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Shane Warne – Greatest Bowlers in the History of the Game

Shane Warne was born on 13 September 1969 at Ferntree Gully, Victoria. He was an Australian cricketer, commentator, and captained Australia in ODI. Australian leg spinner Shane Warne changed the culture of the game. Shane Warne's test debut came against...
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...
Bill Johnston – Bradman Invincible Bowler

Bill Johnston – Bradman Invincible Bowler

Bill Johnston the versatile left-arm medium-pace bowler, was a key member of Australian invincible side of 1948. Bill Johnston was often an underrated member of the Australian side in the decade after World War II. Bill Johnston played 40...
Richie Benaud displayed flair in everything, either batting, intelligent and varied leg-spin, brilliant close catching, instinctive and positive captaincy.

Richie Benaud – Influential Cricket Personality Post the Era of World War II

Richie Benaud, the Australian leg spinner, displayed flair in everything he did. Whether it was aggressive batting, intelligent and varied leg-spin, brilliant close catching, instinctive, and positive captaincy. Even though insightful TV commentary, which is probably what most people,...

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...
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 Wagga cracked 14 Test centuries before being replaced on the eve of the fifth Ashes...
Bill O’Reilly career was quite short. Because circumstances conspired against his early recognition as World War cut him off cricket at the age of only 32.

Bill O’Reilly – One of Greatest Australian Leg Spinner

Bill O’Reilly Test career was quite short. Because the circumstances conspired against his early recognition as a major talent and the Second World War effectively cut him off from international cricket at the age of only 32. But he...
This is memorable picture of depicts the great Australian fast Bowler Denis Lillee on the receiving end, had a torrid time at Iqbal Stadium Faisalabad.

Dennis Lillee Famous Remark of Making His Grave on Faisalabad Pitch

This is a memorable picture of depicts the great Australian fast Bowler Dennis Lillee on the receiving end of Taslim Arif's bat. Dennis Lillee had a torrid time at Iqbal Stadium Faisalabad on the tour to Pakistan in 1979-80....
Jumping out for a straight drive George Beldam, c. 1905 – arguably the most famous photograph in the history of cricket

Victor Trumper – The Super Star of Golden Age of Cricket

Australia has produced many great players for International cricket. Many of them are no more in this world, but their name is ever the part of cricket history due to their glorious services to the game. Among them is...
Shane Warne to his fans the one and only Warne. A cricketing icon in his country and across the world, true inspiration to a generation of young cricketers;

Shane Warne – His Names Spells Magic

Shane Warne to his fans the one and only Warne. A cricketing icon in his country and across the world, a true inspiration to a generation of young cricketers; a revered figure in Australian cricket; and above all a...

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Wasim Akram – Indisputable Greatest Left-arm Fast Bowler

It is indisputable that Wasim Akram is the greatest left-arm fast bowler there has been. At his peak, there was no question that he...

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