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John Arlott's 100 Greatest Batsmen (1986). The Noblest Game: A Book of Fine Cricket Prints (with John Arlott) (1969). The Times - One Hundred Greatest Cricketers (1998). Test Decade 1972-1982 (1982). The Essential John Arlott (1989). Basingstoke Boy : The Autobiography (1989). A Century of Summers: 100 years of Sheffield Shield cricket, Randwick, Ironbark Press, 1992. Cardus on Cricket (1977).
Books by John Arlott. One Hundred Greatest Batsmen. The Vision Sings: John Arlott the Voice of Cricket (Toilet Books Sporting Greats): John Arlott the Voice of Cricket. by Alex Murphy and Richard Jones.
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John Arlott's Book of Cricketers By JOHN ARLOTT. One Hundred Greatest Batsmen By John Arlott. On Cricket By John Arlott,Fred Trueman. How To Watch Cricket By JOHN ARLOTT. Governance is by the International Cricket Council (ICC) which has over one hundred countries and territories in membership although only eleven currently play Test cricket
John Arlott's 100 Greatest Batsmen (1986). Maurice William Tate was an English cricketer of the 1920s and 1930s and the leader of England's Test bowling attack for a long time during this period. Governance is by the International Cricket Council (ICC) which has over one hundred countries and territories in membership although only eleven currently play Test cricket. Sydney Francis Barnes was an English professional cricketer who is regarded as one of the greatest ever bowlers.
All those hours of torment for England batsmen might never have happened.
In essence the book is a collection of my thoughts and impressions of one hundred people who have had an impact on my cricketing life, however tenuous. It has been my good fortune to know them all. IAN BOTHAM. All those hours of torment for England batsmen might never have happened. Then again, world cricket would have been immeasurably poorer for Curtly Ambrose’s absence.
Clearly Hobbs was one of the handful of greatest cricketers ever - one of Wisden's Five Cricketers of the Century - and Arlott uses clear and elegant prose to paint him as generous, humble, professional, essentially without human flaw. It is a case where a few minor detractions here and there would have leant the book just enough sense of balance that the appreciations would have held more weight.