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Home » Cricket Players Profile » Australia» Keith Miller

Keith Miller

Full name Keith Ross Miller
Born November 28, 1919, Sunshine, Melbourne, Victoria
Died October 11, 2004, Mornington Peninsula, Melbourne, Victoria
Major teams Australia, New South Wales, Nottinghamshire, Victoria
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast

After having served the country as a warrior pilot in the Second World War, Keith Miller gifted the world of cricket with some brilliant performances. He was always more than a cricketer, he was a true sportsman, and his experiences of the war influenced his game as well. He would often get disinterested and even threw his wicket away, causing a rift with his captain Sir Donald Bradman. He played cricket while the war was on against the RAF and British Troops. He was also a member of the Australian Services XI "Victory Test" team in 1945 that re-established the international game after its wartime suspension. Miller was selected in the Australian Test side against New Zealand in 1945-46. He soon established himself as a good all rounder. He represented Australia on 55 occasions scoring 2,958 runs at an average of 36.97, and taking 170 wickets for an average of 22.97 runs. Post cricket, Miller took to journalism and commentary. provides the profile of Keith Miller and other cricketers around the world.

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