Some ACS publications, including those now out of print, can be bought cheaply as ebooks via Google Play.
Our current publications available include:
*Class Peace: An Analysis of Social Status and English Cricket 1846-1962 by Eric Midwinter (2017)
*The Daffodil Blooms: The glorious rise of Glamorgan CCC to County Champions in 1948 by Andrew Hignell and Brian Halford (2018)
*Whites On Green: A history of cricket at St Helen’s, Swansea by Andrew Hignell (2018)
Double Headers by Keith Walmsley (2013)
Dimming of the Day: The Cricket Season of 1914 by Simon Sweetman (2015)
*The Summer Field: A History of English Cricket Since 1840 by Mark Rowe (2016)
*All Ten: The Ultimate Bowling Feat by Chris Overson (2017)
A Game Sustained: The impact of the First World War on cricket in Yorkshire 1914-1920 by Jeremy Lonsdale (2019)
Lives in Cricket
Brief Candles: McMaster, Hyland and Other One-Match Wonders by Keith Walmsley (2012)
*Brief Candles 2: More One-Match Wonders by Keith Walmsley (2016)
W.E.Astill: All-rounder debonair by Antony Littlewood (2014)
*Enid Bakewell: Coalminer’s Daughter by Simon Sweetman (2018)
*Reverend ES Carter: A Yorkshire Cricketing Cleric by Anthony Bradbury (2018)
Tom Emmett: The Spirit of Yorkshire Cricket by Jeremy Lonsdale (2018)
*John Jackson: The Nottinghamshire Foghorn by Gerald Hudd (2016)
Frank and George Mann: Brewing, Batting and Captaincy by Brian Rendell (2015)
Frank Mitchell: Imperial Cricketer by Anthony Bradbury (2014)
*Lionel Palairet: Stylist ‘Par Excellence’ by Darren Senior (2016)
*George Raikes: ‘Muscular Christianity?’ by Stephen Musk (2017)
Jack Robertson and Syd Brown: More Than Just The Warm-Up Act by Chris Overson (2013)
Walter Robins: Achievements, Affections and Affronts by Brian Rendell (2013)
Lionel Robinson: Cricket at Old Buckenham by Stephen Musk (2014)
Eric Rowan: The Toughest Springbok by Rick Smith (2013)
Edwin Smith: A Life in Derbyshire Cricket by Steve Dolman (2015)
Alec Watson: Chucker? by Duncan McLeish (2015)
Google Play allows customers to read a sample before purchasing the book, and instructions on how to pay are on the website.
Over time, we will be gradually uploading more of our catalogue of out-of-print publications to Google Play.
Hard copies of the books marked with an asterisk are currently (February 2021) still available from the ACS Shop.