1981: DOOLAND, BRUCE, who died in Adelaide, his birthplace, on September 8, 1980, aged 56, was one of the last great leg-spinners in first-class cricket
CRICKETER OF THE YEAR 1955
1955: Bruce Dooland, an Australian, did much to restore right-arm leg-break and googly bowling to an important place in the strategy of the game when, in his first two seasons in English first-class cricket, he took 368 wickets--172, average 16.58, in 1953,
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