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'Feet are the most important thing in batsmanship'

Sep 25, 2013: Arthur Morris, Australia's oldest living Test cricketer, talks about batting, coaching, self-doubt, the Don, and being mates with Lindsay Hassett

Interview by Steve Cannane

1946

Beating up your neighbour

Jun 16, 2007: Martin Williamson on the first Test between neighbours Australia and New Zealand ... it was to be almost 28 years before they met again

Martin Williamson

England v Australia, 5th Test, The Oval, 1953

Cricket as a situations game

Sep 12, 2005: Trevor Bailey recalls the day that England won the Ashes in 1953

England v Australia, 5th Test, The Oval, 1953

When the 19-year wait finally ended

Sep 12, 2005: A match report from the 5th Test at The Oval in 1953, when England regained the Ashes after 19 years

Australia v India, 1st Test, Brisbane, 1st day

Fighting ground

Dec 4, 2003: Having decided to take the busway - the tarmac equivalent of the underground - to the Gabba from South Bank, I find myself boxed in by a motley crew of Australian fans

Roving Reporter by Dileep Premachandran

Australia v India, 1st Test, Brisbane, 1st day

Fighting ground

Dec 4, 2003: Having decided to take the busway - the tarmac equivalent of the underground - to the Gabba from South Bank, I find myself boxed in by a motley crew of Australian fans

Roving Reporter by Dileep Premachandran

Vic players' re-united in long room

Oct 16, 2003: Past and present Victorian First Class players will be re-united tonight for the last supper in the MCC Long Room

Cricket Victoria

Bill Brown

Fitting the Bill

Sep 2003: Ken Piesse talks to Bill Brown about fond Ashes memories and batting with Bradman

Obituary

Lindsay Hassett

1994: HASSETT, ARTHUR LINDSAY, MBE, died on June 16, 1993, aged 79

CRICKETER OF THE YEAR - 1949

Arthur Morris

1949: Whatever relief English bowlers may have felt at the knowledge that they were pitting their wits against D. G. Bradman for the last time in 1948 must have been largely counter-balanced by the realisation that, given normal continuation of form and luck, a

CRICKETER OF THE YEAR - 1949

Lindsay Hassett

1949: Lindsay Hassett - Wisden Cricketer of the Year, 1949

Cricketer of the Year - 1949

Bill Johnston

1949: No Australian made a greater personal contribution to the playing success of the 1948 side than wiry WILLIAM ARRAS JOHNSTON, the six-foot-two-inch left-arm medium-fast bowler from Victoria.

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