Australian bowler John Gleeson demonstrates his grip

Australian bowler John Gleeson demonstrates his grip

John GleesonNagraj Gollapudi/ESPNcricinfo Ltd
A news report in the <i>Sydney Morning Herald</i> features John Gleeson's dismissal of Phil Carlson in a 1971-72 Shield Game, Sydney, January 2, 1972
A news report in the Sydney Morning Herald features John Gleeson's dismissal of Phil Carlson in a 1971-72 Shield GameSydney Morning Herald
John Gleeson bowls in the nets
John Gleeson bowlsGetty Images
The <i>Sydney Morning Herald</i> reports on the crowd trouble that ended the tour game between South Zone and the Australians in Bangalore, December 23, 1969
The Sydney Morning Herald reports on the crowd trouble that ended the tour game between South Zone and the Australians in BangaloreSydney Morning Herald
John Gleeson bowls in the nets at Lord's, June 19, 1968
John Gleeson bowls in the nets at Lord'sPA Photos
A news report on John Gleeson's five-wicket haul against Queensland, New South Wales v Queensland, Sheffield Shield, Sydney, December 31, 1966
A news report on John Gleeson's five-wicket haul against QueenslandThe Age
John Gleeson bowls, November 12, 1970
John Gleeson bowlsHulton Archive
The <i>Canberra Times</i> reports that despite the crowd trouble in Bangalore, Australia's tour of India will go one, December 24, 1969
The Canberra Times reports that despite the crowd trouble in Bangalore, Australia's tour of India will go onCanberra Times
Eknath Solkar takes an excellent low catch to dismiss John Gleeson, India v Australia, 3rd Test, Delhi, November 29, 1969
Eknath Solkar takes an excellent low catch to dismiss John GleesonESPNcricinfo Ltd
The 1968 Australian team in London (from right to left): Bill Lawry, Brian Taber, Doug Walters, Les Joslin, John Gleeson, Ashley Mallett, David Renneberg, John Inverarity, Eric Freeman, Ian Chappell, Neil Hawke, Paul Sheahan, Alan Connolly, Bob Cowper, Graham McKenzie and Ian Redpath
The 1968 Australian team in LondonPA Photos