First produced for Summer 1973, the Cricketer Quarterly was published every three months: summer, autumn, winter and spring, for 32 years… quite a feat in ‘modern’ publishing. They are all a uniform A5 in size with colour covers. And are very comprehensive with first-class scores in detail from around the world.
They are particularly valuable for world scores, as Wisden suddenly stopped running them…. hmmm.
Gordon Ross was the original editor and Richard Lockwood the final editor