Guide to the Collections of Marylebone Cricket Club (as filmed by the AJCP)


M2401 - M2412

National Library of Australia View Catalogue Record

Created: 2019

Collection Summary

Marylebone Cricket Club
Collections held by the Marylebone Cricket Club (as filmed by the AJCP)
Date Range
1859 - 1988
Collection Number
M2401 - M2412
125 items
Language of Materials
Australian Joint Copying Project
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Scope and Contents

Archive collection 1859-1955 comprising diaries, notes, lists of matches, cuttings, photographs, correspondence, menus and printed ephemera relating to cricket matches and tours of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and England. There are diaries of George Anderson (1863-64), Edward Grace (1864), Vernon Royle (1878-79) and Reginald Foster (1903-04).

Autograph letter collection 1897-1956, including letters of P.A. McAlister, M.A. Noble, William Ponsford, F.R. Spofforth, G.H. Trott, Hugh Trumble, J.W. Trumble and William Woodfull, many of them written to Ashley-Cooper.

Score books of Australian tours of England and MCC/England tours of Australia and New Zealand between 1882 and 1988.

Conditions Governing Access

Available for Access.

Conditions Governing Use

Readers wishing to publish or reproduce documents should seek permission, in the first instance, from the Marylebone Cricket Club, Lord's Cricket Ground. For more information visit MCC Archive [].

Preferred Citation

Acknowledgement of use of this material should refer to the location of the original material and to the Australian Joint Copying Project.

Items from this collection should include references to the location of the original material and to the AJCP nla.obj number, which serves as the online identifier for the digital copy.

Example: M Series: Journal of Capt. James Cook, 18 February 1770, British Library Add. MS 27885 (AJCP ref:

Archival History

Material selectively filmed at Marylebone Cricket Club, Lord's Cricket Ground, London, as part of the Australian Joint Copying Project, 1988 (AJCP Reels: M2401-M2412). Original microfilm digitised as part of the AJCP Online Delivery Project, 2017-2020.

Existence and Location of Originals

Marylebone Cricket Club, Lord's Cricket Ground, St John's Wood Road, London.

For further information see Marylebone Cricket Club Archives at Lord's Cricket Ground (

Existence and Location of Copies

The original AJCP microfilm of the records filmed from this collection is available at the National Library of Australia [] as well as other institutions holding AJCP microfilm.

Papers relating to the MCC tour of Australia, 1932-1933, 1932-1933 (Mfm G 24784) are held by the National Library Of Australia [].

Finding-aid Notes

This finding aid is a revised online version of the original finding aid prepared by the Australian Joint Copying Project (AJCP), published by the National Library of Australia in 2019. The original AJCP finding aids were unpublished typescripts or photocopies available from libraries that held copies of the original microfilm.

Dates used in this finding aid refer to the date range of the records selected for filming rather than to the date range of the Series or Files.

The identifiers used in this finding aid were accurate at the time of filming.


Anderson, George; Australia; Cooper, Ashley; Cricket; England; Fiji; Foster, Reginald; Grace, Edward M.; MacAlister, Peter A.; Marylebone Cricket Club; New Zealand; Noble, M.A.; Ponsford, William; Royle, Vernon, Reverend; Spofforth, Frederick R.; Trott, G.H.; Trumble, Hugh; Trumble, J.W.; Woodfull, William


Originally cited in Australian Joint Copying Project Handbook. Part 8: Miscellaneous (M) Series. Third Edition, published 1998. Entry 313, pp116-117.

Biographical / Historical

Private cricket club based at Lord's ground in London. Formed in 1787, it soon revised the laws of cricket and it remains responsible for the laws. From the late nineteenth century until 1969 it set up bodies to administer county and Test cricket and also organised major overseas tours by English players.

Item Descriptions

Fonds. Archive Collection, 1859 - 1986

33 items

Archival History

Originally filmed on AJCP Reels M2401-M2403 and reel mfm G 24784.

Series 202. Test Cricket, c.1930

1 item

Filmed selectively.

