Colin Miller - really dreadful haircut. This guy really had no idea at all. What was he thinking with all those silly colours? No further comment needed.
Bob Willis - Great bowler but when it came to hairstyles he was just uphill gardening. Granted it was the 70s but his wild and wooly almost sheeps coat look with lamb chop side burns should have been left in the "maybe" basket.
Glen McGrath - I would have love to have been this guys barber as it would have been the easiest $15 i would have ever made every time he came in. He clearly isnt a fashionable man at the best of times but his lego-man number really took the cake.
Shane Warne - The Mullet he sported in his early days really did him no favours in the style or ladies department. His ability to bowl and earn a sh*tload of cash made up for it though and he duelly saluted with a stunner of a wife prepared to put up with beer-guts and bigotry.
Harbhajan Singh - Thank god the man wears a turban because what lies underneath should make every hetrosexual male cringe. A full head of dirty brown locks flow right down to his *rse crack. Hair like this should be left to the girls and even then it should be washed once in a while.
Clive Lloyd - From one extreme to the other he simply couldnt get it right when it came to hair style. The big fella moved between the big afro made famous by just about every black man in the 70s and the short back and sides with a flat top sported by the likes of Mr T of "The A-Team" fame. Neither of these worked particularly well with Lloyds nerdy glassess and should really have been left to a smaller, more female-friendly face.
These are your finalists ladies and gentlemen. Vote away!