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The Australian cricket team that played South Africa in the 4th test at the MCG 17-20 February 1911; incorrectly described previously as The Australian cricket team that played England in the 1911-12 tour. Gehr did not play in 1911-12 v England; the 4th test v South Africa was his last. Matthews is pictured as he was 12th man for this test, and made his debut v England in the 1911-12 series.
Top: Horden, Kelleway, Gehrs, Ransford, Matthews
Centre: Armstrong, Cotter, Hill (c) Trumper, Whitty
Front: Carter, Bardsley

Date 1911
Source The Pictorial History of Australian Cricket by Jack Pollard
Author Unknown
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