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Description Bert Oldfield is struck in the head by a delivery from English fast bowler Harold Larwood in the 3rd Bodyline Test match in Adelaide, Australia, 1933. Oldfield sustained a fractured skull and concussion in this incident, which almost led to rioting by the Australian crowd however Oldfield admitted that this was his fault as the injury was caused by the ball deflecting off the bat into his head.
Date Copyright expired on 31 December, 1983. Originally uploaded 2004-06-26.
Source Originally from en.wikipedia; description page is/was here.
Author Original uploader was Dmmaus at en.wikipedia
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