They do all the great Got, Not Got series
and plenty of other retro sports titles.
Cricket on the Continent is the first book on the topic in 50 years, covering its history, the fast-growing popularity of cricket across Europe – and the prospect of a successful future.
From sun-kissed olive groves to frosty pine glades, cricket is played in every corner of continental Europe. But the game is fragile at its frontiers, struggling for profile and participants on a football-obsessed continent.
Tim Brooks has been writing about the global development of cricket for over a decade, specialising in associate and affiliate nations and analysis of ICC development strategy and implementation. In addition to writing and commentating he has also played a direct role in developing cricket in Europe, working with ICC Europe, Germany, Norway and Greece on development strategies and communication plans.
Cricket on the Continent reflects on how the sport was exported, introduced and developed in mainland Europe; the challenges it faced, and those it faces today.
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