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Success draft: Choose an XI full of players who had peak success at 11 different ages

mr_mister

Hall of Fame Member
so some of these numbers are just placeholders, obviously Sanga has many options available for him. i went with what seems like most the useful age for him atm but of course its subject to change

Round 1:

OverratedSanity - Imran Khan (35)
AndrewB - Gary Sobers (22)
Teuton - Sid Barnes (39)
morgieb - Shane Warne (36)
honestbharani - Keith Miller (32)
mr_mister - Sachin Tendulkar (37)
The Battler's Prince - Jack Hobbs (30)


Round 2:

The Battler's Prince - Graeme Pollock (20)
mr_mister - Malcom Marshall (26)
honestbharani - Adam Gilchrist (34)
morgieb - Glen McGrath (31)
Teuton - George Headley (21)
AndrewB - Len Hutton (33)
OverratedSanity - Brian Lara (36)

Round 3:


honestbharani - George Lohmann (31)
The Battler's Prince - Richard Hadlee (34)
mr_mister - Viv Richards (24)
Teuton - Wasim Akram (24)
OverratedSanity - Murali (34)
morgieb - Jacques Kallis (35)
AndrewB - Kumar Sangakkarra (37)

Round 4:

AndrewB - Ray Lindwall (27)
morgieb - Ricky Ponting (32)
OverratedSanity - Dale Steyn (26)
Teuton - Wally Hammon (26)
mr_mister - Waqar Younis (22)
The Battler's prince -
honestbharani -


and i'll choose Waqar Younis for 22
 

Teuton

International Vice-Captain
I reckon Clarrie was 40 in 1931 which gives practically no chance of clashing with anyone else

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Teuton

International Vice-Captain
Debuted around 34, and still had enough time to break the record for most career wickets
 

morgieb

Cricket Web: All-Time Legend
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Ricky Ponting
Greg Chappell
Jacques Kallis
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Shane Warne
Michael Holding
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Glenn McGrath
 

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