Dennis Lillee

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The Courier Mail
Everyone was scared of me: ThommoI was lucky that way. But the fact I wasn't injured would tell you that my bowl
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
I was lucky that way. But the fact I wasn't injured would tell you that my bowling action was good.media_camera(from left) Dennis Lillee, Jeff Thomson and Rodney Hogg. What do you make of the huge toll of injured Australian fast bowlers these... Read more
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Herald Sun
100 ‘proud to be Aussie’ sports momentsthe opening day of the 1981 Boxing Day Test against the West Indies to help set
Herald Sun / Posted 2 days ago
the opening day of the 1981 Boxing Day Test against the West Indies to help set up an unlikely victory. ON the same day, Dennis Lillee taking three late wickets, including the prize scalp of Viv Richards, to have the Windies 4-10 at stumps. AT... Read more
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Perth Now
The latest WA icon set for the world stagefew stand-outs. If you were thinking sport you would be looking at the likes o
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
few stand-outs. If you were thinking sport you would be looking at the likes of Polly Farmer and Barry Cable in footy; and Dennis Lillee, Rod Marsh and Justin Langer in cricket. In the equine realm you would probably be leaning towards... Read more
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Canberra Times
Ashes 2017: Why David Warner's hateful rhetoric will only backfireAshes series, without the ability to freeze the veins, to cut out peripherals a
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
Ashes series, without the ability to freeze the veins, to cut out peripherals and concentrate solely on the task in hand. Dennis Lillee, Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath did not scour the history books for personal motivation; they simply applied... Read more
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The Age
Ashes 2017: Why David Warner's hateful rhetoric will only backfireAshes series, without the ability to freeze the veins, to cut out peripherals a
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
Ashes series, without the ability to freeze the veins, to cut out peripherals and concentrate solely on the task in hand. Dennis Lillee, Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath did not scour the history books for personal motivation; they simply applied... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Ashes 2017: Why David Warner's hateful rhetoric will only backfireAshes series, without the ability to freeze the veins, to cut out peripherals a
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Ashes series, without the ability to freeze the veins, to cut out peripherals and concentrate solely on the task in hand. Dennis Lillee, Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath did not scour the history books for personal motivation; they simply applied... Read more
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Perth Now
When ‘Pigeon’ ruled the roosturn, we remember the day a relaxed Glenn McGrath left the Poms reeling. That s
Perth Now / Posted 4 days ago
urn, we remember the day a relaxed Glenn McGrath left the Poms reeling. That simple advice from legendary Test speedster Dennis Lillee to fellow Australian paceman Glenn McGrath bore immediate fruit in the second Ashes Test at Lord’s in... Read more
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Perth Now
‘I hope you practice for bouncers’up and then running in trying to bowl short.” The menacing right-armer, who wi
Perth Now / Posted 7 days ago
up and then running in trying to bowl short.” The menacing right-armer, who will keep in regular contact with mentor Dennis Lillee in the lead-up to the first Test, says Joe Root is the wicket the Australian attack will be going... Read more
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Herald Sun
‘I hope you practice for bouncers’up and then running in trying to bowl short.” The menacing right-armer, who wi
Herald Sun / Posted 7 days ago
up and then running in trying to bowl short.” The menacing right-armer, who will keep in regular contact with mentor Dennis Lillee in the lead-up to the first Test, says Joe Root is the wicket the Australian attack will be going... Read more
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Adelaide Now
‘I hope you practice for bouncers’up and then running in trying to bowl short.” The menacing right-armer, who wi
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 days ago
up and then running in trying to bowl short.” The menacing right-armer, who will keep in regular contact with mentor Dennis Lillee in the lead-up to the first Test, says Joe Root is the wicket the Australian attack will be going... Read more
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The Courier Mail
‘I hope you practice for bouncers’up and then running in trying to bowl short.” The menacing right-armer, who wi
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 days ago
up and then running in trying to bowl short.” The menacing right-armer, who will keep in regular contact with mentor Dennis Lillee in the lead-up to the first Test, says Joe Root is the wicket the Australian attack will be going... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
‘I hope you practice for bouncers’up and then running in trying to bowl short.” The menacing right-armer, who wi
Daily Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
up and then running in trying to bowl short.” The menacing right-armer, who will keep in regular contact with mentor Dennis Lillee in the lead-up to the first Test, says Joe Root is the wicket the Australian attack will be going... Read more
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News.com.au
‘I hope you practice for bouncers’up and then running in trying to bowl short.” The menacing right-armer, who wi
News.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
up and then running in trying to bowl short.” The menacing right-armer, who will keep in regular contact with mentor Dennis Lillee in the lead-up to the first Test, says Joe Root is the wicket the Australian attack will be going... Read more
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Daily Mail
What has it come to when reaching the World Cup is met with apathy?after a day's play at an Ashes Test in the Eighties, trying to position myself
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
after a day's play at an Ashes Test in the Eighties, trying to position myself so I could get my autograph book under Dennis Lillee's nose as he walked back to his car surrounded by fans. I finally got in prime position and then promptly trod... Read more
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WA Today
