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Jeff Thomson – The Human Hurricane

Of all 1975 World cup bowlers, the one exciting and most interesting among cricket-watchers is Jeff Thomson, the human hurricane from Australia. Confronted by a bowler so swift, batsmen could think of safer games, such as Russian roulette. As...
Mike Whitney 7 for 89 vs West Indies at Adelaide Oval 1989

Mike Whitney 7 for 89 vs West Indies at Adelaide Oval 1989

Mike Whitney 7 for 89 vs West Indies at Adelaide Oval 1989 Left Arm medium fast bowler Mike Whitney was beloved among Australian and New South Wales cricket fans for both his sense of humor and whole-hearted approach to the...
Doug Ring played his Sheffield Shield cricket for Victoria. He played 13 Tests for Australia between 1947-48 and 1953.

Doug Ring – The Member of Invincible Team

Doug Ring was born on 14 October 1918 at Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Doug Ring played his Sheffield Shield cricket for Victoria. He played 13 Tests for Australia between 1947-48 and 1953. He made two tours of England. First one...
Gil Langley played 26 Tests for Australia from 1951-52 to 1956-57. In which he held 83 catches and made 15 stumping.

Gil Langley – Capable Australian Wicket Keeper

Gil Langley, the Australian Test Wicket Keeper who also represented his state at football before becoming Speaker of the House in State Parliament. He was died on the night of May 14, 2001, at the age of 81. He...
In 1980-81, he started his first-class cricket for Western Australia in the Sheffield Shield.

Tim Zoehrer – Former Australian Wicket Keeper

Australian Wicket Keeper Tim Zoehrer was born on 25 September 1961 at Armadale, Perth, Western Australia. He played 10 Test matches between 1986 and 1987 and appeared in  22 ODI’s for Australia between 1986 and 1994. In 1980-81, he...

Clarrie Grimmett – The First Leg Spinner To Use The Flipper

Clarrie Grimmett was born on December 25, 1891, in Caversham, Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand. The leg break googly bowler is known for making a fine partnership with Bill O'Reilly as the first leg-spinner to use the flipper and dumbfound...
Victor Thomas Trumper, New South Wales and Australia, circa 1905. (Photo by George Beldam/Popperfoto/Getty Images)

Victor Trumper – The Greatest Batsman of Golden Age

Australian famous cricketer Victor Thomas Trumper was born on 2 November 1877 in Darlinghurst, Sydney, New South Wales. He was the most stylish and versatile batsman of the Golden Age of Australian cricket.  Victor Thomas Trumper was recognized brilliant...
Pakistan vs Australia 1987 World Cup Semi Final

Cricket Glorious Moments with Historic Significance

Cricket Glorious Moments with Historic Significance when on a fateful November day in the year 1987. The Pakistan team returns to the pavilion after the Australian innings come to a close at Lahore's Gaddafi stadium. The occasion was the...
Jo Angel was a former Australian right-arm medium-fast bowler who appeared in 4 Test matches and 3 ODI’s between 1993 till 1995.

Jo Angel – Former Australian 6ft 6in Tall Fast Bowler

Jo Angel was a former Australian right-arm medium-fast bowler who appeared in 4 Test matches and 3 ODI’s between 1993 till 1995. He was born on 22 April 1968 in Mount Lawley, Perth, Western Australia. A 6ft 6in tall...
When Lillee retired from Test cricket in 1984 against Pakistan, he had more wickets to his name – 355 at 23.92

Dennis Lillee – Outstanding Fast Bowler of his Generation

In any list of those who were fast bowlers pure and simple, Dennis Lillee must rank very high up. Many cricket legends have placed Malcolm Marshall ahead of him, but there was not that much between them in terms of ability...

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Muhammad Azharuddin 58 Runs off 45 Balls vs New Zealand at...

In the 6th Match of Willis World Series at Delhi on Nov 3, 1994, Muhammad Azharuddin scored a brilliant 58 runs off 45 balls...

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