STUMPZ CRICKET GAME BY DE LA RUE - 1930s CRICKET BOARD GAME
The game was designed to be a recreation of text match cricket between the old rivals, England and Australia.
Played with a fold-out cloth/paper pitch, 11 wooden pawns for the fielders, a Bowler's card pack, the Batsman's card pack, a score board, Break Indicator dial and the original rules booklet. All present, and correct.
The Bowler can decide what kind of delivery he wants to make, with all the nuances of various swing and spin and likewise the batsmen may decide what type of stroke will be played.
Like many games manufacturers, de la Rue made three versions of Stumpz. This is the most compact, affordable version.
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