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|Title:||THE LAST EVERYDAY HERO: The Bert Sutcliffe Story|
|Category:||New Zealand - Biographies|
|New / Used:||New|
|Book Type:||Small Paperback|
Bert Sutcliffe, the magical batsman who put New Zealand cricket on the map. This book is a tale of two men: one who became the first hero of New Zealand cricket, and one whose lifelong dream was to write his biography. Bert Sutcliffe, a stout-hearted giant of the post-war cricketing world, never did get to see his long-awaited story hit the press. He died in 2001 aged 77, leaving behind a trail of re-written record books.
In The Last Everyday Hero, highly regarded cricketing writer and commentator Richard Boock joins the talents of these two men and completes the story. Many of those who have contributed to this book have also since departed; it is NZ's cricket's field of dreams.
Illustrated with b&w images.