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Obituary, 2009

Bill Brown

Wisden's obituary for Bill Brown

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

Cricinfo staff

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

Cricinfo staff

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

Bill Brown

Invincible memories

One of five survivors from Bradman's 1948 side of immortals, Australia's oldest living Test cricketer remembers it all like it was yesterday - except when it comes to his own part in legend