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Forty Seasons of First-Class Cricket

by Richard Gorton Barlow

Embark on a captivating cricketing odyssey with Richard Gorton Barlow's "Forty Seasons of First-Class Cricket," a treasure trove of cricketing anecdotes, timeless wisdom, and insights from a true legend of the game. Prepare to be transported to the golden age of cricket, where Barlow, a renowned cricketer and astute observer of the game, takes you on a captivating journey through his remarkable forty-season career. Delve into the intricacies of batting, bowling, and fielding, as Barlow shares his expertise, offering invaluable tips and strategies that have stood the test of time.

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English

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English

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1908

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In the annals of English cricket, Richard Gorton Barlow stands as a towering figure, a man whose unwavering dedication and remarkable talent left an indelible mark on the sport. Born in Barrow Bridge,...

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