Ames, Leslie E G
1933 4th Test: England capture Ashes (Gabba)
1936 4th Test: Bradman double hundred levels series (Adelaide)
1936 1st Test: Gubby Allen leads win over Aussies (Gabba)
1937: Moloney saves New Zealand (Lords)
1936: Hammond and team head for Australia
1937: Hutton scores his first ton, against New Zealand (Old Trafford)
1937 5th Test: Bradman wins Ashes 3-2 (MCG)
1936 2nd Test: Hammond shines as England win (SCG)
1932: England overcome India in their first ever Test (Lords)
1930: Bradman's wonderful triple ton (Leeds)
The Timeless Test (Durban, 1939)
First ever Indian Test in England (1932)
Dala, C Junior
Pope, Oliver J D
Aponso, M Amila
Thomson, Jeffrey R
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