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His Own Story Run-Digger by Bill Lawry

His Own Story Run-Digger by Bill Lawry

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His Own Story Run-Digger

by Bill Lawry,

Edited by Phil Tressider with a Foreword by Sir Robert Menzies

Souvenir Press, 1966, [First Edition], b/w photographic plates, hardcover, dustjacket

Very Good Condition, a little wear to edges and corners, price-clipped dustjacket shows a little rubbing to edges and some surface wear with small chips and creases

'It is Bill Lawry's own story of the toughest and most stubborn batsman any modern day bowler has been asked to dislodge, revealing his innermost secrets, his determination to succeed, his gratification when his own run-making feats have paved the way for an Australian triumph.  He shrugs off the hard things written about him and, in turn, pokes gentle fun at his critics.  There is no malice because Bill Lawry, relieved of his cricket bat, has no enemies.  He is the most modest of men, so that he emerges from his own book in the role he might least have expected.'


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