Thirty-nine years ago, a young boy called Andrew Johns won a pair of kids' wicketkeeping gloves signed by England's David Bairstow.
On day three at Adelaide Oval, Mr Johns was lucky enough to catch up with Bairstow's son, Jonny, and gifted him his precious keepsake in a moment that lit up the England man's Test.
Speaking to Grandstand, Mr Johns told of the lucky circumstances that led to their meeting.
"I've had them for 39 years … my mum and dad took me to West Lakes shopping centre [in Adelaide] and the English cricket team were there to meet," he said.
"They had a little quiz — they asked who the reserve wicketkeeper was for England and I shot my hand up, and said...
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