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Cricket Library Weekly 29 December The Cricket Library

In our final edition of the Cricket Library Weekly for 2022, we are joined by special guest Mary-Anne Henderson who after successfully predicting the winner of Weber WBBL|08 drops by to give her predictions for the KFC Big Bash season. Join us for all of the usual banter you have come to expect including more data than you can poke a stick at in the highly popular 'Tabbsy's Take' segment. Please remember to subscribe to the Cricket Library Podcast on your favourite podcast provider and leave a review to help us start conversations that inspire a love of cricket.  
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  1. G’day Cricket Librarian,

    I have a few hundred cricket books in my personal library/archive/museum.

    I have them categorised in the following and would appreciate advice regarding other categories or sub-categories.

    -Anthology
    -Ashes
    -Associations/grounds
    -Auto/Biography
    -Bodyline
    -Bradman
    -Fiction
    -History (Australian Cricket)
    -History (World Cricket)
    -Statical
    -Wisden + Wisden Australia
    -Yearbooks
    -VHS
    -DVD/Bluray
    -CD
    -Cassette
    -Game PC
    -Game Console

    Do Max Walker anecdote books with crude caricatures on the cover count as cricket literature? Or should I bin them?

    You’re doing God’s work.

    Many thanks,

    Gleeso.

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