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TitlePolice take a hand in the Test Match.
Year1948.
SourceDon Bradman scrapbooks, vol. 44, 1948, p. 129.
SummaryThree newspaper articles, source unknown. One is on the third day's play in the first Test Match, Australia v. England, played in Nottingham on 10, 11, 12, 14 and 15 June 1948, in which the Australian bowler, Keith Miller was booed by the crowd for bowling 'bumpers' and was escorted from the field by policemen at the end of the days' play. The other articles are on England's 'hopeless' position in the game, and a brief article on Australian bowler, Ray Lindwall, who injured himself during the game.
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