Highlights from The Centenary Test
The Centenary Test was played in 1977 to commemorate 100 years of men's test match cricket between England and Australia.
Many past and current players were present at the game which, interestingly, Australia won by 45 runs – the same winning margin as in 1877.
Highlight footage shows some memorable moments during Australia's second innings (14 to 16 March 1977), including debutant David Hookes famously hitting Tony Greig for 5 consecutive boundaries.
Injured Australian player Rick McCosker batted with a broken jaw and his head covered in bandages to ensure wicketkeeper Rod Marsh could became the first Australian wicketkeeper to score a Test century against England and to build what would be a match-winning total.