September, 21 1996. A 24-year-old, unheralded wicket-keeper batsman, walks briskly to the crease in the Hong Kong Sixes against England. He doesn't last long, as he makes just 15 runs off six balls. But he smashes two skyscraping sixes in his short and sweet innings. Even then, Adam Gilchrist carried an unmistakable stamp of precise timing and that glorious arc of a free-flowing back-lift.
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