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New Zealand's Sharjah records, and aged debutants

Dec 2, 2014: Also, most twin fifties in Tests, and a correction about most first-class wickets in a calendar year

Steven Lynch

The tale of a Terror

Feb 4, 2013: Charlie Turner, who enters the Australian cricket Hall of Fame today, was among the finest bowlers of his time

Ric Sissons

Australia news

McGrath and Turner join Hall of Fame

Feb 3, 2013: Two of Australia's finest fast bowlers, Glenn McGrath and Charlie Turner, will become the newest additions to the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame on Monday

Brydon Coverdale

Smith v Hafeez, and Warne's real bunny

May 25, 2011: Batsmen who fell to the same bowler in the most consecutive innings

Travis Basevi and George Binoy

The Top Ten ...

Tight Ashes Tests

Aug 10, 2005: A look back to ten of the closest finishes between cricket's oldest rivals, England and Australia

Will Luke

Australia v Sri Lanka, 2nd Test, Cairns, 5th day

A 109-year old tradition

Jul 13, 2004: Shane Warne came tantalisingly close to breaking Muttiah Muralitharan's record of 527 Test wickets in the second Test against Sri Lanka at Cairns

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

All Today's Yesterdays

The king of swing

Nov 16, 2003: Birth of the Burewala Bombshell

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Charles Turner

1945: TURNER, MR



Charles Turner

1889: CHARLES THOMAS BYAS TURNER was born in Bathurst, in New South Wales, on the 16th November, 1862

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