F.S. Ashley-Cooper Tours 1789-1930, c.1930 (File)

Teams and summary of results. (2 vols. 376 p.)

Series 41. Cricket in Australia, 1952

1 item

Filmed selectively.

Andrew H.M. Maclachlan. I. Zingari (Australia): notes (typescript, 9 p.), 1952 (File)

Includes: 17 June 1952. C.A. Fairland, Hon. Sec. City and Suburban Cricket Association, Sydney to Maclachlan.

Series 42. Cricket in New Zealand, 1859 - 1914

1 item

Filmed selectively.

James A.H. Catton. New Zealand names: notebook with names of cricketers and summary of matches, 1859 - 1914 (File)

(111 p and 100 p.)

Series 49. Cricket in: Miscellaneous, 1907 - 1912

2 items

Filmed selectively.

Subseries. 49: South Seas, 1907 - 1912
2 items
E.J. Marsden. List of matches with scores: Fijians in Australia. (1.p), 1907 - 1908 (File)
Cricket in Fiji: corrected proof of article for P.F. Warner., 1912 (File)

Imperial Cricket 1912. (Printed; expanded version of article). (20p.)

Series 51. Great Britain in Australia, 1861 - 1955

15 items

Filmed selectively.

Articles of agreement between Messrs Spiers and Pons of Melbourne and Messrs Stephenson and others (to tour Australia). (7 p.), 25 September 1861 (File 51/1861)
Newsletter of Australasia: a narrative to send to friends. No 65. Melbourne, The Herald, 24 December 1861 - 26 January 1862 (File 51/1861)

Issue no 65 depicts the arrival of the first England team in Australia, 24 Dec 1861

There are two copies which both have letters written on the backcover.

a)26 Jan 1862 to brother Tom, n.p. describing voyage via Ceylon and arrival in Australia, his plans for return on SS Great Britain; excitement at cricket match, Tom should visit Australia

25 Jan 1862 John Hurst Meredith, Carisbrook, to his brother re. death of James' daughter; Warburton Devereux has gone to New Zealand

Appreciation signed by representatives of cricketers of the Castlemaine District to H.H. Stephenson and the England team. (1 sheet) (File 51/1861)
George Anderson. Diary of a cricket tour to Australia, (67 p.), 14 October 1863 - 5 October 1898 (File 51/1863)

Gives description of journey on SS Great Britain and matches played 14 October 1863 - 10 June 1864. Also includes: 5 October 1898 G.Anderson to R.S.Holmes, letter re the diary.

Edward Mills Grace, 1864 - 22 March 1906 (File 51/1863)

The trip to Australia; scraps from the diary, London, Cox M. Wyman. (20 p. (printed).

Also 3 Jan 1900, 16 Jan 1900, 22 March 1906. E.M.Grace to Rev R.Stratton Holmes letters re the diary.

Articles of agreement between James Lillywhite and James Southerton and others. (4 p), 12 August 1876 (File 51/1876/7)
Rev Vernon Royle, 17 October 1878 - 11 May 1879 (File 51/1878)

Manuscript diary of tour with second MCC touring team to Australia 1878/79. (91 p.)

Covers voyage on SS Australia through Suez canal;details of matches played; home on SS Australia via New Zealand, Sandwich Islands and across America.

Menu for dinner given by Melbourne Cricket Club for England team (faint)., 8 March 1879 (File 51/1879)
Reginald Erskine Foster. Diary, 3 November 1903 - 15 March 1904 (File 51/1903/4)

Kept during MCC tour of Australia. (202 p.)

Includes some photographs and details of matches played.

(M.C.C.) Synopsis of correspondence between MCC and Major Wardill of Melbourne CC, 9 January 1901 - 14 July 1903 (File 51/1903/4)

Regarding first MCC tour of Australia. (8 p.)

Souvenir of the first World's broadcast by the England cricket team from studios of NSW Broadcasting Company Ltd. Sydney, 10 November 1928 - 11 November 1928 (File 51/1928)

Menu card for breakfast, caricatures and signatures of team.

