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Five Legends of Cricket, Hand Signed Bat, Framed - Waugh, Lara, Richards, Hadlee & Botham - SPECIAL PLUS BONUS!

  • Product SKU: CR1141
  • Edition: 40
  • Framed Size: 1100 x 550 (mm)
  • Signature: Personally signed by Steve Waugh, Brian Lara, Sirs Viv Richards, Richard Hadlee, and Ian Botham
  • Certificate of Authenticity: Yes
  • Unframed Price: $695.00 + $40.00 delivery
  • Framed Price: $995.00 + $45.00 delivery

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Licensed from the Knights of Cricket with additional, exclusive signings held with Brian Lara and Steve Waugh by Sports Online in January, 2015 (photos of all signings are available). The bat is full-size. Limited to an edition of only 40.

We have now sold over half of this edition.

Interest-Free Instalment Option: 3 monthly payments of $245.00 (unframed) or $346.67. (framed). The item is shipped after the final instalment is paid.

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BONUS - BUY THIS PIECE AND RECEIVE AN ASHES "GREAT PERFORMANCES" BAT HAND SIGNED BY 24 INCLUDING BENAUD, BORDER, THOMSON, HEALY, TAYLOR, DAVIDSON, HARVEY, BOON AND SIMPSON VALUED AT $695!

Steve Waugh, AO is a former Australian cricketer and fraternal twin of cricketer Mark Waugh. A right-handed batsman, he was also a successful medium-pace bowler. Born in New South Wales, with whom he began his first class cricket career in 1984, he captained the Australian Test cricket team from 1999 to 2004, and was the most capped Test cricket player in history, with 168 appearances, until Sachin Tendulkar of India broke this record in 2010. Thought of in the early stages of his career as only "a moderately talented player", at one point losing his Test place to his brother Mark, Waugh went on to become one of the leading batsmen of his time. He is one of only 11 players to have scored over 10,000 Test runs, led Australia to fifteen of their record sixteen consecutive Test wins, and to victory in the 1999 Cricket World Cup. He was named Australian of the Year in 2004 for his philanthropic work, and inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame in front of his home fans at the Sydney Cricket Ground in January 2010.

Brian Lara played 131 Tests, scoring almost 12,000 runs at an average of 52.88 with a high score of 400 not out, as well as 299 ODIs in which he averaged over 40 runs per innings. A true great and all style. Certainly the finest West Indian cricketer of the last 3 decades.

Sir Viv Richards? You knew when he was coming. The outgoing batsman would already have disappeared into the pavilion, and the expectation of what was to follow filled the air. Viv kept you waiting... time to ponder. Then he appeared, sauntering, swaggering, arms windmilling slowly. He would take guard, and then, head tilted back slightly and chewing his gum, he would walk a few paces down the pitch to tap it while looking the bowler in the eye. It was calculated menace and magnificent theatre from arguably the most devastating batsman of all time.

Sir Ian Botham was not merely the top English cricketer of the 1980s but the leading sports personality. In an era of discreet footballers - before Paul Gascoigne and David Beckham - he commanded endless newspaper headlines as his career surged improbable heights and bottomless depths. Within a year of being elevated from Somerset to his England debut in 1977, he was undisputed as the country's leading allrounder; within three years he was captain; within four, he had resigned (a minute before being sacked), his form shot to pieces. Then began the most famous few weeks in English cricket history when Botham (under Mike Brearley's captaincy) led England to an astonishing Ashes victory with three performances - two with bat, one with ball - of mystical brilliance. Every one led to victory and among them they caused a boom in support for English cricket that reverberated through the decade.

Few players in the history of cricket have carried the fortunes of their team to quite the same extent as Sir Richard Hadlee. By the time he retired from international cricket in 1990, at the age of 39 and with a knighthood newly conferred upon him for his services to the game, Hadlee had cemented his place as one of the great fast bowlers of all time, and lifted New Zealand to unprecedented feats in the Test arena. As the first player to reach 400 Test wickets, Hadlee was always assured of immortality, but in addition to his matchless skills with the ball, he was also a hard-hitting batsman of unquestioned skill, and he is acknowledged as one of the four great allrounders of the 1980s, along with Ian Botham, Imran Khan and Kapil Dev.

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Delivery Times:

  • In Stock - Ready as Ordered: 3-9 working days via Courier or Australia Post
  • In Stock - Framing Required: 1-2 weeks framing time plus above.
  • Out of stock but available framed from supplier: Approx. 1-2 weeks
  • Out of stock - framing required: Approx. 3-4 weeks
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