Frindall, Bill

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FRINDALL, Bill

FRINDALL, Bill. (William Howard Frindall). British, b. 1939. Genres: Recreation, Sports/Fitness. Career: Lutterworth Press, London, England, assistant production manager, 1958-59; Legal and General Assurance Society, city branch, London, life assurance inspector trainee, 1965-66; freelance cricket statistician, writer, editor, and broadcaster, 1966-. Founder and chairman of the Maltamaniacs (a cricket team). President of British Blind Sport, 1984-. The Playfair Cricket Annual, editor/compiler, 1986-. Publications: The Kaye Book of Cricket Records, 1968; Frindall's Score Book: England versus Australia, 1975, 1975; The Playfair Cricket Quiz Book, 1975; Frindall's Score Book: Australia versus the West Indies, 1975-76, 1976; Frindall's Score Book: England versus the West Indies, 1976, 1976; Frindall's Score Book: England versus Australia, 1977, 1977; The Wisden Book of Test Cricket, 1979, 5th ed., 3 vols., 2000; Frindall's Score Book: Australia versus England, 1978-79, 1979; Frindall's Score Book: Australia versus England and the West Indies, 1979-80, 1980; The Wisden Book of Cricket Records, 1982, 4th ed., 1998; The Guinness Book of Cricket Facts and Feats, 1983, 4th ed., 1995; (with M. Melford) Cricket, 1984; The Wisden Book of Limited-Overs Internationals, 1985; The Carphone Gallery of Cricketers, 1988; England Test Cricketers, 1989; Ten Tests for England, 1989; Gooch's Golden Summer, 1991; A Tale of Two Captains, 1992; Limited-overs International Cricket The Complete Record, 1997; Playfair Cricket World Cup, 1999. Address: The Beeches, Blackboard Lane, Urchfont, Devizes, Wilts. SN10 4RD, England. Online address: [email protected]