Hon Edward Gerald French. The MCC in Australia, 1932 - 1933 (File 51/1932)

A complete record of that sensational cricket tour 1933. (664 p. typescript).

Includes press cuttings and statistics of test matches.

Sir Alexander Hore Ruthven. Papers relating to the 1932-1933 MCC tour of Australia, 26 January 1933 - 5 February 1934 (File 51/1932/3)

Cables and letters concerning the MCC tour of Australia, the bodyline controversy and the proposed tour of England by Australia; undated notes and press cuttings (62p).

Correspondents include: Sir Walter Young (Adelaide), Lloyd Dumas (The Advertiser, Adelaide), Sir Alexander Hore-Ruthven (London and Adelaide), Sir Leslie Wilson (Brisbane), Leigh Winser (Private Secretary to Sir Alexander Hore-Ruthven, Adelaide), Sir George Murray (Adelaide), Pelham Warner (London) and A.W. Hodgetts (Lichfield, Kensington Park). Sir George Murray to Hore-Ruthven 20 Mar 1933 includes political news and is incomplete.

Greetings telegrams sent to MCC team in 1955 on retaining the Ashes, 1955 (File 51/1954/5)

Telegrams from Australian and New Zealand cricketers and cricket officials and Sir Robert Menzies. (9 telegrams.)

Series 61. Australia in Great Britain, March 1882 - April 1938

10 items

Filmed selectively.

The Australian cricketers account of tour and matches (8 p. printed), 1882 (File 61/6101/1882)
Articles of partnership of the Australian eleven (8 p. photographic copy), 1 March 1882 (File 61/6101/1882)
The fourth Australian team to visit England in 1884: carbon copy of indenture between George Alexander of Melbourne and H.F. Boyle and others (6 p), 6 March 1884 (File 61/6101/1884)
Menu card for dinner at Lords in honour of the Australian team, 22 June 1888 (File 61/6101/1888)
Souvenir of cricket match between Australian eleven and Earl of Sheffield's XI. Sheffield Park. (4 p), 11 May 1896 (File 61/6101/1896)
The Australian team, 1899. Fixture card and signatures of the team. (3p), 10 September 1899 (File 61/6106/1899)
Christ's College menu card. Australians v CUCC, 9 June 1899 (File 61/6101/1899)

With team signatures. (7 p.)

Menu card for dinner given by Sir Thomas Dewar to welcome Australian cricketers at Hotel Cecil with signatures of team. (4p), 3 May 1912 (File 61/6101/1912)
Menu card for dinner for Australian Imperial Force, 1919. (4p), 15 September 1919 (File 61/6101/1919)
Menu card for luncheon given for Australian team at British Sportmans Club. (4p), 25 April 1938 (File 61/6101/1938)

Series 651. India in Australia, 1947 - 1948

1 item

Filmed selectively.

Autographs of the Indian team in Australia (1p), 1947 - 1948 (File 651/1947)

Series. Miscellaneous, 1882 - July 1986

2 items

Filmed selectively.

Sir Donald Bradman (Kensington Park) to G.H. Doggart, Chairman Bicentenary Committee, 3 July 1986 (File)

Declining to speak at eve of Bicentenary match dinner at Guildhall.

Ivo Bligh (Australian Club) to Miss Fletcher, n.d. Friday [1882/3] (File)

Thanking her for gift of 'The Ashes'.

Fonds. Autograph Letter Collection, 1882 - 1956

60 items

Archival History

Originally filmed on AJCP Reel M2403.

A.A. Ambridge (New Plymouth, New Zealand) to F.S. Ashley-Cooper, 30 March 1935 (File)

Re state of cricket in New Zealand.

R.G.Barlow (Blackpool) to Ashley-Cooper, 2 November 1899 - 24 April 1911 (File)

Re his performance against Australia in 1882 and George Giffens' reminiscences.

George Barbour, Toowoomba Grammar School, 12 February 1923 (File)

Re his son 'Dr EP… the best bat in Australia'

Christmas card from Percy Bowden (Sydney), n.d. (File)

Charles Beal (Liverpool) to Henry Perkins, 30 September 1882 (File)

With the thanks of the Australian team for his acts of kindness during the tour.

