They do all the great Got, Not Got series
and plenty of toher retro sports titles.
Real International Cricket charts cricket's global evolution across the last 175 years. Author Roy Morgan – author of the Encyclopaedia of World Cricket – selects 100 different scorecards from matches involving non-Test-playing nations, played between 1840 and the modern day.
From early adopters Canada and USA, to top associates Ireland and Afghanistan; from countries where cricket's the national sport, such as Fiji and Papua New Guinea, to outposts like Saint Helena and New Caledonia, or Hungary and Romania, where cricket is in its infancy.
Real International Cricket is a tribute to the game's pioneers, enthusiasts and eccentrics and shows how cricket has developed as a global sport. The book reveals the:
Click here for more information, or to read a sample from Real International Cricket: A History in One Hundred Scorecards.