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Scott Boland finds place at MCG’s Honour Board

Scott Boland destroys England in four over as Australia wins Ashes

CRICDOT DESK : Scott Boland, an Australian pace bowler, joined the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) Honorary Committee on Wednesday and found a spot among the best elite cricket players on the Boxing Day test.

MCG posted and tweeted a photo of Borland’s name on the Honor Roll on Wednesday. @ sboland24 will be an MCG Honor Board. The 68 collapse was England’s lowest inning score in Australia since 1904.

Borland’s 6/7 number is the highest by MCG debuters in 144 and is the only player to have more wickets recorded July 55, 1877-Australia wins in oval 5 Years ago, the ashes were brought to life.

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Borland is the second indigenous male player to wear the game player Buggy Green, after pace bowler Jason Gillespie, who completed 71 tests between 1996 and 2006.

In 2018, Borland collaborated with Aboriginal XI to tour England to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the 1868 Aboriginal Cricket Tour. According to, the 32-year-old learned that he was an Aboriginal in his mid-twenties when his family learned that his grandfather was a descendant of the Grigian people. ..

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