Charles W Butler (Hobart) to Messrs John Wisden and Co, 27 August 1928 (File)

Re death of Edward Henry Butler; Cricket careers of EH and CW Butler.

E. Carrott (Melbourne) to Editor, Wisden, 25 January 1922 (File)

Correcting his date of birth to 16 January 1885.

Helen Cooper (Chatswood, NSW) to Ashley-Cooper, 8 July 1921 (File)

Sending photo of her husband B.B. Cooper.

W. Findlay (Oval) to J.N. Crawford (Eastbourne), 6 August 1909 - 7 August 1909 (File)

Re Crawford's decision not to play against Australians and reply. (copy).

C. Eady (Hobart) to [Unknown], 27 October 1905 (File)

With details of his career.

Brigadier-General C.S Gordon-Stewart, Weymouth to Ashley-Cooper, 21 August 1928 (File)

Re his enlistment in 14th Foot in Melbourne in 1868 and cricket career.

Questions and answers by W.G. Grace, 1884 (File a))

Including his opinion of Australian cricketers. (6 p.)

Cricket and cricketers: An interview with Dr W.G. Grace. Pall Mall Gazette vol 6105. (Typed copy. 2 p), 3 October 1884 (File b))

Roger Hartigan (Brisbane) to [Unknown], 19 February 1909 (File)

With details of his career in NSW and Queensland.

E.D. Heather (Melbourne) to [Unknown], 2 October 1911 (File)

With press cuttings on his retirement as Secretary to Victorian Cricket Association.

Harry Hedley (Melbourne) to Pardon (editor of Wisden), 17 August 1904 (File)

Sending details of a new record (not in file).

T. Horan (Melbourne) to Ashley-Cooper, 11 March 1909 - 12 August 1914 (File)

11 March 1909,17 March 1909,24 March 1909, 12 August 1914.

With information of various Australian cricketers, including death of B.B. Cooper.

Frank A. Iredale (Sydney) to Ashley-Cooper, 14 February 1916 (File)

Re problems of playing cricket during the War.

Samuel B. Jones (Auckland) to B.H. Kent, 27 May 1947 (File)

Recalling England v Australia 1882.

H. Lang (London) to (Ashley-Cooper), 3 August (no year) (File)

Re his coverage of Anglo-Australian matches.

Frank Laver (Melbourne) to Ashley-Cooper, 15 March 1910 - 3 September 1913 (File)

15 March 1910, 26 Dec 1912, 3 September 1913 (postcard)

Re cricket season in Australia and trip to Queensland and Cannibal Island, match against the natives of Kwato.

James Lillywhite (Chichester) to Ashley-Cooper, 15 April 1909 (File)

Re possible score of a match at Sydney when he stood umpire.

P.A. McAlister (Williamstown) to Ashley-Cooper, 10 December 1912 (File)

Sending pamphlets.

P.A. McAlister (Williamstown) to Ashley-Cooper, 22 September 1919 (File)

News of Australian cricketers and prospects for coming season.

P.A. McAlister (Williamstown) to Ashley-Cooper, 6 January 1921 (File)

Re his decision not to go after the Managership, comments on England/Australia tests, his performance this season.

P.A. McAlister (Williamstown) to Ashley-Cooper, 28 December 1921 (File)

News of interstate game with NSW.

P.A. McAlister (Williamstown) to Ashley-Cooper, 6 February 1923 (File)

Re illness of father, news of Sheffield Shield matches, cricketers he is watching - Woodfull, Ponsford

P.A. McAlister (Hawthorn) to Ashley-Cooper, 9 January 1925 (File)

Describing Australia's victory in 2nd test. 1924-1925.

Edgar Mayne (Adelaide) to Ashley-Cooper, 25 February 1909 (File)

Re his performance in Rest of Australia v Australian Eleven, details of his career.

John Massie (Narrabeen) to Robert Breyfogle and A. Chaplin Snowden, 8 September 1956 - 30 October 1956 (File)

Re incident in 1882 test when W.G.Grace removed the bails of Samuel P. Jones.

