b'563591972-79 collection of Australian Official Team sheets; all fully signed, comprising 1972 (Ian Chappell, Capt.), 1973(Ian Chappell, Capt.), 1975 World Cup Tour to Canada & United Kingdom (Ian Chappell, Capt.), 1977 (Greg Chappell, Capt.), 1978 to the West Indies (Bob Simpson, Capt.), 1979 World Cup Team (Kim Hughes, Capt.) and 1979 Tour of India (Kim Hughes, Capt.). (7 sheets; a total of 115 original signatures). .$5007503601973 AUSTRALIAN TOURING TEAM: West Indies Tour official team sheet with 15 signatures including Ian & Greg Chappell, Dennis Lillee, Rod Marsh, Kerry OKeefe, Max Walker & Doug Walters, central fold, plus some paper abrasions/penetrations well clear of the signatures. Fine overall. .$1202003611979 AUSTRALIAN TEAM TO INDIA, official team sheet with 16 signatures including Kim Hughes (captain),Andrew Hilditch, Allan Border, Dav Whatmore & Rod Hogg. Scarce. $1502003621979-80 ENGLAND TOURING TEAM: Tour to Australia and India official team sheet with 18 signatures includingMike Brearley (Captain), Bob Willis, Ian Botham, Geoff Boycott, Graham Gooch, David Gower & Derek Randall.Fine condition. . $1201603631981-1990 A collection of four (4) framed team sheets, comprising: 1981-82 Pakistan to Australia (with 18 signatures), 1982 English Team v Western Australia (with 12 signatures), 1990 Indian Team to England (with 19 signatures)and 1993-94 New Zealand Team to Australia (with 17 signatures).$2002503653643641981-82 WEST INDIES TEAM: West Indies Cricket Tour of Australia 1981-82 on official headed notepaper, with 17 signatures including Clive Lloyd (Captain), Viv Richards (Vice-Captain), Des Haynes, Gordon Greenidge, Jeffrey Dujon, Michael Holding, Malcolm Marshall, Andy Roberts & Joel Garner plus tour manager Steve Camacho. .$3004003651981-82 FIRST REBEL TOUR TO SOUTH AFRICA: Scorecard signed by South Africa & English Teams, with 28 signatures including Mike Proctor, Graeme Pollock, Jimmy Cook, Graham Gooch, Alan Knott & Geoff Boycott.The South African rebel tours were a series of seven cricket tours staged between 1982 and 1990. They were known as the rebel tours because the international cricketing bodies banned South Africa from competitive international cricket throughout this period because of apartheid. As such the tours were organised and conducted in spite of the express disapproval of national cricket boards and governments, the I.C.C. and international organisations such as the United Nations. The tours were the subject of enormous contemporaneous controversy and remain a sensitive topic throughout the cricket-playing world. The first major tour was by an English team led by Graham Gooch in March 1982. Twelve cricketers, 11 of them with Test caps, had agreed in secret to make a one-month tour of the republic. The news only broke when they arrived in Johannesburg. The players expected a brief public outcry and ICC slap on the wrist. Instead they were the subject of global outrage among press and politicians, and labelled the Dirty Dozen in the Houses of Parliament. The reaction in South Africa could not have been more different. The government and white newspapers hailed the return of official international cricket. Apart from Ian Botham, it was said, this was the full-strength England team. Springbok colours were awarded to the home side in a series of three Tests. There were also three one-day internationals. $3005003661982 AUSTRALIAN TEAM TO NEW ZEALAND, official team sheet with 15 signatures including Greg Chappell (captain), Kim Hughes, Terry Alderman & Dennis Lillee. $100150ImagesLot numbers in black indicate lots not illustrated in this catalogue but which are available online at www.leski.com.au'