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Gerry Alexander 1928-2011

'He upheld all the virtues of cricket'

Gerry Alexander, who kept wicket for West Indies during the tied Test, has been remembered by his opponents in that match as a pioneer of the wicketkeeper-batsman trend, and as a man who helped ensure the game was played in the right spirit

Cricinfo staff

'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

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Australian cricket

Bradman's 254 voted best ever

Sir Donald Bradman's status as the Superman of Australian batsmanship lives on, with two of The Don's most gargantuan knocks voted among the three greatest innings ever played by Australian cricketers