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ACS Lives in Cricket Series

This page gives a list of the 53 books in this series. The list also shows where the few updates to the books can be found.
The list was compiled by Pete Griffiths.

  • No 1: Allan Watkins: A True All-Rounder by Douglas Miller (113p., 2007)
  • No 2: Johnny Briggs: Poor Johnny by Stuart Brodkin (109p., 2007)
  • No 3: George Duckworth: Warrington's Ambassador at Large by Eric Midwinter (75p., 2007)
  • No 4: Ernie Jones: Australia's First Fast Bowler by Bernard Whimpress (92p., 2007)
  • No 5: Rockley Wilson: Remarkable Cricketer, Singular Man by Martin Howe (115p., 2008)
  • No 6: Bill Copson: More Than Miner Interest by Kit Bartlett (92p., 2008)
  • No 7: Richard Daft: On a Pedestal by Neil Jenkinson (147p., 2008)
  • No 8: Ernest Hayes: Best in the Golden Age by Keith Booth (124p., 2008)
  • No 9: J.H.King: Leicestershire's Longaevous Left-Hander by A.R.Littlewood (151p., 2009)
  • No 10: John Shepherd: The Loyal Cavalier by Paddy Briggs (137p., 2009)
  • No 11: C.P.Lewis: The Champion Cricketer of South Wales by Bob Harragan and Andrew Hignell (121p., 2009)
  • No 12: Ric Charlesworth: This Sporting, Medical and Political Life by Tony Barker (112p., 2009)
  • No 13: A.P. ‘Bunny’ Lucas: The Best of All My Boys by David Pracy (139p., 2010)
  • No 14: Jack Bond: Lancashire Lad, Lancashire Leader by Douglas Miller (145p., 2010)
  • No 15: Michael Falcon: Norfolk's Gentleman Cricketer by Stephen Musk (152p., 2010)
  • No 16: Joe Hardstaff: Supreme Stylist by Roger Moulton (142p., 2010)
  • No 17: Fuller Pilch: A Straightforward Man by Brian Rendell (148p., 2010)
  • No 18: F.R.Foster: The Fields Were Sudden Bare by Robert Brooke (132p., 2011)
  • No 19: Frank Sugg: A Man For All Seasons by Martin Howe (136p., 2011) amendments in: Cricket Statistician number 155, pages 9-10
  • No 20: Maurice Tompkin: More Than Just Runs by Richard Holdridge (136p., 2011)
  • No 21: A Class Act: Walter Read: The Surrey Champion by Keith Booth (136p., 2011)
  • No 22: Jack Mercer: A Bowler of Magical Spells by Andrew Hignell (149p., 2011)
  • No 23: Brief Candles: McMaster, Hyland and Other One-Match Wonders by Keith Walmsley (132p., 2012)
    amendments in:
    Cricket Statistican number 163, pages 16-20
    Brief Candles 2: More One-Match Wonders, page 115
  • No 24: Edgar Willsher: The Lion of Kent by Giles Phillips (109p., 2012)
    amendments in:
    Cricket Statistician number 159, page 3
  • No 25: Tom Richardson: A Bowler Pure and Simple by Keith Booth (139p., 2012)
  • No 26: H.V.Hesketh-Prichard: Amazing Stories by Simon Sweetman (148p., 2012)
  • No 27: C.B.Llewellyn: A Study in Equivocation by Neil Jenkinson (129., 2012)
  • No 28: Keith Carmody: Keith Miller's Favourite Captain by Tony Barker (144p., 2012)
  • No 29: A.N.Hornby: The Boss by Stuart Brodkin (122p., 2013)
    amendments in:
    Cricket Statistician number 163, page 3
  • No 30: M.J.K.Smith: No Ordinary Man by Douglas Miller (169p., 2013)
  • No 31: Walter Robins: Achievements, Affections and Affronts by Brian Rendell (150p., 2013)
    amendments in:
    Cricket Statisticians number 178, page 3
  • No 32: Eric Rowan: The Toughest Springbok by Rick Smith (110p., 2013)
  • No 33: Jack Robertson and Syd Brown: More than Just the Warm-up Act by Chris Overson (146p., 2013)
  • No 34: Frank Mitchell: Imperial Cricketer by Anthony Bradbury (136p., 2014)
  • No 35: Donald Carr: Derbyshire's Corinthian by John Shawcroft (153p., 2014)
  • No 36: W.E.Astill: All-rounder Debonair by A.R.Littlewood (190p., 2014)
    amendments in:
    Cricket Statistician number 169, page 3
  • No 37: William Clarke: The Old General by Peter Wynne-Thomas (141p., 2014)
  • No 38: Lionel Rohbinson: Cricket at Old Buckenham by Stephen Musk (122p., 2014)
  • No 39: Alec Watson: Chucker? by Duncan McLeish (99p., 2015)
  • No 40: Edwin Smith: A Life in Derbyshire Cricket by Steve Dolman (143p., 2015)
  • No 41: Norman Yardley: Yorkshire's Gentleman Cricketer by Martin Howe (177p., 2015)
  • No 42: Frank and George Mann: Brewing, Batting and Captaincy by Brian Rendell (128p., 2015)
    amendments in:
    Cricket Statistician number 173, pages 4-5
  • No 43: John Jackson: The Nottinghamshire Foghorn by Gerald Hudd (102p., 2016)
  • No 44: Lionel Palairet: Stylist 'Par Excellence' by Darren Senior (139p., 2016)
  • No 45: Brief Candles 2: More One-Match Wonders by Keith Walmsley (125p., 2016)
  • No 46: George Raikes: 'Muscular Christianity?' by Stepen Musk (142p., 2017)
  • No 47: Brian Sellars: Yorkshire Tyrant by Mark Rowe (157p., 2017)
  • No 48: Maurice Leyland by Mike Popplewell (178p., 2017)
  • No 49: Enid Bakewell: Coalminer's Daughter by Simon Sweetman (120p., 2018)
  • No 50: Tom Emmett: The Spirit of Yorkshire Cricket by Jeremy Lonsdale (142p., 2018)
  • No 51: Rev ES Carter by Anthony Bradbury (120p., 2018)
  • No 52: Schooled in Cricket: The Johnny Lawrence Story by Steve Bindman (243p., 2020)
  • No 53: Bill Bestwick: ROugh Diamond by Mick Pope(216p., 2021)