In my life time... <br />
Batsman Sashin Tendulkar. <br />
Fast Bowler Jeff tompson. <br />
Fielder Jonty Rhodes. <br />
Keeper Rodney Marsh. <br />
Spinner Shane Warne

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Adam Gilchrist was a much better keeper than Marsh

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Nope He was a better batsman keeper. Rod Marsh had the super spinging legs that could allow hit to make catches at greater angles of deflection then Gilchrist. :) In a pure keeping role i pick Marsh.

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Don't agree.

Gillie stood up to the stumps through most of Warnes career and did an admirable job. Its much easier when you are standing back 40 yards.

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Yes gilchrist was a good keeper. We all have our own favourites for different reasons.

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Rodney "Iron Gloves" Marsh

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@NedKelly1 Yep catching lillies and tompsons edges at full strech.. what a site to savour. :)

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I Prefer Gilchrist over Marsh. He is a great player as well as best wicket keeper in the history of Cricket.

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Of all time it must be Glenn McGrath and Adam Gilchrist

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Hmmmm. I really respect them :)

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Sr Don Bradman <br />
Inzamam Ul Haq<br />
Sachin Tendulkar

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Inzamam ul Haq is master piece class and all time favourite batsman. His ability to hit the shot where he want distinguish it from others.

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I agree Izamqn ul Haq is a mastepiece,

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He doesn't play anymore but I love Freddie Flintoff

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Yes , He is a nice player too :) I always love to see him playing against Australia

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Is Jiminy Cricket okay to say?

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Its Duminy of SA :) not Jiminy

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Jiminy Cricket is a small cricket who first appeared in Disney's 1940 animated film, Pinocchio...

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Well i dont know about it.

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