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Australian Cricket Team In England In 1975
... Australian cricket team in England in 1975 Date 10 July 1975 – 3 September 1975 Location England Result Australia won the 4-Test series 1–0 Teams England Australia Captains MH Denness AW Greig IM ... Edrich and David Steele, who received a maiden international cap after a decade of county cricket for Northants and whose silver-haired, bespectacled appearance led the press to dub him "the bank clerk who went ...
Second Test, 2007–08 Border–Gavaskar Trophy - Reaction in Australia
... Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland defended the Australian players' behaviour, claiming that there had been a "marked improvement" in their on-field attitude and behaviour in ... Paul Marsh, the chief of the Australian Cricketers Association, which represents the country's first-class cricketers, believed the issues to be an instance of "tall poppy syndrome ... Australia was one of the four nominees to the ICC Spirit of Cricket awards, which occurred in September 2007 ...
Australia National Cricket Team - History - Modern Era - Recent Seasons
... Main article Australian cricket team in 2007–08 Main article Australian cricket team in 2008 Main article Australian cricket team in 2008–09 Main article Australian ...
RMS Strathaird - Notable Passengers - Australian Cricket Team
... Strathaird brought the 1948 Australian cricket team, nicknamed The Invincibles, to England. ...

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