Nothing says summertime like the cricket! Full of passionate fans, fierce rivalries and a lot of good natured fun. Cricket has always been a popular sport in England and these are the men who made it that way
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Love him or hate him, there is no denying that Shane Warne is one of Crickets all-time great bowlers. Outstanding and outspoken
One of English Crickets Superstars. Beefy earned the hearts of the nation after the 1981 Ashes, lovingly refered to as Botham's Ashes
Hugely respected England Captain led the National team to 3rd in the Test rankings.
Since retirement Hussain has gone on to become a pundit for Sky TV
One of the greatest Cricketers to have ever lived, The Right Excellent Sir Garfield Sobers began his cricketing career in 1954 and has seen it all!
One time King of the Jungle and now Captain on Question of Sport, Tuffers was once affectionatly known as The Cat for his ability to fall asleep anywhere!
Captain of the England team that finally won the Ashes after an 18 year wait.
One of England's finest batsmen
Regarded as one of England's greatest ever opening Batsmen - His partnership with Michael Vaughan will always be rememebered in English Cricket
With a career from 1973 - 2000 Gooch is a one off in the world of Cricket. A dominant and aggressive batsman and respected captain
Outspoken Yorkshireman not afraid to give his opinion when he sees fit! Represented England during the 1960s and 1970s before moving into the commentary box
World famous cricket umpire, renowned for his eccentricities and attention to detail. An English Gentleman and character
Famous as a Cricket pundit on Sky Sports and as team captain on 'they think its all over' - but before that Gower was a stylish batsman and captain of the 1985 Ashes winning team
Former England Captain and part of the 2005 Ashes winning team has gone onto become the ECB's Director of Cricket
The Great Gattsby. Mike Gatting represented England between 1978 and 1995. A brave and bullish batsman
Cult hero among English Cricket fans, Malcolm was one of England's greatest fast bowlers with a natural ability and strength
One of English Crickets most complete batsmen with an international career from 1993 - 2002
Orthodox Spin Bowler with an England career spanning from 2000 - 2008.
Hoggie now works with Loughborogh Lightening ladies T20 as a coach
Represented England between 1989 and 2003 - making his name as formidable captain and batsman
Cricketer of the year 1980, Lamby's aggressive batting style and technique made him a hugely popular favourite amongst the Cricket Fans
Popular voice on TalkSport radio, Harmy is part of a generation of English cricketers that rode a wave of success after the 2005 Ashes
New Zealand Batsman and former captain turned into a cricket commentator