Unlikely Beginnings: A Soldier's Life
Fazal Mahmood was Pakistan's first cricketing hero, a pace bowler who could bowl on any surface, particularly feared for his deadly leg-cutters. In his autobiography he describes the triumphs and tribulations of Pakistan's first cricket team and discusses bowling technique and the sport in general.
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A Colonial Education
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