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Cricket In The '60s - Winds Of Change




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The 1960s began with what has been regarded as the ‘Greatest Test Series Ever Played’, Australia v West Indies 1960/61, then all the drama of the 1961 Tour of England, with the ‘Battle of The Ridge’ and the dramatic final day at Old Trafford.The game’s most contentious issue, illegal bowling actions, reached its climax with the ‘no balling’ of Ian Meckiff by Umpire Colin Egar in December 1963.

The 1960s saw a shift in the axis of power in world cricket. For the first time in the space of a few years, the traditional powerhouses of the game, Australia & England were both defeated by the West Indies and South Africa. The tragedy of the ‘D’Oliveira Affair’ and world opposition to the policy of apartheid would see South Africa banished from the world stage for nearly a quarter of a century.Extras 1st Test Brisbane (Nov 30th – Dec 5th 1962)2nd Test Melbourne (Dec 29th – Jan 3rd 1963)3rd Test Sydney (Jan 11th – 15th 1963)4th Test Adelaide (Jan 25th – 30th 1963)5th Test Sydney (Feb 15th – 20th 1963)
Release date NZ
December 21st, 2006
Aspect Ratio
  • 1.33 : 1
Supported Audio
  • Dolby Digital Surround 5.1
  • Sport
Movie Format
  • DVD
DVD Region
  • Region 4
  • Standard Edition
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