M.A. Noble (Sydney) to Ashley-Cooper that received his letter (File)

Portion of undated letter from M.A. Noble.

M.A. Noble (Sydney) to Mr Jones, 29 July 1929 (File)

Returning his autograph book.

M.A. Noble (Sydney) to Ronald Lampson, 10 August 1938 (File)

On relative merits Bradman and Trumper. (Copy)

W. Pocock, (Heidelberg, Victoria) to Ashley-Cooper, 4 April 1921 (File)

Re touring side, does not think much of England's chances. (postmark)

William Ponsford (Melbourne) to Ashley-Cooper, 18 June 1923 (File)

Giving biographical details.

Ranjitsinhji (Melbourne) to Edith (Barissons?), 24 January 1897 (File)

Re hostile reception accorded the team by the Australian crowds, his opinion of Australia. (Copy)

David Scott (Melbourne) to Ashley-Cooper, 19 May 1908 (File)

Offering to write for the Cricketer

Philip Sheridan (?, Darlinghurst), 4 May 1909 (File)

Re Japanese cricket team, hopes his side will pull together, Sir Harry Rawson has left for home.

F.R. Spofforth (Walton on Thames) to Ashley-Cooper, 1 October 1916 (File)

Thanking him for book on E.M. Grace.

F.R. Spofforth (London) to Ashley-Cooper, 29 January 1919 (File)

Re present state of the game, both his sons survived the War.

H.P. Thomas (London) to Ashley-Cooper, 17 August 1927 (File)

His opinion of the New Zealand team.

F.C. Toone (Ballarat) to Ashley-Cooper, 7 January 1921 (File)

That the tour is going well financially.

G.H. Trott (Albert Park, Victoria) to Ashley-Cooper, 16 August 1910 (File)

That his collection of cricket books was stolen in 1898 - 1899.

G.H. Trott (Albert Park, Victoria) to Ashley-Cooper, 4 August 1914 (File)

Re death of Albert (Trott)

Hugh Trumble (Melbourne Cricket Club) to Ashley-Cooper, 27 April 1921 (File)

Re history of the club

Hugh Trumble to Ashley-Cooper, 23 November 1922 (File)

Re statistics

Hugh Trumble to Ashley-Cooper, 13 June 1923 (File)

Re library of Alf Taylor

J.W. Trumble (Melbourne) to Ashley-Cooper, 5 January 1928 (File)

Re current state of the game and calling for a return to 'natural wickets'

J.W. Trumble (London) to Ashley-Cooper, 26 August 1928 (File)

Enclosing Stead's Review 1 March 1928 p.14 - 16. Harry Boyle and inside story of a great test match.

J.W. Trumble (London) to Ashley-Cooper, 29 August 1928 (File)

Quoting letter from Spofforth re Australia's win over England, 1882.

J.W. Trumble (Melbourne) to Ashley-Cooper, 29 November 1928 (File)

Re problem wickets.

J.W. Trumble File, 27 February 1929 - 9 April 1930 (File)

J.W. Trumble, Melbourne to Ashley-Cooper 27 February 1929, 19 March 1929, 24 April 1929, 31 May 1929, 13 March 1930 SS Maloja 23 March 1930 (Cannes), 9 April 1930 (London).

Subjects include: different types of wickets, Larwood, talks with Lord Hawke on board SS Maloja Bradmans prospects, abilities of other Australian cricketers. (6 letters)

J.W. Trumble (Melbourne) to Edward Lyttleton, 16 January 1935 (File)

Re state of game and Larwood's bowling.

J.W. Trumble (Melbourne) to Edward Lyttleton, 15 October 1940 (File)

Re Spofforths improper tactics.

J.W. Trumble (Melbourne) to Edward Lyttleton, 12 March 1941 (File)

Re Spofforth, the recent season.

J.W. Trumble (Melbourne) to Edward Lyttleton, 30 September 1941 (File)

Re Bradman's prospects, Australia's War effort.

