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1989 English cricket season

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1989 English cricket season

The 1989 English cricket season saw the re-emergence of Australia as a world-class team after it had struggled for most of the previous 12 years. Under the leadership of Steve Waugh, Mark Taylor, Ian Healy, David Boon and Merv Hughes. Australia won back the Ashes against a very disappointing England.


  • Honours 1
  • Test series 2
  • Leading batsmen 3
  • Leading bowlers 4
  • External sources 5
  • Annual reviews 6


Test series

Leading batsmen

Leading bowlers

External sources

  • CricketArchive – season and tournament itineraries

Annual reviews

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