Flight of the Martlets - The Golden Age Sussex County Cricket Club

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    That first Championship in 2003 was the subject of the critically acclaimed "The Longest Journey". Now authors Paul Weaver and Bruce Talbot return to explain why this has been the richest period in the club's already vivid history. Going behind the scenes, the authors talk to players and coaches, old and new, to explore the big questions surrounding the club. Why, they ask, did a club with some of the most exciting players in the game find the big prize so elusive for so long? Why, they ask, did a club with some of the most exciting players in the game find the big prize so elusive for so long? And how, after a revolution in 1997, did the club embark on one of the headiest voyages in the history of county cricket. Note the story ends in 2008.

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    Number of Pages: 192
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781780914275
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    Listed in: Sports & outdoor recreation, Sports teams & clubs, Cricket
    Publisher: JMD Media

    Books by Bruce Talbot

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    RRP: £14.99

    Total: £13.04

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