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See also . Webcomic References External links First series at A Step by Step Guide to Chess Tactics and Combination The Polgar Way at Blogspot Second series at Category:Archie Comics titles Category:Webcomics in print Category:2008 webcomic debuts Category:Archie Comics characters Category:Fictional chess playersErnie Walker Ernest John Walker (7 May 1919 – 21 December 2007) was an English-born Australian cricket and rugby union player. Walker played first-class cricket for New South Wales, and then, as a second-row forward, for Australia in 37 Tests between 1951 and 1960. His nephew, Mark, played Tests for Australia in 1989. He also played for the British Lions, captaining the side on the 1954–55 tour of New Zealand, against provincial teams. Personal life Ernest Walker was born in Walsall, England, to a British father and Australian mother. The family migrated to Australia when he was about five years old, and he was educated at Newington College. He became a schoolmaster at Port Kembla Secondary School, and began playing first-class cricket for New South Wales against the touring Indians in 1935–36. Walker was a teacher in Sydney until 1942, when he joined the Royal Australian Air Force. He was an orderly officer in the RAAF from 1942 to 1946, and in that time he also made his first-class cricket debut for NSW, making 34 appearances in his debut season. He captained the Australian Air Force XI in the 1945–46 Sheffield Shield season. After the war, he returned to his former school in Newington, first as a teacher, and then as a headmaster. From 1947–48 he was the Headmaster at Morpeth, a Sydney private school. In 1948 he married Bronwen, the daughter of the school's headmaster. He and Bronwen had four children, two sons and two daughters. In 1951, he was selected for the Australian tour of India. He scored 93 and 63 in the first Test, but it was not enough to prevent Australia's defeat. Walker was commissioned in the RAAF on 24 February 1951. He first played for the RAAF in a match against NSW on 6 October, scoring two runs. He became a full colonel in the RAAF on 27 ac619d1d87

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