Brisbane - First Test Report AKA Australia… 1954

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    Duplicate of item 489.04 - check for best quality.

    Brisbane, Australia.

    SV. Captains tossing (Len Hutton and Ian Johnson). LV. Crowd in short sleeves and sun hats. GV. Tyson bowling to Arthur Morris. SV. Towards, Tyson bowling - Morris stabs at ball - no run. SV. Man looking through telescope. LV. Tyson hurls one down. Morris cuts it to the boundary, they run two before umpire signals boundary. SV. Denis Compton receiving attention with broken finger by the boundary. SCU. Shirtless man in crowd. SV. Towards, Alec Bedser running up to bowl. LV. Morris having a wild slash as umpire signals no ball. He misses, Keith Andrews collects and returns. SV. Crowd. GV. Play. SV. Bedser (one of the twins Alec or Eric) and T. G. Edrich fielding. SV. Favell cocks up a ball from Brian Statham, Colin Cowdrey holds the catch off screen. SV. Crowd applauding. SV. Towards, Favell walking into pavilion. SV. Statham walks across and pats Cowdrey on back. CU. Scoreboard 1 for 51. Favell made 23. LV. Miller at wicket. Statham bowls just off balance, he fails to field a hard return. Miller runs. SCU. Man sunning in crowd. SV. Miller at wicket, cuts Tyson and runs. SCU. Happy couple in crowd. LV. Bailey to Miller who plays him on the on-side. They run two, and a third one.

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    01:13:47:00 / 01:15:27:00
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    1954 extra
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