Stuart MacGill 1998-1999 Ashes Test Worn Shirt, Framed - KIDNAP SPECIAL!

  • Product SKU: CR1029
  • Edition: Unique
  • Framed Size: 1000 x 860 (mm)
  • Signature: Personally signed by Stuart MacGill
  • Certificate of Authenticity: Yes

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This authentic Australian Test shirt was worn by Stuart MacGill during the 1998-1999 Ashes Series . A wonderful piece of memorabilia from Australia's cricket memorabilia specialists, Sports Online.

The 'line' in the image is only a shadow. Now reduced in price!

"Magilla" took an amazing 27 wickets in just 4 Tests in this Ashes Series, including a "12 for" at the SCG (appropriately!). Magnificent bowling.

Interest-Free Instalment Option Plan: 3 monthly payments of $278.33. The item is sent after the final payment is made.

208 Test wickets is wonderful bowling in anyone's language and it is readily accepted that he would have taken more than 500 in any other era, much as Garner or Croft may have if playing in another period than during the Windies when fast bowlers aplenty were destroying batsmen around the world.

208 Test Wickets means that, to be fair to him and outside Warne, SCG MacGill was the greatest Australian spinner of the modern era.

An old-fashioned operator with a gargantuan legbreak and majestic wrong'un, Stuart MacGill had the best strike-rate of any modern spin bowler. His misfortune was to play alongside Shane Warne in an age when Australia, the land of Grimmett and O'Reilly, paradoxically frowned on the concept of fielding two wrist-spinners at once. After showing they could work in tandem with 13 wickets against Pakistan at Sydney in 2005, MacGill hoped for more double-act opportunities. Playing seven matches in 2005-06, he dismantled the World XI with nine victims and accepted 16 wickets in the two-game series against Bangladesh. The following season, after injuring his knee on John Buchanan's boot camp, he didn't play a Test, but encouragement came when Warne left international cricket at the end of the Ashes.

MacGill stayed philosophical throughout his career, eagerly running in and invariably running amok. He captured 53 wickets in 11 Tests during Warne's 12-month drugs ban in 2003-04. He was always prolific at the state level and played key parts in numerous New South Wales triumphs. And he led the Sixers to a BBL triumph.

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This piece was acquired by Sports Online directly from SCG MacGill. The frame may have some very minor blemishes, reflecting its age. The 'stripe' on the photo is simply a shadow. No such stripe actually appears on the piece.

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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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