England lose 6 players for only 142 on the first day of the Fourth Test Match
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Headingley Cricket Ground, Leeds, England.
GV. Australians in centre of field just before start of Fourth cricket Test Match England v Australia at the Headingley Cricket Ground Leeds (1st 7 ft super title). SV. Len Hutton and Bill Edrich walking out of Pavilion for England's First innings. LV. Mass crowd of thirty thousand GV. Ray Lindwall bowls to Hutton. Hutton makes stroke. CU. Hutton at wicket (library). LV. Lindwall bowling to Hutton. CU. Australian Graham Hole fielding. GV. Hutton out, starts to walk back to pavilion. Side view, mass crowd. LV. Lindwall bowling to T. G. Edrich. CU. Edrich batting, he hits. SV. Ball being fielded and returned. CU. Lindwall bowling. SV. Tom Graveney hits, zoom, pan to Boundary. CU. Edrich at wicket. LV. Edrich out. BV. Keith Miller applauds with excitement as Edrich walks away. GV. Crowd. SV. Zoom, Denis Compton as he makes stroke. He is caught off screen, zoom back as he walks to Pavilion. SV. Scoreboard 3 for 36. SV. Richie Benaud to Willie Watson, he scores round the leg. They run a single. GV. Play. CU. Graveney at wicket. SV. Graveney hits. Bowler leaps, pan to fielder picking ball up. CU. Graveney at wicket. SV. Lindwall bowling. Graveney gets, his 50 as they start to run a two. LV. Crowd. SV. Graveney finished run and acknowledges cheers. SV. Scoreboard 92 for 3. SV. Graveney walking back to Pavilion. SV. Aussies waiting on field. CU. Reg Simpson, England, and
Notts at wicket. SV. Ray Lindwall bowling. SV. Simpson walking back to pavilion. SV. Crowd. SV. Aussies round Watson. Watson starts to walk back carrying pad. SV. Crowd. SV. Godfrey Evans of Kent and England at wicket, he hits ball, sends Trevor Bailey back. Pan up to Bailey running back to wicket, he dives but is run out. Pan with Bailey as he hobbles back to the Pavilion having injured his knee.
Test Match Programmes with full team lists amongst paperwork.
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