Sir Len Hutton - Captain of England during the Fifth Test Match at the Oval, during the Ashes series against Australia in the heady summer of 1938. Hutton made 364 (caught: Hassett bowled: O'Reilly) - still the highest individual Test score by an English batsman - in England's team total of 903 - 7 (declared). England won the match by an innings and 579 runs.
The greatest cricket team of all time. West Indies 1981. Back (L-R): Derek Parry, Desmond Haynes, Malcolm Marshall, Michael Holding, Joel Garner, Colin Croft, Collis King, Larry Gomes, David Murray Front (L-R): Andy Roberts, Lawrence Rowe, Deryck Murray, Clive Lloyd (Captain), Alvin Kallicharran, Vivian Richards, Gordon Greenidge