Annabel Croft

British Tennis Champion, Annabel Croft retired from professional tennis at the age of twenty-one. Annabel was born in London and raised in Kent where she learnt to play tennis at the age of nine. She soon emerged as a player of immense promise and within three years had become the National Champion at under 12yrs, … Read moreAnnabel Croft

The Late Shane Warne

Shane Warne tragically passed away on the 4th of March 2022. This webpage detailing Shane Warne’s incredible career will be updated shortly.

Marion Bartoli

Marion won the 2013 Wimbledon Championships singles title after previously being runner-up in 2007, and was also a semifinalist at the 2011 French Open. During her Tennis career, Marion won seven Women’s Association singles titles and three doubles titles. Marion defeated three reigning world no. 1 players in her career: Justine Henin in the semifinal … Read moreMarion Bartoli

Steve Waugh

Former Captain of Australia. Steve Waugh was the captain of the Australian Test cricket team from 1997 – Jan 2004. He made his debut as an all-rounder complementing his batting with handy medium pace, Steve came into the Australian ODI and test teams in the summer of 1985-86 (against New Zealand and India respectively), at … Read moreSteve Waugh

Shaun Udal

An off spin bowler and lower-middle order batsman, he was a member of England’s Test team in 2005. In the domestic game, Shaun played for Hampshire between 1988 and 2007. Shaun was named Hampshire Cricket Society Player of the Year in 1993 and 2002. Shaun played in ten One-day Internationals in 1994 and 1995, including the winter tour … Read moreShaun Udal

Shaun Pollock

Former Captain of South Africa. One of the greatest ever South African opening bowlers and a talented all rounder. Shaun grew up ‘living and breathing’ cricket as his dad, Peter led the South African team through the 1960s and his uncle, Graeme, set new standards as one of the finest left-handers in the game. Shaun … Read moreShaun Pollock

Shane Watson

Shane Watson debuted for the Australian cricket team in 2002, playing his first one-day international against South Africa.   Shane started his first-class cricketing career for Tasmanian Tigers after leaving his home state of Queensland, but returned to play for his native Queensland Bulls as his international career was beginning. He has also played for Hampshire … Read moreShane Watson

Mike Gatting

Test Debut: England v Pakistan at Karachi, 3rd Test, 1977/78 Last Test: England v Australia at Perth, 5th Test, 1994/95 Major Teams: England, Middlesex, Marylebone Cricket Club Wisden Cricketer of the Year 1984 A prolific county batsman who amassed nearly a hundred centuries over his long career, He captained England and was the last English … Read moreMike Gatting

Jonty Rhodes

Probably the greatest fielder of all time. Jonty Rhodes  is a former South African Test and One Day International cricketer who played for the South African cricket team between 1992 and 2003. He was born in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. As a right-handed batsman he was noted for his quick running, however he was especially noted … Read moreJonty Rhodes

Jacques Kallis

Test Debut: South Africa v England at Durban, 3rd Test, 1995 Major Teams: Glamorgan, Middlesex, South Africa, Western Province Cape Cobra’s, Kolkata Knight Ryders, Royal Challenges Bangalore and Sydney Thunder.   A promising rugby fly-half as a teenager, Kallis could just as easily have been starring for the Springboks as the Proteas. After a distinctly … Read moreJacques Kallis