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A tour diary

Bodyline timeline - January 1933

Oct 19, 2007: A day-by-day account of the 1932-33 Bodyline series ... January 1933

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A tour diary

Bodyline timeline - November 1932

Oct 19, 2007: A day-by-day account of the 1932-33 Bodyline series ... November 1932

Martin Williamson

A tour diary

Bodyline timeline - July - October 1932

Oct 19, 2007: A day-by-day account of the 1932-33 Bodyline series ... July to October 1932

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A tour diary

Bodyline timeline - December 1932

Oct 19, 2006: A day-by-day account of the 1932-33 Bodyline series ... December 1932

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Wicketkeeper's 19-year career is over

Warren Hegg retires from first-class cricket

Sep 16, 2005: Warren Hegg, the Lancashire and England wicketkeeper, has retired from first-class cricket

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May 9, 2003: 1977 The day the world's top cricketers turned pirate

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Obituary

George Duckworth

1967: DUCKWORTH, GEORGE, who died on January 5, aged 64, was an outstanding character in first-class cricket in the period between the two World Wars, a time when the game possessed far more players of popular personality than at the present time

CRICKETER OF THE YEAR 1929

George Duckworth

1929: GEORGE DUCKWORTH, the Lancashire wicket-keeper, was born at Warrington on May 9, 1901, educated at Warrington Grammar School and, after the war, went in 1922 to Birmingham on trial

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