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"After my previous quizzes on Indian and International Cricketers, here's a quiz about ten great Aussie cricketers."
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Short in stature, this Tasmanian was known for his pugnacious batting. He has played 107 tests for Australia and scored 7,000+ runs with an average of 43.65. He has also taken 99 catches, many of them in short leg. Do you know the name of this opener?
This fast bowler played 70 tests for Australia and took 355 wickets at an impressive average of 23.92. Post-retirement he is known for his work in training young fast bowlers. Who is this great pace bowler?
A great leg spinner, he was one of the cricketers responsible for bringing Australia to the top position in world cricket. His best bowling figures was 7/72 against India and he is known for scoring one of the fastest test centuries (in 78 minutes). Who is he?
One of the all-time great wicket keepers, he played 95 tests for Australia and effected 355 dismissals. He is in the record books as a part of the most successful wicket keeper and bowler combination. Can you guess his name?
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One of the tallest bowlers of all times, he was nicknamed as 'bean-pole'. This bowler has a bowling average of 24.63 in tests. Can you identify this left arm fast bowler?
This captain of Australia was known for his batting and captaincy. He scored 7000+ runs in test matches and took 157 catches, mostly in first slip. He is one of the few cricketers to have scored a triple century in test cricket. Who is he?
In his career as opener, he played 74 tests with an average of 42.83 with 14 centuries and a top score of 219. He was involved in an infamous on-field spat with Rahul Dravid. Can you identify this well-known cricketer and commentator?
An all-rounder who bowled off-spin, he played 30 plus tests for Australia and had a decent batting average of 41.08 with 4 centuries and 12 50's. He took 61 wickets in his career. But he is better known for his role in the 1986 test match against India, when he bowled the last over of the match and took the last wicket to ensure a tied result. Who is he?
The first player to hit 100 sixes in test cricket, he is known for his aggressive batting. He has a test average of 47.6 and a top score of 204 not out. He has scored 9000+ runs in one day cricket with a top score of 172. What is his name?
He scored 150 on his test debut outside Australia and made another century in his first test in Australia. Basically a batsman he has outstanding bowling figures of 6 wickets for 9 runs and his bowling helped Australia to win the controversial Sydney test against India in 2008. Can you identify him?
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