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Invincible Bill Brown remembered at Gabba service

Gone but not forgotten

Seventy-six years after Bill Brown was run-out without facing a ball on his first-class debut at the Gabba, he was given a farewell at the same ground

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Bill Brown 1912-2008

Brown was the baggy green - Waugh

Bill Brown, who has died aged 95, epitomised the Australian cricket ethos and was an invaluable role model for the younger generations of Test cricketers, according to Steve Waugh

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Bill Brown 1912-2008

Bill Brown dies aged 95

Bill Brown, who was the only remaining link to Australia's pre-World War Two Test era, died in Brisbane on Sunday at the age of 95

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'He was worth two players'

Invincibles pay tribute to Johnston

Bill Johnston might not have achieved the same recognition as his more famous fast-bowling colleagues, Ray Lindwall and Keith Miller, but to those who played with him, Johnston was a champion

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Laker's match

1956 History was made at Old Trafford when Jim Laker took his 19th wicket in the fourth Test against Australia, including all ten wickets in the second innings