Arthur Morris 19222015 Arthur Morris didn't mind being overshadowed by Don Bradman; sometimes he even enjoyed it. Occasionally asked what he was doing when Bradman, in his last test innings, was famously bowled for a duck, Morris would say he was ... Sydney Morning Herald, 1 week ago
Obituary: Arthur Morris 1922-2015 - Sydney Morning Herald, 1 week ago
Cricket, on field and off the field, can sometimes present new socio dramas. As a game, it needs myths to sustain itself. Cricket mediates between the categories amateur and professional, the relation between black and white, migrant and native such ...New Indian Express, 1 month ago
The bowler hitches up his trousers, a wry smile on his face, and prepares to bowl. Four or five paces in, past the single stump, left arm vaguely pointing down the wicket, right arm coming over quite a long way from the vertical, and bowls. The ...History Extra, 1 month ago
12:00 am Memory can be a blessing or a curse for those who read a lot (newspapers, magazines, books) though most of it could be rubbish. I vaguely remember reading details about England's cricket tour of Australia immediately after World War II. The ...The Freepress Journal, 1 month ago
It's Ashes time in the mother country (England) as English and Australian cricketers resume one of the most enduring sporting rivalries at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff. Michael Clarke's men currently hold the Ashes following their rout of England in ...Livemint.com, 1 month ago
Fox Photos/ Australian cricketers Sir Don Bradman and Stan McCabe walk out to bat in 1938. 1) Come and look at this. Youve never seen anything like it. Don Bradman to his team-mates, Trent Bridge, 1938 The 29-year-old Donald Bradman was as ...MSN Australia, 1 month ago
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