Gideon Haigh in The Australian, 26 November 2015, where the title is “The Night when Cricket left the Dark Ages”
“It was in Barbados.”
“No it was Trinidad.”
“It was Antigua, wasn’t it?”
“Are you sure?”
“Well, your memory’s better than mine.”
Lunch was into its third hour, and the memories were coming thick and fast. The Aussies made this many. So-and-so made that many. Thommo was this quick. Dennis was this good. Among a bunch of journos at a restaurant table in Adelaide, Ian and Greg Chappell, Barry Richards and Len Pascoe were rolling back the years on the subject of Kerry Packer’s World Series Cricket, suddenly apropos again on the eve of the inaugural night Test match. Read the rest of this entry ?