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Great Players ... famous Cricketers ... All time cricket greats


Lets have a look at the three players that are looked upon by many as being the best in thier class in cricket. There are of course many famous cricketers and famous players today, the three guys we have listed below are legends in the sport.

Sir Donald George Bradman

Sir Donald George Bradman - Greatest Batsman of all time

Considered one of the top and best batsmen of all time.

Sir Donald George Bradman must surely be the greatest batsman of all time.

In his last test innings at the Oval in 1948 he needed 4 runs to end with an average of 100. He was bowled by Eric Hollies for a duck.

His test average of 99.94 and first-class average of 95.14 are both world records. His 974 runs in a single test series event is also a record.

He scored two triple centuries and 12 double centuries in test cricket and was once left stranded on 299.


Alfred "Titch" Freeman

Alfred Titch Freeman - considered the best first class bowler of all time

Considered the best First Class bowler of all time.

While he only played 12 tests with limited success, Alfred 'Titch' Freeman is possibly the greatest first-class bowler ever.

A short leg-spin googly bowler, he took 3,776 first-class wickets (second only to Wilfred Rhodes) and is the only bowler to take 300 wickets in a single-season (in 1928).

He took over 200 wickets in the next seven seasons, and remains the only man to take all 10 wickets in an innings thrice and 17 wickets in a match twice.


C B Fry

CB FRY - Considered one of the greatest all rounders

Considered one of the greatest of all rounders in history.

One of the greatest all-rounders in the true sense is CB Fry.

He captained England at cricket, played for England in football he equaled the world long-jump record.

Moving away from sport he was offered the Kingship of Albania.

He represented India at the League of Nations, and Hitler consulted with him when he was developing the Youth Programme in Germany.