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The best batsmen I've seen

In the post-Bradman era, these players delighted spectators and deflated the opposition with their ability to dominate the most fearsome attacks

Gerry Alexander 1928-2011

'He upheld all the virtues of cricket'

Gerry Alexander, who kept wicket for West Indies during the tied Test, has been remembered by his opponents in that match as a pioneer of the wicketkeeper-batsman trend, and as a man who helped ensure the game was played in the right spirit

Neil Harvey

Stamp of approval

When the Don set his praise down on wood

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Graeme Pollock on Neil Harvey

Small and special

First was Bradman, of course. Next came this pocket-sized colossus