'The World's best bowler' F.R. Spofforth by J.W. Trumble. The Australian, 30 December 1939 (File)

W.A. West (Northampton) to Ashley-Cooper, 29 March 1925 (File)

Re umpiring in test matches against Australia, stories of W.G. Grace.

Alfred Williams (Sydney) to Pardon (Editor of Wisden), 21 September 1922 (File)

Re death of S.M. Tindall, Sec. Melbourne Cricket Club.

William M. Woodfull (Melbourne) to Ashley-Cooper, 18 June 1923 (File)

Sending biographical details.

Fonds. Scorebook Collection, 1882 - 1988

32 items

Filmed selectively

Archival History

Originally filmed on AJCP Reels M2404-M2412.

Series A. Australian Tours of England, March 1882 - December 1882

1 items
Scorebook of 1882 Australian tour of England, 3 March 1882 - 8 December 1882 (File 1)

Includes: matches against Oxford University, Sussex, Orleans Club, Lancashire, Gentlemen of England, Middlesex, M.C.C., Yorkshire, Players of England, I Zingari, New York, Philadelphia etc.

Includes: England v Australia, 3-7 March 1882 at Melbourne Cricket Ground and Australia v 15 South Australia, 8 December 1882.

(Some very faint pencil, 188p.).

Series B. MCC/England Tours of Australia and New Zealand, November 1903 - March 1988

31 items
Match Details, 7 November 1903 - 15 March 1904 (File 1)

Includes details of Test matches and matches against South Australia, Victoria, NSW, Hunter River, Bendigo, Tasmania etc.

(Some in pencil, faint, 82p).

Match Details, 21 October 1911 - 1 March 1912 (File 2)

21 Oct 1911 - 20 Jan 1912 and 23 Jan - 1 March 1912. Includes names of team members and details of test matches and matches against Colombo, South Australia, Victoria, NSW, Bendigo, Geelong, Tasmania etc. (52 and 25p)

Match Details, 11 October 1920 - 11 March 1921 (File 3)

Includes signatures of Australians, and details of Test matches, and matches against Colombo, West Australia, Victoria, NSW, Queensland, Toowoomba, Ballarat, Hamilton, South Australia etc.


Match Details, 3 November 1922 - 17 March 1923 (File 4)

Includes details of New Zealand Test Matches and matches against Western Australia, South Australia, Auckland, Wanganui, Christchurch, Wellington, NSW, South Australia etc.


Match Details, 18 October 1924 - 14 March 1925 (File 5)

Includes details of Test matches and matches against Western Australia, Goldfields, Victoria, Queensland, Toowoomba, Ballarat, Tasmania, etc.

(pencil, faint. 182p).

Match Details, 4 October 1924 - 16 March 1925 (File 6)

Includes tour batting and bowling analysis and details of Test matches and matches against Ceylon, Western Australia, Goldfields, South Australia, Victoria, Ballarat etc.


Match Details, 16 November 1928 - 1 March 1929 (File 7)

Includes details of Test matches and matches against Geelong, Bendigo, Launceston, South Australia etc.


Match Details, 8 October 1932 - 3 April 1933 (File 8)

Includes tour batting and bowling analysis, analysis of matches and details of Test matches and matches against Ceylon, Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria, Southern Districts, Tasmania, Ballarat, Wellington, New Zealand etc.


Match Details, 31 October 1935 - 12 February 1936 (File 8a)


Match Details, 16 October 1936 - 9 January 1937 (File 9)

Includes details of Test matches and matches against West Australia, Country XI, Victoria, Launceston etc.

(Some pencil, faint. 147p).

Match Details, 11 January 1937 - 3 April 1937 (File 10)

Includes details of Test matches and matches against Launceston, Tasmania, Geelong, NSW Country XI, New Zealand, Auckland etc.

(some pencil, faint. 126p).

Match Details, 3 October 1936 - 3 April 1937 (File 10a)


Match Details, 2 October 1946 - 4 January 1947 (File 11)

Includes details of Test matches and matches against West Australia, Combined Country Team, South Australia, Victoria, Queensland, Bendigo etc.

