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David Foot (born 1929) is an English journalist and historian Sixty Summers: Somerset Cricket since the War (2006; with Ivan Ponting). Footsteps from East Coker (2010).
David Foot (born 1929) is an English journalist and historian. He has written extensively on cricket and the West Country. Foot's book Beyond Bat & Ball won the Cricket Society’s Book of the Year award in 1993. Silk also said: "If the cricket lover is not quite clear. about why he loves the game, he will become much clearer after reading this book. Sixty Summers: Somerset Cricket since the War (2006; with Ivan Ponting).
2007 Sixty Summers: Cricket Since the War – David Foot and Ivan Ponting (Fairfield Books). 2008 More Than a Game: The Story of Cricket’s Early Years – John Major (HarperPress). 2009 The Way It Was – Stephen Chalke (Fairfield Books). 2010 Golden Boy – Christian Ryan (Orion). 2011 Slipless in Settle – Harry Pearson (Little Brown). 2012 Fred Trueman – Chris Waters. 2013 On Warne – Gideon Haigh (Simon & Schuster). 2014 The Great Tamasha - James Astill. 2015 Wounded Tiger: The History of Cricket in Pakistan - Peter Oborne (Simon & Schuster). Foot was born in the Somerset village of East Coker and has spent most of his life in Somerset and Gloucestershire.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Sixty Summers: Somerset Cricket . Authors: Foot, David & Ponting, Ivan. Condition: Used; Good. Publisher: Fairfield Books.
Authors: Foot, David & Ponting, Ivan.
ISBN13:9780954488635. Release Date:March 2006.
Written shortly after the memorable 2005 Ashes series, and not to be confused with David Foot’s similarly titled book on Somerset cricket, this is an unusual and diverting effort from a writer previously unknown to me. He takes as his premise a time traveller from 1946 supplanted to an English. He takes as his premise a time traveller from 1946 supplanted to an English cricket ground of 2005, and wonders whether he would recognise the game in front of him, what with helmets, coloured clothing, 15 (or often fewer) overs an hour, covered wickets, huddles and high-fives and the preponderance of non-English players in English cricket.
David Foot Sunshine Sixes and Cider a History of Somerset Cricket. Newton Abbott: David and Charles, 1986. Somerset cricket memorabilia a post-war who"s who 1993 david foot ivan ponting. By david foot & ivan ponting. From United KingdomSport: CricketOptions: Somerset. Somerset county cricket club 1992 year book 208 pages. Official year book 1992. No writing, No folds, Staples fine.