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1963

'A perversion of positive cricket'

Sep 14, 2013: The world's first one-day final still managed to upset purists and cause controversy over the tactics used

Martin Williamson

Benaud's Manchester miracle

Aug 1, 2013: England needed 256 in 230 minutes at Old Trafford. Ted Dexter blazed 76 but a wily Australian captain had the final say

Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi

1963

Opening Pandora's one-day box

Apr 20, 2013: Fifty years ago, an effort to bring crowds back to cricket led to the birth of a new format

Martin Williamson

Match of my Life

'Winning in Australia has always been the pinnacle'

Aug 19, 2011: Bouncing back to put one across the old enemy, on their turf - doesn't get much better than that

Ted Dexter

The birth of one-day cricket

A competition at the cutting edge

Feb 8, 2011: The English domestic scene, and following it the international cricketing scene, changed dramatically with the birth of limited-overs cricket

Ivo Tennant

You're not going to believe this, but...

Oct 19, 2010: Following James Anderson's boxing injury, we look at XI other instances where players found bizarre ways of sidelining themselves

Martin Williamson

John Snow

The vicar's son, the rebel and the poet

Oct 7, 2008: His style and charisma were natural and irresistible to a ten-year-old back in the 1960s

Alan Lee

Basil D'Oliveira

Dolly mixture

Jun 26, 2008: Forty summers ago a Cape Coloured South African playing for England unwittingly threw MCC into crisis over a tour to the apartheid republic

Rob Steen

County news

Dexter elected as Sussex President

Mar 28, 2007: Ted Dexter has been elected as the next President of Sussex and will succeed Robin Marlar. He comes into the role as the club prepares to defend the Championship title and C&G Trophy

ESPNcricinfo staff

Cricinfo XI

The cheque's in the post

Sep 12, 2006: Steven Lynch looks at cricket's dog-ate-my-homework moments

Steven Lynch

September 1991

When youth has flown

Jun 29, 2004: Ted Dexter on the unwinnable war against Anno Domini

Marylebone Cricket Club

Lewis takes over from Dexter on MCC committee

Sep 30, 2003: One England captain is to replace another at Lord's, as Tony Lewis takes over from Ted Dexter as the chairman of MCC's cricket committee

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Sussex County Cricket Club

The end of the hundred-year wait

Sep 18, 2003: One of the biggest holes in cricket history has just been filled

Wisden Comment by Steven Lynch

Birth of the one-day final

Sep 7, 2003: All Today's Yesterdays - September 7 down the years September 6 | September 8 1963 The inaugural Gillette Cup final was also the first major one-day final to be played at Lord's

Wisden CricInfo staff

A strokemaker in glasses

Jul 24, 2003: All Today's Yesterdays - July 24 down the years July 23 | July 25 1947 That classical strokemaker Zaheer Abbas was born

Wisden CricInfo staff

Lord of the crease

May 15, 2003: 1935 Lord Ted is born ..

Rob Smyth

Dexter awarded CBE

Dec 30, 2000: Ted Dexter, the former England captain and Chairman of Selectors known throughout the cricket world as "Lord Ted" has been awarded the CBE for the service he has given to the game

Staff and agencies

Ted Dexter's proposals for the future of English cricket (24 March 1999)

Mar 24, 1999: Once again our cricketers have flattered to deceive in Australia

CRICKETER OF THE YEAR 1961

Ted Dexter

1961: "Impact!" shouts the mural in one of Fleet Street's larger hatcheries: Get it in your first sentence; Get it in your headline; Above all, Get it in pictures

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