(Some pencil, faint. 167p).

Match Details, 4 January 1947 - 5 March 1947 (File 12)

Includes details of Test matches and matches against South Australia, Ballarat, NSW etc.

(Some pencil, faint. 114p).

Match Details, 2 October 1946 - 5 March 1947 (File 13)

Includes tour batting and bowling analysis and details of Test matches and matches against Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria, NSW, Bendigo, Tasmania etc.


Match Details, 1 October 1950 - 28 March 1951 (File 14)

Includes statistics of the tour, batting and bowling analysis and details of Test matches and matches against Ceylon, Western Australia Country Team, South Australia, NSW, Tasmania, Auckland, Otago etc.


Match Details, 1 October 1950 - 28 February 1951 (File 14a)


Match Details, 30 September 1954 - 28 March 1955 (File 15)

Includes details of Test matches and matches against Ceylon, Country Districts of W.A., South Australia, NSW, Queensland Country, Tasmania, Canterbury, Wellington etc.


Match Details, 5 October 1958 - 18 March 1959 (File 16)

Includes details of Test matches and matches against Western Australia, South Australia, NSW, Tasmania, Otago, Wellington etc.

At back: playing conditions for 1958/59 tour.


Match Details, 3 October 1962 - 27 February 1963 (File 17)

Includes batting and bowling analysis and details of Test matches and matches against Ceylon, South Australia, NSW, Victoria, Prime Minister's XI [Menzies], New Zealand.


Match Details, 18 October 1965 - 19 March 1966 (File 18)

Includes details of Test matches and matches against Ceylon, West Australia CountryXI, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, President's XI, Hong Kong Colony XI etc.


Match Details, 28 October 1970 - 8 March 1971 (File 19)

Includes batting and bowling analysis and details of Test matches and matches against South Australian Country XI, NSW, Western Australia, Otago, New Zealand etc.


Match Details, 30 October 1974 - 8 March 1975 (File 20)

Includes details of Test matches and matches against South Australian Country XI, Victoria, NSW, Queensland, Western Australia, Wellington, New Zealand etc.


Centenary Test Match, Melbourne. (16p), 12 March 1977 - 17 March 1977 (File 21)
Match Details, 30 November 1977 - 10 March 1978 (File 22)
1 item
Match Details, 27 January 1978 - 10 March 1978 (Item 22)

Includes details of New Zealand Test matches and matches against Auckland, Canterbury, Otago etc.

[1st part of tour was to Pakistan].


Match Details, 1 November 1978 - 14 February 1979 (File 23)

Includes details of Test matches and matches against South Australian Country XI, Victoria, Queensland, Benson and Hedges Cup, Tasmania etc.


Match Details, 12 November 1979 - 19 February 1980 (File 24)

Includes details of Test matches and matches against Queensland, Combined Universities, Tasmania, NSW etc.


Details of England v India at Bombay was not filmed by the AJCP.

Match Details, 22 October 1982 - 26 February 1983 (File 25)

Includes details of Test matches and matches against Queensland, South Australia, Victoria, Tasmania, One Day matches v Australia and New Zealand, in Australia and New Zealand.


Match Details, 7 November 1984 - 26 March 1985 (File 26)
1 item
Match Details, 17 February 1985 - 24 March 1985 (Item 26)

Includes details of matches against Australia, Victoria, India (at Sydney), NSW, Pakistan (at MCG), Australia (at Sharjah).


[1st part of tour was to India].

Match Details, 18 October 1986 - 11 February 1987 (File 27)

Includes details of Test matches, Benson and Hedges Cup and matches against Queensland Country XI, South Australia, Victoria etc.


Match Details, 14 November 1987 - 19 March 1988 (File 28)
1 item
Match Details, 18 January 1988 - 19 March 1988 (Item 28)

Includes details of New Zealand Test Matches, and matches against Wellington, Northern Districts, Australia (Bicentenary Test at Sydney), President's XI, One Day International etc.

[1st part of was to Pakistan].