|First-class span||1908 - 1913|
William Newhall came from a famous cricketing family, who were strong enough to be able to field an excellent XI on their own. His father and three uncles were all leading players in the era immediately after the Civil War, and William made six appearances for Philadelphia, including in their last first-class game in 1913. In 1912 he top scored with a career-best 57 when Gentlemen of Philadelphia beat the Australians.
How Ross Taylor reconciled with New Zealand cricket and made the highest score by a visiting batsman in Australia
Plus: most runs in a Test by a New Zealander, and c&b by the same bowler twice in a Test
Stats highlights from the second day's play in Nagpur, where South Africa collapsed to their lowest total since their return to Test cricket
It refuses to let India play Pakistan there, but hasn't been forthcoming with reasons why
In the last four years, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of draws and big runs down under
He goes through long barren patches between big scores. Can he change his technique without harming his fast-paced batting?