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Greg Chappell is an Australian Cricket. He is considered as one of the most outstanding batsman of his generation.

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Former Oz stars turn 'Crusaders' to save Test format in cricket
Swan Richards, founder of the Crusaders, which is an ambassadorial troupe of former stars that promotes cricket in schools and via scholarships and tours, is now set to promote the longest version of cricket with the help of former cricket stars.

Sachin, Graeme Pollock, the world's best batters: Barry Richards
Former South African opener Barry Richards rates India's Sachin Tendulkar and former South African opener Graeme Pollock as the best batsmen he has seen in his life.

Clarke becomes only captain to score double, triple centuries in single Test series
Australian skipper Michael Clarke has made a world record by becoming the only captain in 135 years to smash a double and triple century in the same Test series.

Greg Chappell wants 'controversial' Decision Review System made mandatory in cricket
Former Australia Test skipper Greg Chappell has backed the use of the Decision Review System in cricket.

Ex-Oz pacer Rodney Hogg reveals his ten best batting greats
Former Australian fast bowler Rodney Hogg still rates West Indian batting great Vivian Richards as the best batter he has confronted at the international level.

Oz crowds looking forward to flashing bat of 'Buccaneer' Sehwag
Indian opener Virender Sehwag may have unexpectedly got a well-deserved compliment from the hulking Matthew Hayden during Australia's 2004 tour of India, but now his flashing broadsword is what Australian crowds will be looking forward to in the ensuing four-match Test series.

Oz selectors want nation's best batsmen to be bowlers as well
The Chairman of the National Selection Panel (NSP), John Inverarity, has called on the nation's best batsmen to work on their bowling skills in a bid to give the Test team greater flexibility down the track.

Cricket Australia scouts say Warner, Cummins among five key players
Cricket Australia's talent scouts have marked out David Warner, Pat Cummins, James Pattinson, Shaun and Mitchell Marsh as the key men responsible for returning the country to top of the world rankings in all three forms of the game.

Proteas batting great Richards attacks money culture in modern cricket
South African batting great Barry Richards thinks the game of cricket should be given another name, as it is now too commercially driven.

Harbhajan Singh says he hopes to make Indian squad for Australia tour
Out of favor off-spinner Harbhajan Singh believes he has another five to six years of cricket left in him and hopes to be in the selectors mix when the Indian team is chosen for the Australia tour.

Greg Chappell backs 'committed' Ponting to bounce back
Former Australian selector Greg Chappell has thrown his support behind under-pressure Ricky Ponting, saying that the 36-year-old still has a future in Test cricket despite a dismal run of form.

'The future has to be catered for': nervous wait for Haddin, Ponting
The Australia-South Africa Test series has ended with a one all score line, and now the new selection committee headed by John Inverarity has the onerous task of deciding on the futures of star batsman Ricky Ponting and wicketkeeper-batsman Brad Haddin.

Tributes continue to flow in for maestro of cricket writing, Peter Roebuck
Tributes continue to pour in for the maestro of cricket writing Peter Roebuck, who died in mysterious circumstances on the intervening night of Saturday and Sunday at the age of 55.

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