Originally Posted by BoyBrumby
Kepler Wessels was a tough sort, wasn't he? Useful boxer, as one understands.
& didn't Colin Cowdrey once come out to save a test with his arm in a sling?
Love the story of Cowdrey called up to face Lillee and Thommo at age 42 and then opening the batting!
Originally Posted by G.I.Joe
Red Hill is the best philosopher the great on the forum.
Originally Posted by African Monkey
Gautam Gambhir would be up there for mine. Probably not up there for others, but batting with concussion and saving a test with a broken finger against Steyn and Morkel takes some courage.
I think it is a given that Gambhir is a tough guy who asks for no quarter.
1) Ross is the Boss.
2) See point 1.
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