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he was the most effective of his generation and the central figure in the regeneration of Australian cricket in the 1980s.

Allan Border – Central Figure in the Regeneration of Australian Cricket

Allan Border was perhaps not the most elegant left-hander you will ever see. But he was the most effective of his generation and the central figure in the regeneration of Australian cricket in the 1980s. He was a tremendous competitor, extremely...
Shane Warne leads Australia from the field after claiming his 700th Test wicket, Australia v Eng2

Shane Warne – Greatest Bowlers in the History of the Game

Shane Warne was born on 13 September 1969 at Ferntree Gully, Victoria. He was an Australian cricketer, commentator, and captained Australia in ODI. Australian leg spinner Shane Warne changed the culture of the game. Shane Warne's test debut came against...

Pakistan vs Australia First-Test 1982-83 at Karachi

The Australians went into the first Test 1982-83 at Karachi with only seven days of cricket behind them and are still quite unused to the heat of September in Pakistan. Even the Pakistan players, most of who had just...

Warwick Armstrong Bowled Two Consecutive Overs

On 25 July 1921, at Old Trafford, Australian all-rounder Warwick Armstrong bowled two consecutive overs in the same innings in a Test match for the first time since it was outlawed, in 1890. What has actually happened? The rain...
Ernie Toshack was having captivating characters, due to his tall, striking, and rugged features. Toshack was dubbed his team-mates as “The Black Prince” and “The Film Star”.

Ernie Toshack – Member of Bradman’s Invincible Side

Ernie Toshack was the son of a stationmaster, born in New South Wales on December 8, 1914. He was orphaned when a boy, eventually cared for by his relatives in Lyndhurst and played his early cricket and rugby league...
Tied Matches in the History of Test Cricket

Tied Matches in the History of Test Cricket

More than 2000 Test matches had played in the 141-year history of cricket.  Only two Tied Matches in the History of Test Cricket so far. The two incredible matches were played by the Australian team against two different teams....
Recalling the days, when David Hookes Smashed a 34 Ball Century in Domestic Cricket. Shaun Graf was at the Adelaide Oval when David Hookes clattered a hundred of 34 balls.

When David Hookes Smashed a 34 Ball Century

Recalling the days, when David Hookes Smashed a 34 Ball Century in Domestic Cricket. Shaun Graf was at the Adelaide Oval when David Hookes clattered a hundred of 34 balls. This was the fastest century in the history of...
Keith Miller

Keith Miller – Prehensile and Acrobatic Character

The Test Match series which begins this week between South Africa and Australia may give Keith Miller the chance to show whether he is a star or a meteor. This New South Wales cricketer and athlete, now at the...
Michael Slater just 1.75 meters tall, he was prepared to take the attack to any bowler. He was first picked on the Ashes tour 1993.

Michael Slater – A Swashbuckling Opening Batsman

Michael Jonathon Slater was born on 21 February 1970 in New South Wales. The right-hander from the New South Wales country town of Wagga Wagga cracked 14 Test centuries before being replaced on the eve of the fifth Ashes...
The Bill Brown one of the famous Australian Invincible side of 1948, died on March 16, 2008, at the age of 95 in a nursing home in Brisbane.

Bill Brown – The Member of Bradman’s Invincible Team

'Invincible' Bill Brown one of the last of the famous Australian Invincible side of 1948, died on March 16, 2008, at the age of 95 in a nursing home in Brisbane. Former Australian Test captain Steve Waugh led the...

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Jo Angel – Former Australian 6ft 6in Tall Fast Bowler

Jo Angel was a former Australian right-arm medium-fast bowler who appeared in 4 Test matches and 3 ODI’s between 1993 till 1995. He was...

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