2 edition of Australians in England found in the catalog.
Australians in England
|LC Classifications||GV913 .W36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||256 p. :|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||54021537|
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Cape Summer and the Australians in England () treats the Ashes series, memorable above all for the bowling performance of Jim Laker; and the following winter's MCC tour to apartheid South Africa, where one of England's strongest ever sides had an unexpectedly tough contest and where, as ever, Ross's discerning eye and finessing pen Brand: Faber & Faber.
Indeed this was the very England that H.V. Morton went in search of; and the crucial departure he made was to search for England by car, a modest Morris Cowley ‘Bullnose’ he named Maud.
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That Aaron Finch's men will have already played at Old Trafford just days before the semi-final will give the Australians an excellent Author: Jon Pierik.