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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, Australia 1946-1956

If the sole criterion of 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 huge...
Adam Gilchrist must be one of the most fearless cricketers of all time. It is all very well swinging the bat seemingly without a care in the world at the county or state level.

Adam Gilchrist – Greatest Wicket Keeper Batsman

Adam Gilchrist must be one of the most fearless cricketers of all time. It is all very well swinging the bat seemingly without a care in the world at the county or state level. It is quite another to...
This is memorable picture of depicts the great Australian fast Bowler Denis Lillee on the receiving end, had a torrid time at Iqbal Stadium Faisalabad.

Dennis Lillee Famous Remark of Making His Grave on Faisalabad Pitch

This is a memorable picture of depicts the great Australian fast Bowler Dennis Lillee on the receiving end of Taslim Arif's bat. Dennis Lillee had a torrid time at Iqbal Stadium Faisalabad on the tour to Pakistan in 1979-80....
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.

David Hookes Sensational Summer of 1982-83

WHAT a sensational season David Hookes is having. Centuries and half-centuries flowed from his bat; he earned plaudits for requesting that the obstructing-the-field decision against Ian Botham be reversed, and fell foul of the umpires in a club match...
Jeff Thomson was a freak of cricketing nature. In his pomp, an exceptional athlete with elasticity of frame enabling him to deliver the ball in a way.

Jeff Thomson – One of the Fastest Bowler of Cricket History

Jeff Thomson was a freak of cricketing nature. In his pomp, he was an exceptional athlete, with suppleness and elasticity of frame enabling him to deliver the ball in away. Which, if not unique, was certainly very rare, and...
Australian Ray Lindwall raised the standard for fast bowlers in the ten years after the Second World War represented in 61 Tests from 1946-47 to 1960.

Ray Lindwall – Australian Premier Fast Bowler 1946–60

Australian Ray Lindwall raised the standard for fast bowlers in the ten years after the Second World War. Ray Lindwall represented Australia in 61 Tests from 1946-47 to 1960. Raymond Russell Lindwall born on October 3, 1921, in Sydney...
Richie Benaud displayed flair in everything, either batting, intelligent and varied leg-spin, brilliant close catching, instinctive and positive captaincy.

Richie Benaud – Influential Cricket Personality Post the Era of World War II

Richie Benaud, the Australian leg spinner, displayed flair in everything he did. Whether it was aggressive batting, intelligent and varied leg-spin, brilliant close catching, instinctive, and positive captaincy. Even though insightful TV commentary, which is probably what most people,...
Don Bradman is almost run out at 101 in his innings of 169

Don Bradman Australia, 1928 – 1948

Indeed, the greatest batsman ever born in the history of cricket. His figures and feats are ones with which you simply cannot argue. Don Bradman's record is so far ahead of anyone else’s that one can scarcely believe one...
In February 1882, George Coulthard made his only Test appearance as a player for Australia, making 6 at No 11 and not bowling.

George Coulthard – Not Only Played Test But Also Umpired in a Test Match

In the history of cricket, many records are fascinating to know. There was a Test cricketer, who not only played but also umpired in a test match within one month of the two matches. It is amazing but there...
Bill Johnston – Bradman Invincible Bowler

Bill Johnston – Bradman Invincible Bowler

Bill Johnston the versatile left-arm medium-pace bowler, was a key member of Australian invincible side of 1948. Bill Johnston was often an underrated member of the Australian side in the decade after World War II. Bill Johnston played 40...

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