Australian Ray Lindwall raised the standard for fast bowlers in the ten years after the Second World War represented in 61 Tests from 1946-47 to 1960.

Ray Lindwall – Australian Premier Fast Bowler 1946–60

Australian Ray Lindwall raised the standard for fast bowlers in the ten years after the Second World War. Ray Lindwall represented Australia in 61...
Norman O'Neill, one of the princes of Australian batting in the post-war era, died at the age of 71 on March 3, 2008.

Norman O’Neill – The Prince of Australian Batting

Norman O'Neill is one of the princes of Australian batting in the post-war era, died at the age of 71 on March 3, 2008....
Michael Slater just 1.75 meters tall, he was prepared to take the attack to any bowler. He was first picked on the Ashes tour 1993.

Michael Slater – A Swashbuckling Opening Batsman

Michael Jonathon Slater was born on 21 February 1970 in New South Wales. The right-hander from the New South Wales country town of Wagga...
Don Bradman is almost run out at 101 in his innings of 169

Don Bradman Australia, 1928 – 1948

Indeed, the greatest batsman ever born in the history of cricket. His figures and feats are ones with which you simply cannot argue. Don...

Jacques Kallis – Greatest All-Rounder of All Time

South Africa has always had all-rounders aplenty. The cricket structure nurtured with the vision of future talent. they have always encouraged players to give...

Barry Richards – Down Memory Lane

Nostalgia has always dwelled on the ancient days of cricket on the dwindling settings of the past, reflections being evolved only with the viewable...

Brian McMillan – Finest All-Rounder of The Mid-1990’s

Brian McMillan born on 22 December 1963 in Welkom, Orange Free State, and grew up in Carletonville. He had appeared for South Africa in...