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Hugh Trumble – A Cricketer’s Life


Hugh Trumble – A Cricketer’s Life

In another superb piece of research by MCC Library volunteer and award-winning author, Alf Batchelder takes us through the life and times of one of the club’s most important figures – the much-loved Hugh Trumble.

This biography, by the winner of the Australian Cricket Society’s 2006 book of the year for “Pavilions in the Park, the history the Melbourne Cricket Club and its Ground”, is an ideal Christmas or birthday present.

This two-volume work is a genuine limited edition with a production run of only 200 and members are invited to subscribe quickly.

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