This book begins with an account of the 2003 World Cup final in Johannesburg. Edward Griffiths then goes back to the beginning - the genesis of the one-day game with the launch of the Gillette Cup in 1963 and traces the development of the game over four decades. There are some accounts of the first and subsequent Cricket World Cup tournaments which highlight the changes in the game over the years, heroic performances, triumphs and defeats.
Edward Griffiths has been a leading sports writer, editor, broadcaster and administrator in South Africa.
Glory Days - Forty Years of One Day Cricket - Edward Griffiths - Paperback
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