Great Cricket Matches 1772-1800: The Players and the Records
Edited by Keith Warsop
The last three decades of the 18th century were a pivotal period in the history of cricket, witness to the glory days of Hambledon and its later decline, together with the emergence of the Marylebone Cricket Club as a dominant force.
The book provides more detailed information about the games during this period classified by the ACS as ‘great’ matches, whose scores were published in the earlier volume Great Cricket Matches 1772-1800. It features an A-Z listing of every player appearing in ‘great’ matches, together with their career records. It also includes the outstanding statistical highlights of the period, as well as additions and corrections to the 2010 publication.