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Commemorative plaque for team member Dick-a-Dick who was part of the Aboriginal Cricket team of 1868.
Dick-a-Dick (traditional name Djungadjinganook or Jumgumjenanuke, but also known as King Richard) (Died 3 September 1870) was an Australian Aboriginal tracker and cricketer, a Wotjobaluk man of the people who spoke the Wergaia language in the Wimmera region of western Victoria, Australia. He was a member of the first Australian cricket team to tour England in 1867–68.
In 1864 he helped track and rescue three children - Isaac, Jane and Frank Duff - lost in the bush near Natimuk on the edge of the Little Desert for nine days. After the main search was cancelled due to rain obliterating their tracks, the children's father and three Aborigines including Dick-a-Dick successfully tracked and found the children. The children had survived through the resourcefuless of seven year old Jane Duff. Dick-a-Dick was lauded a hero and subsequently called King Richard.