Ashes Glory: Allan Border's Own Story
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Ashes Glory: Allan Border's Own Story

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Hardcover, 159 pages
Published 1989 by Swan Publishing
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Marco
Mar 19, 2011 Marco rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Cricket Fans
the insights into the 1989 Australian cricket team sent to England to play the for the Ashes. The English press dubbed them one of the worst teams to leave Australian shores, only for that side to cause England to pick 29 men to play in the series, none of which won a match as the Australians won the series 4-0 and began a dominance of Anglo-Australian cricket that lasted until the famous 2005 series.

Written in team Captain Allan Border's own words, he explains just what happened as they stuck i...more
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