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David Gower - one of the most elegant batsmen to play the game!

David Gower on his meeting with a Graham Gooch, Mickey Stewart and Peter Lush, after his Tiger Moth moment. "What could have been a nice chat, turned into an hour of psychology, ambition and dedication".

Don Bradman with his "Don Bradman" brand Sykes bat, ca. 1932 / by Sam Hood Format: Glass photonegative Notes: Find out more about our passion for cricket at Discover Collections - Cricket in Australia www.sl.nsw.gov.au/discover_collections/society_art/cricke... From the collections of the Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales www.sl.nsw.gov.au Persistent url: http://acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/item/itemDetailPaged.aspx?itemID=50717

Sir Donald Bradman - Australian cricketer, had a lifetime test average of runs, considered by many to be the greatest player of the century

Jimmy Anderson - the most successful English bowler of all time.

Jimmy Anderson - still active, and already England's most successful Test Match bowler of all time. When Anderson is 'on song', he's virtually unplayable.

Sachin Tendulkar kisses his helmet after reaching his 100th hundred, Bangladesh v India, Asia Cup, Mirpur, March 16, 2012©AFP — at Mirpur Cricket Stadium.

My all time favourite cricketer Sachin Tendulkar kisses his helmet after reaching his hundred, Bangladesh v India, Asia Cup, Mirpur, March — at Mirpur Cricket Stadium.

Ian Botham. From the days when you could still be a buccaneer and play at the highest level.

Sir Ian Botham - pictured here in 1981 smoking a cigar before his match-winning 149 not out during the third Test against Australia at Headingley - said he now only plays cricket

The Thing (1982)

This week on Best Movie Art Ever (This Week) we're celebrating the work of prolific print illustrator Tyler Stout! Tyler Stout is a Washington-based artist whose work you've probably seen if you've spent any time in Austin. The famously film-lov