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A tour diary

Bodyline timeline - January 1933

Oct 19, 2007: A day-by-day account of the 1932-33 Bodyline series ... January 1933

Martin Williamson

A tour diary

Bodyline timeline - November 1932

Oct 19, 2007: A day-by-day account of the 1932-33 Bodyline series ... November 1932

Martin Williamson

A tour diary

Bodyline timeline - July - October 1932

Oct 19, 2007: A day-by-day account of the 1932-33 Bodyline series ... July to October 1932

Martin Williamson

A tour diary

Bodyline timeline - December 1932

Oct 19, 2006: A day-by-day account of the 1932-33 Bodyline series ... December 1932

Martin Williamson

Obituary

Bill Ponsford

1992: PONSFORD, WILLIAM HAROLD, died at Kyneton, Victoria, on April 6, 1991; at 90, he was Australia's oldest living Test cricketer and the sole survivor of H. L. Collins's 1926 team in England.

Obituary

Miran Bux

1992:

Obituary

Ernie McCormick

1992:

Obituary

Freddie Brown

1992: BROWN, FREDERICK RICHARD, CBE, who died on July 24, 1991, aged 80, was an all-rounder of exceptional skill and achievement who will always be remembered for the courage and determination of his leadership of England in the 1950-51 Test series in

CRICKETER OF THE YEAR - 1933

Freddie Brown

1933: FREDERICK RICHARD BROWN, was born at Lima, Peru, on December 16, 1910

England v India, Lord's, June 1932

Jardine spares England's blushes

Jul 2, 1932: The report from The Cricketer in India's first Test, against England at Lord's in June 1932

An Onlooker
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