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    Quote Originally Posted by Uppercut View Post
    I'd include Ken Barrington in that list- comparatively not as good as either of those listed but his record deserves some respect whereas he's a completely forgotten man.

    I gave him a token vote but I think I was the only one .
    Getting the feeling I was the only one to vote for Frank Worrell
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt79 View Post
    Getting the feeling I was the only one to vote for Frank Worrell
    Fear not, he's on my list.

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    Kallis a bit low tbf but at least he made the list

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    Quote Originally Posted by G.I.Joe View Post
    Haha, can't believe you have Ponting so much lower down than I do.
    Well, that's probably because you have his batting contemporaries higher. For me, Ponting is the highest placed of all those when you factor in his all-time batting, all-time fielding and record breaking captaincy. I think by the time he retires I'll feel more than comfortable putting him higher up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikki View Post
    Well, that's probably because you have his batting contemporaries higher. For me, Ponting is the highest placed of all those when you factor in his all-time batting, all-time fielding and record breaking captaincy. I think by the time he retires I'll feel more than comfortable putting him higher up.
    Nah, as far as I remember, I only have Tendulkar (and obviously, Bradman) higher. And SRT and RTP were within 2 spots of each other. I can't agree with the list in that it implies that if Bradman didn't exist, the best Australian batsman of the post war era wouldn't even make the top 20.

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    Well, it's debatable if he is the best. And between him and Bradman, I have Gilchrist, Warne, Lillee, McGrath and Chappell ahead of him. Then again, there are players from other countries to consider also . As aforesaid, I'll probably rate him higher once he retires and I can look at his career in whole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikki View Post
    And between him and Bradman, I have Gilchrist, Warne, Lillee, McGrath and Chappell ahead of him.

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    What's so sad about that?

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    Oh sorry, I left out Miller. I said before I have Miller at 7 and Ponting at 16.

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