Darren Lehmann: Worth the Wait - An Autobiography Summary
The engrossing biography of the Australia International and Yorkshire Captain Darren Lehmann was part of the most successful cricket squad of the modern era Author will be available for promotion during June and July, and hopes to regain his place in the Australian side for the first Test, at Lord's on 21 July. Darren Lehmann first played Test cricket for Australia in 1997. Since then he has established himself as one of the most competitive and unorthodox players to have graced the game of cricket, either as a member of Australia's Test and One Day International squads, or, perhaps more famously, as the captain of Yorkshire. Lehmann's progress as a professional sportsman has not been plain-sailing, nor without controversy. He has always faced competition for a place in an all-conquering Australia side that has included the likes of Ricky Ponting, Michael Clarke and the Waugh twins. However, his consistency as a batsman, and an effective leg-spinner have always made him a valued addition to any international squad. A large personality, Lehmann's lively autobiography reveals both his frustrations, triumphs and the characters he has encountered en route to the top of Australian cricket, the most competitive environment in the game of cricket.
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Darren Lehmann: Worth the Wait - An Autobiography
Methuen Publishing Ltd
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