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The Cricketers' Who's Who 2019 - cover

The Cricketers' Who's Who 2019

Benj Moorehead

Publisher: G2 Rights

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The Cricketers’ Who’s Who is the essential guide to the English cricket season, and is the must-read accompaniment for anyone interested in the English game, including fans, players and journalists. Produced by All Out Cricket in association with the Professional Cricketers’ Association, 2019 marks the 40th edition of the English cricket bible. Now get it on your smartphone or tablet for easy reference at the match, watching TV or listening to Test Match Special.

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