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Jack Nitschke
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  1. Homesdale Carl Nitschke was an Australian and South Australia cricketer

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  2. born on April 14 1905 in Adelaide, South Australia

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  3. died on September 29 1982 in North Adelaide, South Australia

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  4. only played in two Tests against South Africa in Brisbane and Sydney in 1931 and could probably be considered unlucky to have arrived at his best years at the same time as cricketing greats such as Don Bradman, Bill Ponsford, Bill Woodfull, Archie Ja

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  5. had far more impressive statistics in domestic first-class cricket where he scored 3,320 runs at an average of 42.03, including nine centuries

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