‘Tons of Runs’ by Paul Daley

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Pictures of ‘Tons of Runs’ Book Launch by Paul Daley including launch of the Indigenous Heritage River Walk and Pigeon Ponds vs Edenhope Cricket Match at Johnny Mullagh Oval, Harrow, October 29, 2011.

‘Tons of Runs’ is a remarkable research and publishing achievement that documents centuries from Australians in all forms of competitive cricket from the 1850’s until 2007/8.  It includes photos, essays, articles and cricketers’ narrations with a heavy emphasis upon grass roots participation.

Link to Marcus Curnow’s Facebook Gallery is here.  His maiden 100 from 2003/4 appears on pg. 346!

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4 thoughts on “‘Tons of Runs’ by Paul Daley

  1. As a century maker in 1963 how can I have my name added to your future addition to Tons of Runs.
    A report of the match from the local paper is this good enough confirmation

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  4. The book tons of runs. How was the data for this book collected. My husband made 5 centuries in his cricket career before 2007 but are not in this book. So after looking for others. Quite a few of his team mates are missing. Just interested. Thanks

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