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In the finale of our summer-autumn programme of virtual cricket talks author Tom Hicks will join BBC cricket reporter and commentator Mark Church to talk about his book Bowler's Name?
It takes place on Zoom this evening, Friday 12th November at 7.30pm, and to join us for the virtual talk please visit this page on Friday evening, and click here.
Bowler's Name is a tale of a life in cricket's margins. Tom Hicks is no household name, but he often rubbed shoulders with cricketing royalty, going from the village green to walking out as captain at Lord's.
As an ambitious youngster, Hicks dreamed of reaching the top. But trying to make it big and balance the demands of university, family, a full-time job and a penchant for post-match fun was no easy feat.
Settling for an unglamorous life as a minor county player, cricket took him to all corners of the country, and then across the globe, getting an insight into the nether regions of a cricketing world that was rapidly vanishing.
Through the eyes of a cricket nut, Bowler's Name takes us on a journey of success, failure, hilarity and often sheer madness. If you've ever wondered what it's like to face 90mph bowling, to have lunch with Mike Gatting or to infiltrate an England post-match party, Hicks is your man.
Bowler's Name is for fans of cricket idiosyncrasies, lovers of the underdog and anyone who has tried and failed.
This talk will be the seventh and final of our third series of live virtual cricket talks this summer and autumn.