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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.

The run of annuals I have covers 1973 to 2003. I have most issues. Each issue is $2.50. The first four volumes in 1973 are $5 each

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

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