Through conversations with Harold Larwood, the main proponent of leg theory bowling on that tour, and by examining closely the private letters, thoughts, and statements of many of the main protagonists of this infamous series, Arnold re-examines widely held beliefs and shatters many preconceptions as to the truth behind that incredible series which almost led to Australia leaving the Commonwealth. In this controversial book Arnold will scotch the belief that fast, leg-pitched bowling was what won the series for England, and puts forward a new and astonishing proposalthat the Aussies bottled it, disguising their failures under the welter of abuse hurled at England captain Jardine.
|Edition description:||Second edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.30(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.80(d)|
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