Irving Rosenwater      

Full name Isidore Rosenwater

Born September 11, 1932, Mile End, London

Died January 30, 2006, Stepney, London (aged 73 years 141 days)

Other Journalist, Author

Education Parmenter's Grammar School, Bethnal Green

Profile

Irving Rosenwater was one of cricket's luminaries. A former assistant editor of The Cricketer magazine, founder editor of The Cricket Society Journal, a contributor to Wisden, particularly embracing the Records section, and a television scorer-statistician for BBC and Channel 9, Australia, these activities were but the heel of his footprint on the games' many off-field pitches. He also enjoyed (in his own listing) "a wide and varied career as writer, essayist, collector, editor, bibliographer, researcher, reviewer, obituarist, spectator, crossword-compiler, publisher's reader, indexer, speaker (and minor player)".

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