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566 The Story of Charlie Eady, Tasmanian cricketer

566 The Story of Charlie Eady, Tasmanian cricketer
Tasmanian cricketer Charlie Eady is best known for his colossal score of 566 for Break O'Day against Wellington in 1901-02, but his life extended far beyond that single performance.

Eady was a cricketer who represented Australia, a talented performer in many sports and a capable administrator. He was also a lawyer and politician; the grandson of a convict who became of of Tasmania's most famous citizens

This copy is signed with a personalised inscription from the authors.
Published: 2016
Format: softcover
Pages: 159
Illustrations: black & white photos
Indexed
SKU SKU18530
Quantity in stock 1 item(s) available
Weight 0.40 kg
Author Rick Smith & Kevin Wilson
ISBN 9780975779958
 
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