Besides having a number of major series, the ACS also publishes a number of one-off books on a range of statistical and historical topics.
Among the books recently published are Jeremy Lonsdale’s trilogy on Yorkshire cricket in the late 19th century and after the First World War, an analysis of the development of the young Don Bradman, and a chronicle of the 81 instances of ten wickets in a first-class innings (preceding the 82nd, Malinda Pushpakumara, in January 2019).
Several of these one-off books are the results of research undertaken by members of the ACS who have successfully applied for research grants in order to pursue in greater detail topics of their own interest, which will also appeal to other members of the Association.
Many of the details in these books have never been previously published, and are therefore invaluable records of the diverse aspects of the great game.
Click here to see the latest stock list for these books, and details of how to purchase these ACS publications. Some of the earlier volumes are now available via Google Play.