100 great Westindian test cricketers: from Challenor to Richards
With Reg Scarlett When did Michael Holding publicly condemn the bouncer? Which West Indian batting star could have played for England? Some of the many less well-known facts to be found in Lawrence's excellent anthology, tracing the rise of West Indian Test cricket from its beginnings at Lords in 1928, to the "golden era" of the 1980's.
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