Sep 11, 2004: It seems extraordinary to recall now, given all the seismic scandals that have clawed away at the integrity of cricket over the past decade, but at the start of the 1990s, there was no issue more emotive than ball-tampering
2002: BURGE, PETER JOHN PARNELL, AM, died suddenly of a heart attack at Main Beach, Southport, Queensland on October 5, 2001, aged 69
Nov 30, 2001: Peter John Parnell Burge was born 17th May 1932 in Queensland Australia and died at the age of 69 in Brisbane
Oct 5, 2001: To younger members of the world's cricketing community, the late Peter Burge will be best remembered as the tough but fair match referee who has presided over international fixtures for the last nine years.
Oct 5, 2001: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) today extended its deepest sympathies and condolences to the family of former Australian Test batsman, ICC Match Referee and Queensland Cricket director, Peter Burge AM, who passed away today, aged 69.
Mar 15, 1999: Australian Cricket Board Chief Executive Officer Malcolm Speed today announced that the umpires had been chosen for this weekend's Sheffield Shield final between the Queensland Bulls and the Western Warriors in Brisbane
Wisden Cricket Monthly, January 1989
Jan 1989: John Arlott ushers in another Australian year with a look back 25 years to the 1964 Ashes battle
CRICKETER OF THE YEAR 1965
1965: One innings could be said to have decided the Test series between England and Australia
Stats highlights from the fourth day of the Khulna Test between Bangladesh and Pakistan