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Shane Warne
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Cricketer
A former Australian international cricketer who is widely regarded as one of the finest leg spin bowlers in the history of cricket.[
Andrew Flintoff
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Cricketer
Test debut for England 1998. Right handed all rounder. Nicknamed Freddie.
Don Bradman
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Cricketer
Test Batting average 99.94. Said to be the greatest statistical average for a sport ever. Played for Australia. First test debut in 1928.
Sir Richard Hadlee
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Cricketer
First person to take 400 Test wickets
Shane Warne
   is famous for being a   
Cricketer
Australian. A leg spin bowler, who is often regarded as one of the finest bowlers in the history of cricket.
Walter Hammond
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Cricketer
English. Wisden considers Hammond to be a batsman second only to Bradman in the history of cricket.
Donald Bradman
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Cricketer
Australian. "The Don" is widely considered the best batsman of all time.
Dennis Lillee
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Cricketer
Australian. An outstanding fast bowler of his generation. Held the world record for most Test wickets (355) when he retired in 1984.
Richard Hadlee
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Cricketer
New Zealand. Regarded as one of the greatest fast bowlers and all-rounders of all time.
W. G. Grace
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Cricketer
English. For forty-four years (1865–1908 inclusive) was actively engaged in first-class cricket. GJ's hero.
Sir Donald Bradman
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Cricketer
Born 1908, died 2001
Victor Trumper
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Cricketer
Born 1877, died 1915
Steve Waugh
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Cricketer
Born 1965
Wally Hammond
   was a   
Cricketer
English, (1903-1965)
Donald Bradman
   was a   
Cricketer
Australian (1908-2001)
Rachel Heyhoe Flint
   was a   
Cricketer
D.2017. She was captain of the England team that won the first women's World Cup. Later a member of the House of Lords she was always a powerful advocate for all women's sports.






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