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Barry Andrews

Barry Andrews (1943–87) was a cricketer; a teacher, and a scholar at the Australian Defence Force Academy in Canberra; and a co-author of The Oxford Companion to Australian Literature.

Barry Andrews reviews 'Greg Matthews: The Spirit of Modern Cricket' by Roland Fishman

February–March 1987, no. 88 01 February 1987
I write this review the day after the Fifth Test. Australia has finally won one. I personally wouldn’t give two squirts of goat shit for the Australian selectors but this time they can tell us what to do with our cricket bats. Peter Taylor has taken six for and two for, batted with determination, and won the man of the match. (A shocking decision, by the way. It was Jones, then daylight, then Ta ... (read more)