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View Poll Results: # 4 for the 1877-1940 Test XI

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  • Wally Hammond

    20 66.67%
  • George Headley

    8 26.67%
  • Stan McCabe

    1 3.33%
  • Ranji

    0 0%
  • Stanley Jackson

    0 0%
  • Clem Hill

    1 3.33%
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    Wally Hammond. The only other serious contewnder is George Headley and he was as good a batsman as any in the world in his time. The fact that Hammond played for so many more games than the magnificient 'Black Bradman' tilted the scales slightly in Hammonds favour for me.

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    Wally Hammond.

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