One of Australia's cricket legends, "the Big Ship" dominated Victorian cricket through the first two decades of the 20th century. A hard-hitting batsman, accurate leg-break and top-spin bowler and brilliant slips fieldsman, his stubborn, abrasive and outspoken nature had him in regular conflict with officials, but the crowds loved him. Read More...
Some excellent biographical information is available on the Melbourne Cricket Club site, where "For Club and Country" by Ken Williams can be viewed free online.
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