Can you name this team? Why Ashes will mask cricket's declinemore real in distant memory than in the present. Another 40 years from now, is
WA Today / Posted 12 days ago
more real in distant memory than in the present. Another 40 years from now, is the more vivid image of cricket going to be Dennis Lillee from 1975 or Mitchell Johnson from 2013, or Mitchell Starc from 2017? I have a feeling, and it's one that... Read more
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Canberra Times
Malcolm Knox: Ashes will only mask cricket's losing battle for attentionmore real in distant memory than in the present. Another 40 years from now, is
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
more real in distant memory than in the present. Another 40 years from now, is the more vivid image of cricket going to be Dennis Lillee from 1975 or Mitchell Johnson from 2013, or Mitchell Starc from 2017? I have a feeling, and it's one that... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Malcolm Knox: Can you name this team? Why Ashes will mask cricket's declinemore real in distant memory than in the present. Another 40 years from now, is
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
more real in distant memory than in the present. Another 40 years from now, is the more vivid image of cricket going to be Dennis Lillee from 1975 or Mitchell Johnson from 2013, or Mitchell Starc from 2017? I have a feeling, and it's one that... Read more
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The Age
Malcolm Knox: Can you name this team? Why Ashes will mask cricket's declinemore real in distant memory than in the present. Another 40 years from now, is
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
more real in distant memory than in the present. Another 40 years from now, is the more vivid image of cricket going to be Dennis Lillee from 1975 or Mitchell Johnson from 2013, or Mitchell Starc from 2017? I have a feeling, and it's one that... Read more
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Canberra Times
Relentless Storm put the finishing touches on masterpiece of a seasonCooper Cronk's slide-rule passing was a mobile lecture in the subtleties of spa
Canberra Times / Posted 18 days ago
Cooper Cronk's slide-rule passing was a mobile lecture in the subtleties of space and time. Billy Slater at 34 resembles Dennis Lillee at the same age, no longer the fastest but knowing the shortest way home, and when he received the Clive... Read more
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The Age
Relentless Storm put the finishing touches on masterpiece of a seasonCooper Cronk's slide-rule passing was a mobile lecture in the subtleties of spa
The Age / Posted 18 days ago
Cooper Cronk's slide-rule passing was a mobile lecture in the subtleties of space and time. Billy Slater at 34 resembles Dennis Lillee at the same age, no longer the fastest but knowing the shortest way home, and when he received the Clive... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Relentless Storm put the finishing touches on masterpiece of a seasonCooper Cronk's slide-rule passing was a mobile lecture in the subtleties of spa
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 days ago
Cooper Cronk's slide-rule passing was a mobile lecture in the subtleties of space and time. Billy Slater at 34 resembles Dennis Lillee at the same age, no longer the fastest but knowing the shortest way home, and when he received the Clive... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
Cockatoo deaths, property scams and drunken brawlsdo with you". At the station, the officer asked Botham to sign a bat before cha
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 22 days ago
do with you". At the station, the officer asked Botham to sign a bat before charging him. In the end, Botham was bailed by Dennis Lillee, who turned up with a six-pack and his 12-year-old son (who told his father he "wanted to be able to tell his... Read more
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give me sport
England make their team announcement for the Ashes in Australiagreatest sporting stories in history and not those are not just confined to the
give me sport / Posted 22 days ago
greatest sporting stories in history and not those are not just confined to the cricket field. Article continues below Dennis Lillee and Rod Marsh were at Headingly in 1981 with England on the precipice of an innings collapse. The score board... Read more
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News.com.au
Ian Chappell vs. The Establishmentand never got anything he wanted,” says Curtin. “They didn’t like him.” Ian Ch
News.com.au / Posted 26 days ago
and never got anything he wanted,” says Curtin. “They didn’t like him.” Ian Chappell with fast bowlers Jeff Thomson and Dennis Lillee in the Australian dressing room in 1973.Source:News Corp Australia Jenner proposed a vote as to whether or not... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Ian Chappell vs. The Establishmentgot anything he wanted,” says Curtin. “They didn’t like him.”media_cameraIan Ch
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 26 days ago
got anything he wanted,” says Curtin. “They didn’t like him.”media_cameraIan Chappell with fast bowlers Jeff Thomson and Dennis Lillee in the Australian dressing room in 1973. Jenner proposed a vote as to whether or not they would join Chappell.... Read more
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Mumbrella
Cricket Australia creates poem inspired by 1970s bowlers for Women's Ashes Serieshas launched a campaign for the upcoming Women’s Ashes Series with a campaign i
Mumbrella / Posted 27 days ago
has launched a campaign for the upcoming Women’s Ashes Series with a campaign invoking the halcyon 1970s test match days of Dennis Lillee and Jeff Thompson. Adapting the “Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust, if Lillee don’t get you, Thommo must,” line of... Read more
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Gulf News
Sri Lanka says Twenty20 match in Lahore subject to securitycricket’s greatest batsmen, labelled the best he’d seen on Australian soil.“Sob
Gulf News / Posted 28 days ago
cricket’s greatest batsmen, labelled the best he’d seen on Australian soil.“Sobers was brilliant — he absolutely smashed Dennis Lillee to smithereens,” recalled Engineer. “All I could keep on saying was ‘great shot Sobey’ while I was at the other... Read more
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Gulf News
Patil dispatches predictions about Dhoni, YuvrajAcademy.”Patil, who once smashed England pacer Bob Willis for six boundaries in
Gulf News / Posted 1 months ago
Academy.”Patil, who once smashed England pacer Bob Willis for six boundaries in one over and even took on pacers like Dennis Lillee and Jeff Thomson to crack centuries in Australia, was modest when asked how he felt about being a genuine hard... Read more
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