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Interview with Jim Stewart
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For those of us old enough to remember him, this is quite a nostalgic interview:
https://warwickshireccc.com/news/record-...s-special/
My recollection is that, as a six-hitter, he didn't dance down the pitch - just a front foot towards the ball and away it would go in the arc between long-on and long-off.
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(08-03-2018, 07:14 PM)Terry Wrote: For those of us old enough to remember him, this is quite a nostalgic interview:
https://warwickshireccc.com/news/record-...s-special/
My recollection is that, as a six-hitter, he didn't dance down the pitch - just a front foot towards the ball and away it would go in the arc between long-on and long-off.


WJ Stewart - Jim - A batting phenomenon - He and MJK Smith I believe contributed towards the change in the LBW Law as they were both noted 'padder-uppers' outside the off stump. Like John Jameson when JIM hit the ball it stayed hit.

WJS was not only a top batsman but having been in his company on several occasions I can vouch for the fact that he is a top man too.
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