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Jonathan Agnew's Cricket Year 2009

	 Jonathan Agnew's Cricket Year 2009
Jonathan Agnew's Cricket Year 2009

The 28th edition of Cricket Year, the eagerly awaited and popular autumn annual, provides a superb record of the cricket season, both at home and abroad. Jonathan Agnew looks back on the year and shares his personal viewpoint on England’s Ashes triumph and the troubled tour of India where the Mumbai attacks thrust sport into the political arena.
Elsewhere Mark Baldwin and a team of county writers provide detailed coverage of the English domestic season, with dedicated sections on the LV County Championship, the Twenty20 Cup, the Friends Provident Trophy and the NatWest Pro40 League.
Other features include Christopher Martin-Jenkins’ scrutiny of England’s much-discussed cricket schedule, Vikram Solanki’s view of the 40-over/50-over debate, and a special profile of India’s astounding Little Master, Sachin Tendulkar, on the 20th anniversary of his Test debut.
This years much anticipated annual contains stunning colour photographs, together with exclusive county form charts, full championship scorecards and first-class averages all help readers to recall another highly eventful cricket year.

Jonathan Agnew’s Cricket Year has an unrivalled sense of immediacy and is a vital record for all cricket enthusiasts.

Jonathan Agnew made his debut for Leicestershire in 1978 and represented England in three Tests and three One-Day Internationals in 1984–85.

Jonathan Agnew is a BBC cricket correspondent. This is his eleventh year as Editor of Cricket Year.


Jonathan Agnew’s Cricket Year 2009 is published by A&C Black, priced £24.99.

Publishing Date: 5th November 2009
Price: £24.99
ISBN: 978 1 408 11332 5
Format, 246x189 mm, Hardback, 224pp