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1928

Festive frolics at the MCG

Dec 25, 2004: On Christmas Day 1928, thousands deserted their Christmas celebrations to head to the MCG as Alan Kippax and Hal Hooker broke the world record for the last-wicket stand

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New South Wales v Western Australia, SCG, Pura Cup, 2nd day

Thornely doubles up on records as WA follow on

Nov 3, 2004: Dominic Thornely broke a domestic sixes record, shared a 219-run 10th-wicket partnership with Stuart MacGill, reached an unbeaten 261 and then joined his New South Wales team-mates as they forced Western Australia to follow on at the SCG

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January 1976

A Christmas to remember

May 12, 2004: Geoff Allen talks to Hal Hooker, one half (60% to be precise) of the astonishing last-wicket partnership of 307

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Alan Kippax

1973: KIPPAX, ALAN FALCONER, who died in Sydney on September 5, aged 75, was a brilliant and prolific batsman for New South Wales

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