugby league and other sports on a number of online forums.

General Fields

  • : 9781742577579
  • : New Holland Publishers
  • : New Holland Publishers
  • : July 2016
  • : 260mm X 240mm
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Liam Hauser
  • : 600
  • : Black White Illustrations