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THE SIGHT of Kerry O’Keeffe as one of Australia’s main bowlers in England signifies more than this spinner’s personal comeback from two years out of Test cricket.

Kerry O’Keeffe – Expected To Be The Next Big Leg-Spinning Star in 1970’s

THE SIGHT of Kerry O’Keeffe as one of Australia’s main bowlers in England signifies more than this spinner’s personal comeback from two years out of Test cricket. In the crowds at Lord’s and Old Trafford were people who had...
Jumping out for a straight drive George Beldam, c. 1905 – arguably the most famous photograph in the history of cricket

Victor Trumper – The Super Star of Golden Age of Cricket

Australia has produced many great players for International cricket. Many of them are no more in this world, but their name is ever the part of cricket history due to their glorious services to the game. Among them is...
Peter Burge played 42 Tests between 1954-55 and 1965-66, scoring 2,290 runs at 38.16 with four hundred. He was a popular and extremely respected figure.

Peter Burge – Fantastic Wicket Keeper of 1950’s

Peter Burge played 42 Tests between 1954-55 and 1965-66, scoring 2,290 runs at 38.16 with four hundred. Upon his death is a great shock because he was a wonderful guy," said former Test team-mate and captain Bill Lawry. Peter...
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Archie Jackson – A Graceful and Elegant batsman

New South Wales Had Archie Jackson, who wished him to live a longer life.  He was born on September 05, 1909, in Rutherglen, Lanarkshire, Scotland. At the tragically young age of 23, Jackson died from tuberculosis, leaving only traces...
Adelaide in 1960s

Adelaide in the 1960s – Most Relaxed and Peaceful City

Adelaide - As Henry Blofeld saw it in the late 1960s. Adelaide is the most relaxed and peaceful of the Australian cities I visited and yet it has about it a musty flavor of the past. The city center...
Bert Kotlang - A Reliably Consistent Performer

Bert Kortlang – A Reliably Consistent Performer

Melbourne-born Bert Kortlang ran away from home at the age of 18 and clocked up more shipping miles than any other cricketer in the opening three decades of the 20th century. Between 1910 and 1912, he appeared in 17...
Rod Marsh to dismiss Tony Greig off Gary Gilmour Bolwing in 1975 World Cup Match

Rodney Marsh Test ’keeper, replacing Brian Taber

In a long-suffering race—wicketkeepers— Rodney Marsh is the one whose activities have most in common with a railway-siding buffer and a box-kite. At the receiving end ‘of Australia’s high-speed battery, the solid West Australian has the tough’ physique and...
At ADELAIDE, during the fifth Test of home Ashes series 1978-79, there was the site later for the showdown in what became popularly known as the Yallop-Hogg affair.

At Yallop-Hogg affair 1978-79

At ADELAIDE, during the fifth Test of home Ashes series 1978-79, there was the site later for the showdown in what became popularly known as the Yallop-Hogg affair. This was no love affair and in fact, there were plenty...
Bill O’Reilly career was quite short. Because circumstances conspired against his early recognition as World War cut him off cricket at the age of only 32.

Bill O’Reilly – One of Greatest Australian Leg Spinner

Bill O’Reilly Test career was quite short. Because the circumstances conspired against his early recognition as a major talent and the Second World War effectively cut him off from international cricket at the age of only 32. But he...
Keith Miller was born on November 28, 1919, at Sunshine Melbourne Victoria. He was called “Golden Boy of Cricket” and being nicked name “Nugget”.

Keith Miller A Genuine All Rounder 1946-1956

If the sole criterion of a genuine all-rounder were glamour, Keith Miller might have come out number one. He did the things that make cricket most interesting to the masses and bowled fast. His ability to hit the ball...

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Saeed Anwar – The Stylish Lost Jewel

Saeed Anwar said he never imagined that he could play for so long after disasters start to get paired on his debut. I went...

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