Gleaned from the net:
Australia were 226 for 7, Davidson 80. Seven to win and three wickets in hand. Wally Grout walked in. Took his strike. Then crouched into his stance. He played out two balls. The presence of Australian support some 80 yards away bellowed a disgruntled 'aw'. A single off the seventh ball and Benaud failing to score left wicket keeper Grout to face Wes Hall. The umpire took a hurried glance at his watch. Four minutes to go. Surely the last over of the match, nodded Grout, steeling himself.
Six runs to get. Eight balls to go. Grout realised that it was imperative to transfer the strike to the experienced Benaud. Grout took the first ball on his thigh, but ran. Benaud responded. The run was completed.
Five runs in seven balls. Hall wiped the sweat off his glistening brow with a sweeping movement of a finger. He turned from the boundary's edge. The crucifix dangling, glistening in the evening light. "Don't bowl a bouncer, Wes," Worrell had warned.
Hall pounded in and unbelievably put it short. Benaud hooked. Hall couldn't bear to see. But wait, wicket keeper Alexander was running towards him. The ball was in his hand. Benaud had been caught! Out for 52.
(To be continued).