Used cricket ball that has been made from four leather panels. The ball has been stitched with six rows of twine across the centre. The ball has been attached to a circular wooden display ring. On the top of the ball there is a drawing pin that contains a sticker. It reads '9'. Underneath the ball there is handwritten inscription that reads '9'. There are some other inscriptions near this. This ball was used in the Third Test in Sydney which was officiated by Lou Rowan (cricket umpire).
0 - Whole: H: 75 W: 75 D: 75mm (H: 2 15/16 W: 2 15/16 D: 2 15/16")
Lou Rowan; 02 May 1925; 03 Feb 2017