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Detail Of The Fifth Test At The Scg, England's Fast Bowler Harold Larwood Distinguished Himself As A Batsman Of Repute, With His Test High Score Of 98no. Sunday Sun And Guardian, 26 February 1933.

1932/1933

Sydney Cricket & Sports Grounds

Sydney Cricket & Sports Grounds
Moore Park, Australia

Stan McCabe conquered England’s bodyline bowlers with an innings of 187 no, arguably the greatest Test innings played at the SCG. McCabe’s century was scored in 242 minutes from 233 balls and hit 25 fours - 15 coming from hooks or pulls. Harold Larwood (10-124 in the match) and Bill Voce (6-164) eventually spearheaded a 10 wicket England victory.

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  • Title: Detail Of The Fifth Test At The Scg, England's Fast Bowler Harold Larwood Distinguished Himself As A Batsman Of Repute, With His Test High Score Of 98no. Sunday Sun And Guardian, 26 February 1933.
  • Date Created: 1932/1933
  • Publisher: SCG Museum

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