1921 English cricket season
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In the 1921 English cricket season, Australia emphasised a post-war superiority that it owed in particular to the pace duo of Gregory and McDonald. Having won 5-0 in Australia the previous winter, the Australians won the first three Tests of the 1921 tour and then drew the last two.
- County Championship - Middlesex
- Minor Counties Championship - Staffordshire
- Wisden - Hubert Ashton, Jack Bryan, Jack Gregory, Charlie Macartney, Ted McDonald
England lost to Australia by 3-0 with two matches drawn.
Phil Mead topped the averages with 3179 runs @ 69.10
Wilfred Rhodes topped the averages with 141 wickets @ 13.27
- Bill Frindall, The Wisden Book of Test Cricket 1877-1978, Wisden, 1979
- Chris Harte, A History of Australian Cricket, Andre Deutsch, 1993
- Ray Robinson, On Top Down Under, Cassell, 1975
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