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Australian cricket team in England in 1989

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Australian cricket team in England in 1989

The Australian cricket team toured England in the 1989 season to play a six-match Test series against England. The tour also included matches in Wales, Scotland, the Netherlands and Denmark.

Australia won the series 4-0 with two matches drawn. Australia therefore regained The Ashes.


  • Touring party 1
  • Test series summary 2
  • ODI series summary 3
  • Other matches 4
  • Annual reviews 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Touring party

Test series summary

ODI series summary

  • 1st ODI: England v Australia at Manchester, 25 May 1989
  • 2nd ODI: England v Australia at Nottingham, 27 May 1989
  • 3rd ODI: England v Australia at Lord's, 29 May 1989

The coach driver for the touring Australian cricket team in 1989 was Austin Grundy. The Australian scorer was Mike Walsh.

Other matches

  • Australians v League Cricket Conference XI at Dartmouth, 5 May 1989
  • Australians v Duchess of Norfolk's XI at Arundel, 7 May 1989
  • Sussex v Australians at Hove, 9 May 1989
  • Marylebone Cricket Club v Australians at Lord's, 11 May 1989
  • Worcestershire v Australians at Worcester, 13–14 May 1989
  • Somerset v Australians at Taunton, 17–19 May 1989
  • Middlesex v Australians at Lord's, 20–22 May 1989
  • Yorkshire v Australians at Leeds, 23 May 1989
  • Warwickshire v Australians at Birmingham, 31 May-2 Jun 1989
  • Derbyshire v Australians at Derby, 3-5 Jun 1989
  • Lancashire v Australians at Manchester, 14-16 Jun 1989
  • Northamptonshire v Australians at Northampton, 17-19 Jun 1989
  • Australians v Oxford and Cambridge Universities at The Parks, 28 Jun 1989
  • Glamorgan v Australians at Neath, 1-3 Jul 1989
  • Australians v Scotland at Glasgow, 15 Jul 1989
  • Australians v Minor Counties at Trowbridge, 17 Jul 1989
  • Hampshire v Australians at Southampton, 19-21 Jul 1989
  • Gloucestershire v Australians at Bristol, 22-23 Jul 1989
  • Nottinghamshire v Australians at Nottingham, 2-4 Aug 1989
  • Leicestershire v Australians at Leicester, 5-7 Aug 1989
  • Kent v Australians at Canterbury, 16-18 Aug 1989
  • Essex v Australians at Chelmsford, 19-21 Aug 1989
  • Australians v The Netherlands at The Hague, 2 Sep 1989
  • Australians v The Netherlands at The Hague, 3 Sep 1989
  • Australians v Denmark at Bronsby Stadium, 5 Sep 1989
  • Australians v Denmark at Slagelse Stadium, 6 Sep 1989

Annual reviews


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External links

  • CricketArchive – tour itineraries
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