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The autobiography of former Surrey and England cricketer Robin Jackman; now a highly-regarded international cricket commentator, working on South African television. Known as one of the top commentators in the world, his articulate story encounters virtually all the cricketing greats of the modern era many of whom he played with or against. During his playing career, he was controversially banned from the West Indies because of his South African connection. The book publishes just before the EnglandSouth Africa Test and ODI series begins and naturally Jackman will be in England commentating on the matches.

Official autobiography of former England Test and ODI international and Wisden Cricketer of the Year (1981) Robin Jackman, now a TV pundit
Comprehensive colour photo section, including previously unpublished pictures from Robin Jackmans personal collection
Ghost writer Colin Bryden is a former Sports Editor of the Sunday Times
Foreword by Robins former England team-mate and friend Sir Ian Botham

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    Jackers.

    What a fantastic life story. I really enjoyed reading the book!

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    Jackers: A Life in Cricket

    Great book and a briliant insight into the lvely game. Wel written. It gives one a perfect picture of what the real crcketers do

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