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A total of 430 players have appeared for Western Australia in first-class matches since the team's first-class debut during the 1892–93 Australian cricket season. As of the end of the 2012–13 season, Western Australia as a team has played in exactly 700 first-class matches, the majority against other Australian states in the Sheffield Shield
The Wisden Book of Cricket Records (4th e. London, United Kingdom: Headline Book Publishing. Webster, Ray (1991). First-Class Cricket in Australia: Volume 1 - 1850-51 to 1941-42.
The Wisden Book of Cricket Records (4th e. p. 10. ISBN 0747222037. Glen Waverley, Australia: Ray Webster. 550. ISBN 0731685709.
Western Australian Ernie Bromley moved interstate and made his debut for Victoria in December 1932, scoring 84 runs. He was selected to play for Australia in the 4th Test against England 10-16 February 1933 during the infamous 'Bodyline' series. Ernie was also the first Western Australian player to tour England with the 1934 Australian team.
Five first-class matches were played against South Australia, Victoria and their first against New South Wales. Title: Western Australia's first interstate tour after Federation. Creator: First-class cricket in Australia Ray Webster. Date Created: 20th Century. Location Created: Perth, Western Australia.
First-Class Cricket In Australia Vol 1 1850-51 to 1941-42 by Ray Webster Hardcover, 1,068 Pages, Published .
First-Class Cricket In Australia Vol 1 1850-51 to 1941-42 by Ray Webster Hardcover, 1,068 Pages, Published 1991 by R. Webster ISBN-13: 978-0-7316-8570-7, ISBN: 0-7316-857. Personalizing Learning Reflective and Participatory Design for Autonomous Learning by Ray Webster Paperback, 224 Pages, Published 2009 by Vdm Verlag Dr. Müller ISBN-13: 978-3-639-12846-8, ISBN: 3-639-12846-X.
When I first started reading cricket books there seemed to be one big . During the war, whilst Neville Cardus was in Australia, a lasting friendship developed between him and Robinson.
When I first started reading cricket books there seemed to be one big difference between the English and Australian writers. He was certainly never a First Class cricketer however, and as soon as he left school went straight into employment with the Melbourne Sun-Herald Group.
The tour was the first to have Test status after the First World War. It followed tours by the Australian Imperial Forces cricket team which played a number first-class matches in England, South Africa and Australia immediately after the war. The last Ashes series had been the 1912 Triangular. The last Ashes series had been the 1912 Triangular Tournament held in England that year
Ray Illingworth captained the English cricket team in Australia in 1970–71, playing as England in the 1970-71 Ashes series against the Australians and as the MCC in their other matches on the tour.
Ray Illingworth captained the English cricket team in Australia in 1970–71, playing as England in the 1970-71 Ashes series against the Australians and as the MCC in their other matches on the tour. They had a successful tour, but an acrimonious one as Illingworth's team often argued with their own management and the Australian umpires
Cricket in Australia, What’s Australia famous for ?. .1987: First ICC World Cup victory for Australia, in India. 1988: Australia won the ICC Women’s World Cup.
Cricket in Australia, What’s Australia famous for ? Kangaroos and koalas, Great reef, breathtaking beauty and what no. Cricket and its corresponding programs in Australia are governed by a national board known as Cricket Australia (CA) with a total of 850,155 players registered, retired and active, both in international and domestic circuit. Australian cricket team, both men’s and women’s, compete in ODIs, Tests, and T20s, along with several domestic tournaments. A survey by CA in 2003-04 stated 471,329 as the no. of participants in all cricketing activities.