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Calypso Summer Australia vs. West Indies
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In the summer of 1960-61 a team of cricketers from West Indies visited Australia. They came as underdogs but left as the most loved sporting team to ever visit Australia.

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  • Australia vs. West Indies 1960-61 Test Cricket Series
  • The West Indies cricket team toured Australia in the 1960-61 season under the captaincy of Frank Worrell. Both Worrell and his opposing captain, Richie Benaud, encouraged their teams to play attacking cricket. The first Test of the five match series ended in a dramatic tie, the first of only two instances in Test cricket. Though West Indies narrowly lost the series 2-1, with one draw in addition to the tie, they might easily have won both the last two matches and taken the series 3-1. They took much credit for contributing to such an exciting series and made themselves extremely popular with the Australian public. Prior to their departure from Australia, the team were paraded through Melbourne in open-top cars on 17 February 1961, and were cheered by enormous crowds.


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