INTL CAREER: 1946 - 1956
Alphabetically sorted top ten of players who have played the most matches across formats in the last 12 months
New South Wales and Barbados have had two of the strongest first-class teams in the world. What would their all-time XIs look like?
Batsmen have always been preferred over bowlers for the leadership role. Is there any merit in such thinking?
Tales of a dashing airman-cricketer in wartime, from a lady who knew him then
Keith Miller lived his life and played his cricket king-size
Questionable spirit of cricket isn't just a modern tendency. Great players of the past also indulged in it, especially when it came to saving a Test
Allrounders who could bat, bowl and sometimes field their sides to victory
Perhaps cricket's first pin-up, Miller's game was marked by flair, devil-may-care insouciance, and awareness always that it was all just a game
Keith Miller had a batting average that was 14 more than his bowling average, which easily puts him in the top rung of allrounders the world has seen
Three legends from the 2000s feature in the jury's XI, which has a mostly even spread across the decades of Australian cricket
On working in a fish-and-chip shop, idolising a coalmine worker
Which players from the past would have done well at Twenty20? We put our thinking caps on.
Martin Williamson on the first Test between neighbours Australia and New Zealand ... it was to be almost 28 years before they met again
XI Test cricketers who played Australian Rules football at the highest level
Keith Miller had the golden touch whether hitting sixes into the stands, bowling unplayable offerings or thrilling people with his pastime
Many things make Australian teams such dominant outfits, but the knowledge they can win from virtually any position is one of the most devastating characteristics
Shane Warne and Keith Miller have more in common than portraits in the Lord's Long Room. Over the past 12 months they were also the subjects of biographies that have become more recognisable for escapades and conquests than on-field achievement.
A Baggy Green cap worn by Keith Miller in the 1954-55 Ashes series has been sold at auction for Aus$35,000 (US$26,000)
A baggy green of Keith Miller will be auctioned alongside three other Australian players' Test caps in Melbourne on June 28
David Frith reviews Keith Miller: the Life of a Great All-rounder by Roland Perry
You can't beat a good bowling attack, and you sure can be exposed without one. Here, Cricinfo recalls 11 of the less successful packs that haven't so much hunted as grunted and often without reward
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