Titel: Wellington cricketers
Brett Lee, Damien Wright, Stephen Fleming, Jesse Ryder, Don Neely, Owais Shah, Regan West, Eric Tindill, Ted Badcock, Matthew Bell, Luke Wright, Winston Davis, Bob Holland, Martin Crowe, Jeetan Patel, Iain O'Brien, Martin Donnelly.
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12. Juni 2011 - kartoniert - 72 Seiten
Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 70. Chapters: Brett Lee, Damien Wright, Stephen Fleming, Jesse Ryder, Don Neely, Owais Shah, Regan West, Eric Tindill, Ted Badcock, Matthew Bell, Luke Wright, Winston Davis, Bob Holland, Martin Crowe, Jeetan Patel, Iain O'Brien, Martin Donnelly, Leslie Butler, Denis Blundell, John Richard Reid, James Franklin, Graham Napier, Douglas St. John, Robbie Schaw, Wellington Firebirds, Angus Fraser, Richard Collinge, Cameron Merchant, David Sales, Grant Elliott, Ian Billcliff, Geoff Rabone, Bruce Morrison, Travis Birt, Jack Crawford, Clarrie Grimmett, Jeremy Coney, Dougie Brown, Lakshmipathy Balaji, Mayu Pasupati, Bevan Congdon, Ewen Chatfield, Grahame Bilby, Ernest Bernau, Ross Verry, Mark Gillespie, Paul Allott, Andy McKay, Fraser Quarterman, Stewie Dempster, Paul Hitchcock, Alan Preston, Graeme Welch, Luke Woodcock, Charles Wilson, Tom Lowry, Charles Finlayson, Norman Gallichan, Roger Twose, Andy Pick, Tom Dollery, Harry Boam, Brian Hastings, Gerard Rotherham, David Collins, Walter Mason, Bruce Edgar, Allan Hewson, Ken James, Andrew Jones, Syd Ward, Rex Challies, Gavin Larsen, Charlie Shreck, Dave Crowe, Jack Newman, Bob Blair, Bruce Bolton, George Dickinson, Bruce Murray, Rodney Reid, Roy Sheffield, John Aiken, Trevor Meale, Herb McGirr, Thomas Cobcroft, Robert Vance, Pasty Harris, Carl Berendsen, Graham Burnett, Spiro Zavos, Bruce Taylor, Peter Truscott, Justin Boyle, Lawrie Miller, Matt Henderson, Carl Bulfin, Rodney Redmond, Jack Lamason, Derek Stirling, Joseph Firth, Harry Cave, Tony Pigott, James Tilyard, Henry Foley, Peter Petherick, Richard Jones, Barry Sinclair, Robert Kennedy, John Murtagh, William Collins (sportsman, born 1853), John Morrison, Heath Davis, Mark Cleary, Ervin McSweeney, Paul Barton, Chris Nevin, Trevor McMahon, Sonny Moloney, Evan Gray, Fen Cresswell, Gordon Rowe, John Guy, Don Beard, Jack Saunders, Martin Speight, Mal Matheson, Andrew Penn, Ron Hart, John D'Arcy, Matthew Walker, Eric Fisher, Eric Dempster, Artie Dick, Kevan James, Doug Freeman, Frank Mooney, Eddie McLeod, Trevor Barber, John Beck, Jonathan Millmow, Richard Petrie, Toivo Vaikvee, Tom Pritchard, Simon Kellett, Mark Douglas, Henry Roberts, Neal Parlane, Mark Lane, Mark Beban, Roger Fouhy, Azhar Abbas, Anthony Rohrs, Ernest Upham, Andy Wiren, Andrew Wilson (cricketer, born 1954), Ronald Karaitiana, Ross Ormiston, Lincoln Doull, Errol Mitchell, Selwyn Blackmore, Stephen Gellatly, Timothy Vogel, Kenneth Uttley, Michael Parlane, Mark Jefferson, Sam Fairley, Walter Christopherson, Glenn Jonas, Mark Houghton, Leonard Montague Harris, Stewart Rhodes, Arthur Palethorpe, Arthur Cresswell, Jason Wells, Edward Roberts, Greg Aim, Paul Tindill, Frank Holdsworth, Leighton Burtt, Francis Morice, Grant Donaldson, Victor du Chateau, Fred Beyeler, Stu Mills, Ian Mason, Theodolphus Cox, Raymond Kemp, Joshua Brodie. Excerpt: Brett Lee (born 8 November 1976 in Wollongong, New South Wales) is an Australian cricketer. After breaking into the Australian Test team, Lee was recognised as one of the fastest bowlers in world cricket. In each of his first two years, he averaged less than 20 with the ball, but since then has mostly achieved figures in the early 30s. He is an athletic fielder and useful lower-order batsman, with a batting average exceeding 20 in Test cricket. Together with Mike Hussey, he has held the record for highest 7th wicket partnership for Australia in ODIs since 2005-06 (123). Lee is a fast bowler, one of the fastest the game has ...