JACK POTTER’S BORN LUCKY

A Review by Ken Davis
My first meeting with Jack Potter occurred at Windy Hill when as a 16 year old I was starting my District cricket career with the Bombers. Priding myself at being a reasonably athletic fielder who typically fielded in gully or the covers, I was somewhat taken aback when our captain Ian Monks indicated for me to go to deep point on the boundary as Jack Potter strode to the crease.

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if not me, who?

Tony Greig was among the first millionaire cricketers, amiable, engaging, charismatic, a born leader.

He was also a realist and when Ian Botham started his arresting rise towards England’s Test team, Greig knew that his cherished days as an international cricketer were limited.

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