Early life of Keith Miller
This article chronicles the life of Keith Miller, an Australian Test cricketer and Australian rules footballer, from his birth on 28 November 1919 until 20 August 1940, when he left civilian life and ...
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Keith Miller in the 1946–47 Australian cricket season
During the 1946–47 Australian cricket season, all rounder Keith Miller represented Victoria and Australia. A 27-year-old right-handed batsman and fast bowler, Miller played in all five Tests against E...
Keith Miller in the 1946–47 Australian cricket season - Wikipedia