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'Feet are the most important thing in batsmanship'

Sep 25, 2013: Arthur Morris, Australia's oldest living Test cricketer, talks about batting, coaching, self-doubt, the Don, and being mates with Lindsay Hassett

Interview by Steve Cannane

Frank Tyson

'I wanted to stop batsmen from getting on to the front foot'

May 16, 2013: The Typhoon remembers being at his fastest, chopping willow trees to get strong, and the mateship of the 1954-55 English side

Interview by Ken Piesse

Quick picks

Jun 10, 2012: Five all-time great fast bowlers who had pace as well as every trick in the book

Ashley Mallett

Ray Lindwall

My own private legend

Jan 14, 2009: The greatest of fast bowlers, the nicest of men

David Frith

Twelve players will be inducted at Steve Waugh Medal

New South Wales opens Hall of Fame

Apr 3, 2008: The 12 members of New South Wales' team of the past 150 years will be the first inductees of the state's Hall of Fame when it is opened on Friday night

ESPNcricinfo staff

1946

Beating up your neighbour

Jun 16, 2007: Martin Williamson on the first Test between neighbours Australia and New Zealand ... it was to be almost 28 years before they met again

Martin Williamson

The fast bowler who got his wickets with his brain

Going out in style

Apr 28, 2007: Glenn McGrath has gone out in style; he has become the leading wicket-taker in World Cup cricket and performed so well that people are now asking, "Why is he retiring?

Ian Chappell

England v Australia, 5th Test, The Oval, 1953

Cricket as a situations game

Sep 12, 2005: Trevor Bailey recalls the day that England won the Ashes in 1953

Australia in New Zealand 2004-05

McGrath shoots for 600 wickets

Mar 8, 2005: Glenn McGrath has lifted his sights to 600 Test wickets as he prepares to become the first Australia bowler to play a Test aged 35 since Ray Lindwall

ESPNcricinfo staff

Glenn McGrath: 100 Test matches

An ironman of the land

Oct 26, 2004: A player who could not get an over as a teenager in his outback home town will today play his 100th Test

Peter English

July 1980

The Watson- Bailey epic

Oct 4, 2004: John Arlott's personal reflections on the great England rearguard at Lord's in 1953, when, it seemed, half the country held its breath all afternoon

The king of swing

Oct 3, 2003: 1921 One of the greatest fast bowlers of all was born on this day

Wisden Cricinfo staff

An ounce of luck is worth a ton of skill: Hemu Adhikari

Oct 1, 2000: During his visit to Chennai to receive the sixth CK Nayudu award instituted by the Board of Control for Cricket in India, Lt.Col Hemu Adhikari spoke to CricInfo on his long and illustrious career as player, manager and coach

Sankhya Krishnan

Obituary

Ray Lindwall

1997: LINDWALL, RAYMOND RUSSELL, MBE, died on June 23, 1996, aged 74

RAY LINDWALL - RUGBY LEAGUE CHAMPION

Jun 24, 1996: Ray Lindwall, probably Australian cricket`s greatest fast bowler since the Second World War, died on Saturday night 22 June 1996, in Brisbane at the age of 74

Rick Eyre

Headline

Jun 24, 1996:

CRICKETER OF THE YEAR - 1949

Ray Lindwall

1949: By whatever standard he is judged, RAYMOND RUSSELL LINDWALL must be placed permanently in the gallery of great fast bowlers

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