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- Nip Pellew — one of the greatest fielders of all time
- Nip Pellew, born September 21, 1893, was a member of Warwick Armstrong's splendid Australian team of 1921 and one of the best outfielders the game has seen. Arunabha Sengupta looks back at the life and career of the man who is considered greatest ...
- Cuts and Glances: Adelaide electric choice for first night Test match
- One star player, Gil Langley, went on to represent Australia after the war, while a previous Test cricketer, 'Nip' Pellew, was a senior administrator.
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- England did not stand a chance against Warwick Armstrong's men: with three world-class all-rounders (Jack Gregory, Charles Kelleway, and Armstrong himself), backed by Herbie Collins, Charlie Macartney, Nip Pellew, Warren Bardsley, and Arthur Mailey, ...
- History of Ashes: How the urn changed hands, Part 2 of 4, of Bradman and Bodyline
- In addition, there were Herbie Collins (557 runs at 62); Nip Pellew (319 at 54); Charlie Macartney (260 at 87); and Arthur Mailey (36 wickets at 26). England had no chance. 1926: Hobbs and Sutcliffe at The Oval.
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