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Gates dedicated in 2012 to mark the 90th birthday of former Australian and St George cricketer Arthur Morris. 

Arthur Robert Morris MBE is a former Australian cricketer who played 46 Test matches between 1946 and 1955. An opener , Morris is regarded as one of Australia's greatest left-handed batsmen. He is best known for his key role in Don Bradman's Invincibles side, which made an undefeated tour of England in 1948. He was the leading scorer in the Tests on the tour, with three centuries. His efforts in the Fourth Test at Headingley helped Australia to reach a world record victory target of 404 on the final day. Morris was named in the Australian Cricket Board's Team of the Century in 2000 and was inducted into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame in 2001.


Address:Dora Street, Hurstville Oval, Hurstville, 2220
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -33.961395
Long: 151.098399
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Gate
Monument Theme:People


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Wednesday 25th January, 2012
Front Inscription
                  Arthur Morris 
Left Side Inscription
                        Hurstville City Council 
                 Serving the local community
This plaque was unveiled on 25 January 2012
His Worship the Mayor of Hurstville - Clr Steve McMahon to dedicate the gates to former Australian and St George District cricketer, Arthur Morris, to mark his 90th birthday.

Hurstville Ward     Peakhurst Ward   Penshurst Ward
(Names)                 (Names)                 (Names) 
Jeffrey Tripp          Michael West                    Laurie O'Connor
Administration    Planning and Development  Service Delivery 

Clr Steve McMahon                                Victor G D Lampe
Mayor                                                       General Manager
Source: MA
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