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Leslie Ernest Favell (6 October 1929, Arncliffe, New South Wales -
14 June 1987, Magill, South Australia) was an Australian cricketer
who played in 19 Tests from 1954 to 1961. He was a strong batsman
who liked to hit the ball around the ground and was a much loved
character. He made his test debut against England in 1954-55 at
Brisbane after making 84 and 47 against them for South Australia,
but he failed in the series and was dropped. He is mentioned in
Lord Kitchener's calypso single The Ashes (Australia vs MCC 1955)
"Les Favell got going, his wicket went tumbling," referring to his
30, caught Cowdrey bowled Tyson, the first wicket of Tyson's lethal
7-27 in the 3rd Test at Melbourne.
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