Former Australia wicketkeeper Brian Taber dies aged 83

Former Australia wicketkeeper Brian Taber dies aged 83

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Category : Obituaries Published on: July 27 2023

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  • Former Australia and New South Wales wicketkeeper Brian Taber has died at the age of 83. Taber, who played 16 Test matches for Australia between 1966 and 1970.
  • He made his Test debut against South Africa in Johannesburg where he claimed seven catches and a stumping.
  • His highest Test score of 48 came against West Indies at Sydney in 1969 in a match Australia won by 382 runs. 
  • Taber was widely regarded as one of the best wicketkeepers to represent Australia and was renowned for his impeccable glovework and calm demeanour behind the stumps.
  • After finishing playing, he held various roles within the game, including NSW coach and selector and manager of the Australian Under-19 men’s team.
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