Cinesound Review item - Australian narrator.
Players mentioned include, Canny / Cammie Smith (?), Davidson, Canhai, Richie Benaud, Lashley, Soloman, Martin, Gibbs, Warren Saunders, Hall, O'Neill, Neil Harvey, all names to be checked.
Old record read as follows:
New South Wales wins cricket test match against West Indies in Sydney.
High angle shot of the ground with play in progress during the cricket test match between New South Wales and West Indies. LS. Davidson's first over, and West Indies cricketer Cammie Smith is out for a duck. Overhead shot, people seated on ground, watching. LS. Davidson bowls to Rohan Kanhai, pan as Richie Benaud chases the ball. MS. Davidson bowling to Kanhai again, his bat just touches it and is caught. MS. Crowd. MS. & LS. Borke bowls at the other end to Lashley, and it just takes the bails. The West Indies are 5 for 16. GV. Crowd. LS. Left hander Martin bowls to Gibbs, who makes two runs. LS. Richie Benaud to West Indies captain. Worrell, pan as ball is slammed straight to the fence. CU. & SV. Man looking through binoculars. LS. Wesley Hall as he hits the ball, pan with ball which looks a certain but Roke just reaches it in time. LS. Martin to Hall, Hall is caught out. LS. Martin to Sonny Ramadhin, and makes a four, pan to Missen running after ball, but to no avail. GV. Crowd. West Indies all out for lll. LS. Hall bowling to Saunders. CU. Crowd. LS. Neil Harvey faces Dewdney, he hits the ball, pan with it as it goes straight to the fence. LS. Hall to Saunders who hits the ball, pan with it for another four. LS. Hall to Harvey, but it is a no ball - worth four to Harvey. Fielder running after ball. LS. Bowler bowls to Harvey and it hits him in the shoulder. CU. Man with binoculars. LS. Ramadhin bowling to O'Neill, who has now joined Harvey. NSW 2 for 185. GV. Crowd. LS. Gary Sobers to O'Neill who hits it. LS. Hall to Harvey who hits the ball but Hall stumps him. LS. Teams on the field. LS. O'Neill hits the ball but is nearly caught. CU. Two men watching. LS. Hall bowling to O'Neill who goes to run but changes his mind. MS. Side face, man watching play. LS. O'Neill makes one more run and scores his century. NSW declare at 6 for 429 and eventually win outright. GV. Ground with match in progress.
Date found in the old record - 12/12/1960.