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In the last of this winter's virtual cricket talks author John Fuller will join BBC cricket reporter and commentator Mark Church to talk about his book All Wickets Great and Small.
The talk takes place on Zoom this Friday evening at 7.30pm, and to join us for the virtual talk, which includes a question-and-answer session at the end, please visit this page on Friday evening, and click here.
All Wickets Great and Small: Nowt stops for cricket in Yorkshire. Passion runs deep, beyond those in whites, to the groundsmen, tea ladies, scorers and umpires who embody the game.
All Wickets Great and Small is a romp across the landscape of amateur cricket in Yorkshire during the summer of 2015.
Author John Fuller looks at the key issues affecting the grassroots game: the struggles to attract players, funding shortages, natural disasters and the social dynamics that can threaten a captain's eleven on a Saturday.
What shape is the grassroots game in and can it still survive and thrive? From vicars and imams socking sixes in Dewsbury to heritage clubs hitting social media out of the park, this is the story of sleeves-rolled-up cricket at its best in the county that locals call 'God's own'.
John Fuller is an author and freelance journalist who has written for The Wisden Cricketer and All Out Cricket and is owner of the popular website, CricketYorkshire.com. A member of the Cricket Writers' Club, he offers bowlers a cheap wicket and has a PhD in cricket teas.
We hope to announce a summer schedule of virtual talks soon.