Sydney, August 13, 2001. Author Roland Perry (left) and former invincible Arthur Morris sign copies of the Roland Perry book Bradmans Best.
Sydney, August 13, 2001. Author Roland Perry (left) and former invincible Arthur Morris sign copies of the Roland Perry book Bradmans Best.

Cricketing legend Arthur Morris has died age 93

FORMER Australian cricketer and member of the Invincibles Arthur Morris has died aged 93.

An opener, Morris played 46 Test matches between 1946 and 1955.

He was best known for his role in Don Bradman's Invincibles side which made an undefeated tour of England in 1948.

Arthur Morris, regarded as one of Australia's best left-handed batsmen, leaves a legacy of greatness on and off the field.

Cricket Australia chairman Wally Edwards said the sport had "sadly lost a cherished link with our past".

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