When Mark Taylor inherited Australian sport's most coveted position in May 1994, the Australian cricket team was finally able to deliver the ultimate knockout blow against the long-running champions, the West Indies. Taylor and his ambitious XI then embarked on a run of success never before seen in Australian cricket, winning nine series in a row to become the undisputed power of the world game.
Award-winning cricket writer Ken Piesse celebrates Australia's Test achievements under Mark Taylor's captaincy and captures all the highlights of the period.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 08 / 2000
- 126 x 195mm