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" Smalltown Boy " reached Nº48 in the U. S. chart and peaked at Nº7 in Australia.
Later in the same year, he captained the West Indies team in Australia for the Bicentennial Youth World Cup where the West Indies reached the semi-finals.
Originally active from 1985 to 1996, the band have had consistent commercial and critical success in Australia and New Zealand and international chart success in two phases, beginning with their self-titled debut album, Crowded House, which reached number twelve on the US Album Chart in 1987 and provided the Top Ten hits, " Don't Dream It's Over " and " Something So Strong ".
The single, " Don't Dream It's Over ", was released in December 1986 and reached number one on the New Zealand Singles Chart and number eight in Australia.
The song peaked at number seven in New Zealand and reached the top 20 in Australia.
The album reached number one in New Zealand, number two in Australia, number six in the UK and made the top 20 in several European countries.
It topped the New Zealand Album Chart, reached number 2 in Australia and number 4 in the UK.
The album reached the top 5 in Australia and New Zealand.
In the final, Australia dismissed Pakistan for 132 and then reached the target in less than 20 overs, with eight wickets in hand.
The series of speed increases — later in 1955, in 1956, in 1957, in 1958, in 1959 — peaked on 31 December 1964 at Dumbleyung Lake, Western Australia when he reached ; he remains the world's most prolific breaker of water speed records.
Since 1927 South Australia has permitted majority verdicts of 11: 1, and 10: 1 or 9: 1 where the jury has been reduced, in criminal trials if a unanimous verdict cannot be reached in four hours.
Lennon never reached the same level of success in the U. S. post-Valotte, but he hit number five in Australia with the 1989 single " Now You're In Heaven ", which also gave him his second # 1 hit on the Album Rock Tracks chart in the USA.
Marsupials reached Australia via Antarctica about 50 mya, shortly after Australia had split off.
Modern marsupials appear to have reached the islands of Borneo and Sulawesi relatively recently via Australia.
This indicates that Australidelphia arose in South America, and reached Australia after Microbiotheria split off.
In Australia, where Robyn reached the top ten of the iTunes Store's album chart, " With Every Heartbeat " received substantial attention on radio and video networks in Australia.
Benaud's bowling reached a new level on the return leg of Australia's overseas tour, when they stopped in the Indian subcontinent in 1956-57 en route back to Australia.
reached No. 1 in Germany, No. 2 in Australia and the Top Five in the UK and France.
In Australia, Germany and France the song reached the Top 15 in each case.
No earlier evidence of human occupation has been found, but the island almost certainly formed part of the land bridge used for the settlement of Australia and New Guinea by at least 40, 000 BC There is no evidence of Homo erectus having reached Sulawesi ; crude stone tools first discovered in 1947 on the right bank of the Walennae river at Berru, which were thought to date to the Pleistocene on the basis of their association with vertebrate fossils, are now thought to date to perhaps 50, 000 BC
It included the UK No. 15 hit " Skin Deep " ( which also reached No. 11 in Australia and No. 19 in New-Zealand, and Top 30 in the Netherlands ).
In February 1965, it reached No. 1 in the UK and Australia, and No. 4 in the United States where it was released on EMI's Capitol label.

Australia and cricketing
Bodyline, also known as fast leg theory bowling, was a cricketing tactic devised by the English cricket team for their 1932 – 33 Ashes tour of Australia, specifically to combat the extraordinary batting skill of Australia's Don Bradman.
Born into a cricketing family — his grandfather and brother also captained Australia — Chappell made a hesitant start to international cricket playing as a right-hand middle-order batsman and spin bowler.
Two new grandstands at the Adelaide Oval were named the Chappell Stands ; at the dedication ceremony in 2003, the SACA president Ian McLachlan called the Chappells, " the most famous cricketing family in South Australia ".
Internationally, Australia has for most of the last century sat at or near the top of the cricketing world.
Given its heritage, MCC continues to participate in the administration of English cricket, and in 2010 offered Lord's as a neutral venue for Pakistan to stage a " home " Test match, as scheduled by the ICC, versus Australia ; although the outcome of that game proved controversial the club's initial offering was made with the intention that Pakistan, whose terrorist-stricken country had rendered it a no-go area for international cricket, could remain within the international cricketing fold.
Outstanding batsman such as Joe Darling, Clem Hill, Reggie Duff, Syd Gregory, Warren Bardsley and Victor Trumper, brilliant all-rounders including Monty Noble, George Giffen, Harry Trott and Warwick Armstrong and excellent bowlers including Ernie Jones, Hugh Trumble, Tibby Cotter, Bill Howell, Jack Saunders and Bill Whitty, all helped Australia to become the dominant cricketing nation for most of this period.
In Australia and New Zealand, the term is also applied to a person who prepares a sports ground for use ( especially a cricket ground ) This job is equivalent to that of groundsman in some other cricketing nations.
It was the first time that two teams had made 600 runs in an innings in a Test, and their fortunes gripped the cricketing nation, but the inevitable draw meant that Australia retained the Ashes.
The setback to Australia, and to Ponting as Australian captain, of the 2005 Ashes defeat, was to prove a strong motivation for the Australian camp to improve their standards and overcome any complacency that may have arisen from Australia's being the world's premier cricketing nation for a decade.
The Adelaide Oval hosts some of the many exciting events in the cricketing calendar — including the annual Australia Day One Day International on 26 January ( replacing a traditional Australia Day test ) and every 4 years, one of the 5 Ashes test matches against England.
He captained both Victoria and Australia, and was best known for his dignified and moral conduct during the tumultuous bodyline series in 1932 – 33 that almost saw the end of Anglo-Australian cricketing ties.
During the 1993 / 94 international season, Wessels ' cricketing career reached full circle, as he captained the South African side in a tour to Australia.
At that time, New Zealand was not a Test cricketing nation, and in 1914 he moved to neighbouring Australia, then as now one of the sport's superpowers.
It is named after legendary cricketing families from the two countries, the Chappell brothers ( Ian, Gregory, and Trevor ) of Australia and Walter Hadlee and his three sons, ( Barry, Dayle and Sir Richard ), of New Zealand.
Born in Australia, Hollioake moved to England as a child where he made his first-class cricketing debut for Surrey in 1996.
For the next twenty years, on and off the pitch, Armstrong's fortunes were tied to the club, a leading cricketing light in Australia and a bastion of the city's rich and powerful.
He came out of retirement in January 2007 to umpire in the XXXX Gold Beach Cricket Tri-Nations series involving cricketing legends from England, the West Indies, and Australia, which took place at Scarborough Beach in Perth, Australia.
Adam John Hollioake ( born 5 September 1971 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia ) is a cricketing all-rounder who played for Surrey and England.
His rise to the top of sports broadcasting-in Australia at least-is quite remarkable considering that he never played at international level during his cricketing career.
The development of the Riverside into a significant cricketing venue was underscored in 1999, when it hosted World Cup matches involving Pakistan, Scotland, Australia and Bangladesh, and then in 2000 when it staged the first One Day International match in the NatWest Triangular Series between England, Zimbabwe and the West Indies.
During the 1930s, Queensland was a weak cricketing state, having only been admitted to the Sheffield Shield in 1926 – 27, and the national selectors tended to choose Australia teams composed entirely of New South Welshmen, Victorians and South Australians.
In cricketing terms, perhaps his greatest achievement was to change from the swing and cut bowler of English conditions, to one who could control the ball in the air, and deceive batsmen on length, in Australia.

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