The People's Game: Australia in International One-day Cricket

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Pan Macmillan, 1994 - Cricket - 295 pages
Traces the origins of one-day cricket from its shaky origins to its present popularity. Covers the days of Kerry Packer's World Series cricket, the infamous underarm delivery of Trevor Chappell, the triumph in India in 1987 and recent highlights. Includes interviews, photographs and detailed statistics of Australia's performance.

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