Cricketing Greats

Dennis Keith Lillee is a former Australian cricketer who is regarded as the "outstanding fast bowler of his generation". Lillee was known for his fiery temperament, and his never say die attitude, and popularity with the fans. By the time of his retirement from international cricket in 1984, he had become the then world record holder for most Test wickets (355), and had firmly established himself as one of the most recognizable and renowned Australian sportsman of all time. On 19th of December 2009, Lillee was inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame.

Geoffrey Boycott is a former Yorkshire and England cricketer. In a prolific and sometimes controversial playing career from 1962 to 1986, Boycott established himself as one of England's most successful opening batsman. Boycott made his international Test match debut against Australia in 1962. He accumulated large scores – he is the fourth largest accumulator of first class centuries in history, and the first English player to average over 100.00 in a season. After 108 Test match appearances for England, Boycott ended his international career in 1982 as the leading Test run scorer with over 8000 Test match runs, earning an OBE for his services in cricket. He was inducted into the International Cricket Council Hall of Fame in 2009.

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