Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :'I dunno what dis Marshall an' H.A.R.T. makin' all de fuss about... I been a member of dis Afrikaaner cricket team for ages now!' Otago Daily Times 17 December 1988.
- Tremain, Garrick, 1941-; Otago daily times (Newspaper)
Shows a scantily clothed black African man squatting in the position of three cricket wickets with the stumps balanced across his knees and head. He is covered in plasters from being hit with the cricket ball.
Exhibited in 'The Famouse Five: Manawatu's Cartoonists on Show', Exhibition curated by the New Zealand Cartoon Archive and exhibited at Te Manawa Art (Manawatu Art Gallery), Palmerston North, from 13 May to 23 June 2002, in association with Massey University and the Palmerston North City Council.
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