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Summary

Phil Tufnell, cricket legend and national treasure, has populated his very own Cricket Hall of Fame with a deliciously eclectic collection of cricket legends and offbeat characters, with joyful results.

From boyhood heroes to legendary teammates to fearsome opponents to idiosyncratic umpires and broadcasters, Tuffers has gathered together the most enchanting cast of cricketing figures ever assembled.

And it wouldn't be a Tuffers tome if there weren't a number of captivating appearances from some unexpected quarters, including some genuinely off-the-wall non-cricketing inductees to keep life interesting in this very personal hall of fame.

By turns eccentric and warmhearted, Tuffers' Cricket Hall of Fame is a joy for all cricket fans.

©2017 Phil Tufnell (P)2017 Headline Publishing Group Limited

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Brilliant

A great listen and read to perfection. Will listen to again in the next few days. Tuffet must be one of best cricket writers. A five star book

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Tuffers at his best

loved it. great relaxing listening. narration excellent. would recommend to any cricket lover. Tuffers tells a great tale.