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32 Harold Gilligan - 1929, 4-1-0-3. He captained England on their four-Test tour of New Zealandin 1929-30, which England won 1-0. This tour was played simultaneously with another England Test tour to the West Indies where England were captained by the Honourable Freddie Calthorpe.

32 Harold Gilligan - 1929, 4-1-0-3. He captained England on their four-Test tour of New Zealandin 1929-30, which England won 1-0. This tour was played simultaneously with another England Test tour to the West Indies where England were captained by the Honourable Freddie Calthorpe.

Mike Brearley - England Test Cricket Team.

Mike Brearley - England Test Cricket Team.

Victor Trumper (1877 - 1915) | Slatted Pads

Victor Trumper (1877 - 1915) | Slatted Pads

Jack Hobbs, 1925

Jack Hobbs, 1925

17 Warren Bardsley, 1926, 2-0-0-2. Bardsley became the first Test cricketer to score a century in both innings of a single Test match. He was 43 years old when he made his last Test tour of England in 1926. After captain Herbie Collins was felled by illness after the Second Test, the captaincy duties fell on Bardsley despite his inexperience in that field.

17 Warren Bardsley, 1926, 2-0-0-2. Bardsley became the first Test cricketer to score a century in both innings of a single Test match. He was 43 years old when he made his last Test tour of England in 1926. After captain Herbie Collins was felled by illness after the Second Test, the captaincy duties fell on Bardsley despite his inexperience in that field.

1956:Jim Laker-Cricket.

1956:Jim Laker-Cricket.

Denis Compton.  Middlesex and England

Denis Compton. Middlesex and England

Harold Larwood - England.

Harold Larwood - England.

The inimitable Dennis Lillee was Australia's premier fast bowler throughout the 1970s and into the early 1980s. In 1970/71, he allegedly gave an interview on the BBC where he talked of aiming deliveries at the batsmen, preferring a spot just below the heart. A nice bloke in reality, he became a favourite with English spectators, too, and was Australia's leading wicket-taker with 355 wickets, until the advent of Glenn McGrath and Shane Warne.

The inimitable Dennis Lillee was Australia's premier fast bowler throughout the 1970s and into the early 1980s. In 1970/71, he allegedly gave an interview on the BBC where he talked of aiming deliveries at the batsmen, preferring a spot just below the heart. A nice bloke in reality, he became a favourite with English spectators, too, and was Australia's leading wicket-taker with 355 wickets, until the advent of Glenn McGrath and Shane Warne.