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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 by 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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