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Australian Cricket Team In England In 1997 - Matches - Fourth Test
... AM Smith (Eng) made his Test debut ... England announced the same team for the First Test bar Mike Smith who was brought in over Caddick, while Australia lodged a complain against David Graveney ... In response, Elliott (199) and Ashes débutante Ricky Ponting's maiden Test century (127) brought Australia to 501/9 declared, with an expensive five-wicke ...
Seymour Nurse - Test Cricket - Success
... he was asked to open in the first Test at Sabina Park and failed, scoring 15 and 17 ... Left out for the second Test in Trinidad, he returned for the remaining Tests batting in the middle order ... In the fourth Test on his home ground of Kensington Oval, Nurse finally broke through for his maiden Test century ...
Lindsay Hassett With The Australian Cricket Team In England In 1948 - Fourth Test
... The teams then headed to Headingley for the Fourth Test ... As Australia led 2–0 after three Tests, England needed to win the last two matches to square the series ... but they recovered after a middle-order counterattack took them to 458 early on the fourth day ...
Second Test, 1948 Ashes Series - Aftermath
... See also Third Test, 1948 Ashes series, Fourth Test, 1948 Ashes series, and Fifth Test, 1948 Ashes series Wisden's verdict was that "this convincing victory confirmed the First Test realisations of Australia's ... England's attacking policy to be a failure and that, unlike the First Test, "there were no saving graces." The main talking point after the Test was the controversial omission of England's leading batsman ... with Lindwall's short-pitched bowling in the Second Test ...

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