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eBook Village Cricket ePub

by Gerald Howat

  • ISBN: 0715377272
  • Category: Other Team Sports
  • Subcategory: Outdoors Sport
  • Author: Gerald Howat
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: David & Charles; First Edition edition (March 27, 1980)
  • Pages: 160
  • ePub book: 1714 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1308 kb
  • Other: mbr lrf azw lit
  • Rating: 4.4
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Gerald Howat (12 June 1928 – 10 October 2007), born Gerald Malcolm David Howat, was a British writer on cricket, a historian and a schoolmaster. Howat was born in Glasgow, Scotland. As a boy he was awarded a bursary to Glenalmond College. He continued his education at Edinburgh University. He then did his National Service as a Flying Officer based at RAF Titchfield. He spent three years teaching for the oil firm Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd at Pointe-à-Pierre. Sonny Ramadhin was the firm's storekeeper.

Cricket - The Great Bowlers (1968). The Noblest Game: A Book of Fine Cricket Prints (with Neville Cardus) (1969). Cricket on the Brain (1970). Learie Constantine (1975). Village Cricket (1980), Cricketer Militant: the life of Jack Parsons (1980). Cricket - The Great All-rounders (1970). Cricket - The Great Captains (1971). Walter Hammond (1984).

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VILLAGE CRICKET is an examination of Englishness, and a portrait of the nature of our best-loved sport - quirky, elusive, funny, friendly, and socially fulfilling. See all Product description.

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Gerald Howat In his long academic career Gerald Howat served as head of the history department at Radley College, a visiting.

School history teacher and lifelong cricket enthusiast whose books included a fine biography of Learie Constantine. November 2 2007, 12:00am, The Times. In his long academic career Gerald Howat served as head of the history department at Radley College, a visiting professor in the US and a senior tutor at Lord Williams’s School, Thame. He combined this with writing 20 books - including a biography of Lord Constantine, whom he had met in West Indies when a young man - and MCC committee work.

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Gerald Howat (12 June 1928 – 10 October 2007), born Gerald Malcolm David Howat, was a British writer on cricket . Mitchell Beazley Publishers Limited is a British book publisher which is particularly specialised in atlases, reference books, natural history books, cook books, garden books, and wine books.

Physical description; 160 p. : ill., facsims, ports. ; 24 cm. Notes; Bibl.: p. 156-158. - Index. Subjects; Cricket - England - History. Villages - England - History. Cricket - History - England. Villages - History - England. History. Great Britain. Cricket. Cricket - England - Villages, to 1979. England - Villages - Cricket - to 1979. Cricket - Great Britain. Genre; Illustrated.