In the post Bradman era of the 1950s, Neil Harvey was ranked as the top Australian batsmen for a long sustained period and was probably its best ever left handed batsman.
Impeccable footwork unfailing judgment and attacking cricket were his hallmark. Neil Harvey was an electrifying batsman who thrilled spectators with the splendour of his strokeplay.
Neil Harvey speaks exclusively to CricketCrowd.com in this multi-segmented interview that will be rolled out over the next few months.
1. Neil Harvey – A profile
2. The Beginnings
3. 1948 and the Invincibles
4. Sacking of an Aussie Captain
5. Winning boundary cost the Don his average of 100
6. Pick of the Best Sledging and Other Controversies
7. Durban Sticky and the Great Escape
8. Anecdotes and Other Musings
Matches Tagged in ClipDex1961 ENG v AUS 2nd Test 1956 ENG v AUS 4th Test 1949/50 SAF v AUS 1949/50 SAF v AUS 1948 ENG v AUS 4th Test 1949/50 SAF v AUS 1949/50 SAF v AUS 1960/61 AUS v WIN 1st Tes ... 1949/50 SAF v AUS 1947/48 AUS v IND 1947/48 AUS v IND
Series Tagged in ClipDex1960/61 AUS v WIN 1948 Ashes ENG v AUS Invi ... 1961 Ashes ENG v AUS 1947/48 AUS v IND 1956 Ashes ENG v AUS 1949/50 SAF v AUS
Players Tagged in ClipDexLoxton, Samuel J E Benaud, Richie Harvey, R Neil Laker, James C Bradman, Donald G Hall, Wesley W
Grounds Tagged in ClipDexAdelaide Oval MCG Headingley Ellis Park Newlands Kingsmead Ellis Park St George's Park Old Trafford Gabba
Categories Tagged in ClipDexCricketCrowd Specials