Famous Cricketers No 52 - Malcolm Marshall

ABOUT THE AUTHORS Vic Isaacs was born in Glasgow in 1944, the son of Jewish refugees from war-torn Europe. To this day he has never played in any cricket match at any level. He first scored for the BAOR (Army) side in 1966, scoring for various sides until in 1975 he took on the post as Hampshire scorer for one year. Twenty-five years later he is still in the post. Vic has contributed to many cricket statistical publications, jointly preparing The Wisden Book of One Day Internationals with Bill Frindall. In 1999 he took time out from his Hampshire duties to score for Kenya in the World Cup. In 1997 he was the ACS Statistician of the Year. Dave Allen was born in Portsmouth and has been a Hampshire member for 40 years. After a modest career as a club cricketer he now spends his cricketing time as an Executive Committee member at Hampshire CCC. He is Chairman of the Heritage Sub Committee and has produced a number of exhibitions, articles and publications about Hampshire cricket. He is also secretary of the recently revived Hambledon Club. In his spare time he is a Principal Lecturer at the University of Portsmouth.