Simpson^ | Hayden | Bradman | Chappell^ | Ponting | Border* | Gilchrist+ | Davidson3 | Warne4^ | Lillee1 | McGrath2
Greenidge | Hunte | Richards^ | Headley* | Lara^ | Sobers5^ | Walcott+ | Marshall1 | Ambrose2 | Holding3 | Garner4
Richards^ | Smith*^ | Amla | Pollock | Kallis5^ | Nourse | Cameron+ | Procter3 | Steyn1 | Tayfield4 | Donald2
Hobbs | Hutton*^ | Hammond^ | Compton | Barrington | Botham5^ | Knott | Trueman1 | Laker4 | Larwood2 | Barnes3
An attack of Marshall-Procter-Snow, a solid opening pair, and Tendulkar in the middle-order already make this very strong team kyear. Be good if you can top it off with a couple of strong picks.
I am often asked who was the best, fastest or toughest bowler I ever faced and I quite enjoy giving different answers every time. Well, it keeps me amused anyway –but the underlying point is that one could revise this whole list on a daily basis and never really be right and never really be wrong - DAVID GOWER
AWTA. At first glance I reckon kyear's looks the strongest of the lot so far.
01. BRUCE MITCHELL (R8: Leg-spinner)
03. GEORGE HEADLEY ( R1:Illegal lmmigrant)
04. KUMAR SANGAKKARA (R4: National Blackout)
05. PETER MAY (R5:Captained Against)
07. ALAN KNOTT (R7: Fredfertang)
09. HEDLEY VERITY (R3: Merchant)
10. DALE STEYN (R2: 9th Wicket)
11. WAYNE DANIEL (R6: Debut)
Your team is also very strong Dan. I'll be interested to see who you manage to get for your fourth bowler.
Like Jager's and Watson's teams thus far, though the last ywo picks could swing everything. Only gripe though is Watson's openers, don't think I would be able to watch them bat together.
Hanif was the first star of Pakistan cricket, the "Little Master" who played the longest innings in Test history - his 970-minute 337 against West Indies in Bridgetown in 1957-58 - then followed it a year later with the highest first-class innings to that point, 499 run out. With such feats, broadcast on radio, he turned cricket in Pakistan from the preserve of the Lahore educated elite into the mass sport it is today. Although famous for his immaculate defence and never hitting the ball in the air, Hanif could also attack, and was probably the originator of the reverse-sweep. His versatility extended to captaining and keeping wicket, and bowling right- and left-handed in Test cricket. But in addition to being the jack of all trades, he was the master of one.
Hanif Mohammad | Cricket Players and Officials | ESPN Cricinfo
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Kevin Pietersen (Illegal Immigrant clause)
"I will go down as Darren Sammy, the one who always smiles" - Darren Sammy
Team so far:
01. Charles Bannerman
02. Trevor Goddard
03. Neil Harvey
04. Dennis Compton
05. Steve Waugh*
06. Kevin Pietersen
07. Ian Botham
10. Bill O'Reilly
11. Sydney Barnes
- Dismissing Peeps
- Team Blackout
It will be interesting to see if one of the (remaining) modern time legend will be picked or not...
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CricZo XI - 3 Draft Winner
Scorecard Draft (2010) V Sehwag, D Amiss, D Bradman (c), C Cowdrey, P Umrigar, A Faulkner, R Marsh +, M Marshall, W Hall, M Hughes, B O'Reilly
Alphabetical Draft (2011) S Watson, G Kirsten, D Bradman (c), K Sangakkara +, C Cowdrey, K Pietersen, A Flintoff, M Marshall, B O'Reilly, F Trueman, T Alderman
The Eras Draft (2014) V Trumper, A Morris, N Harvey, J Kallis, S McCabe, F Woolley, Imran Khan (c), J Dujon +, J Briggs, D Steyn, J Snow
Sehwag to open with Hutton. Nice combo.
Jager > Dan > Monk > Watson > KK
Leaving the 'dismissed (by) previous' clause this late may not have been the greatest of ideas, in hindsight.
I'm leaving the "high score on debut" to last because I cbf to do the research
Really wanted KP.
Oh for a strong arm and a walking stick
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