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Lillee

Dennis (Keith). born 1949, Australian cricketer who, by the end of the 1982--83 season, had taken what was then world record total of 355 wickets in 65 tests
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Working with Dennis Lillee was an honour, and despite what some people may think he was very approachable and something of a gentle giant.
Also played for Rishton in the Lancashire League like Viv Richards, of West Indies and Dennis Lillee of Australia .
Sydney, May 6 ( ANI ): Australian fast bowling legend Dennis Lillee has reportedly quit his mentoring job with Cricket Australia (CA) after demanding more money for his services.
Summary: Sydney: Fast bowling great Dennis Lillee has questioned the workrate of Australia's current crop of .
Botham's Ashes remain untainted by the later revelation that Aussie bargain hunters Dennis Lillee and Rod Marsh pocketed pounds 7,500 between them when those 500-1 odds became a mathematical opportunity too good to miss.
GLAMORGAN'S young seam bowling quartet have headed to India to seek advice from Australian bowling legend Dennis Lillee.
Working with Dennis Lillee on my run-up and action has hopefully helped me do that.
Seamers Jammy Anyon and Tim Groenewald will be travelling to Chennai to work with former Australia Test fast bowler Dennis Lillee at his fast bowling academy while batsmen Jonathan Trott, Ian Westwood and rising academy star Bhavik Patel will be heading to Mumbai to attend specialist spin bowling sessions at the World Cricket Academy.
Left-arm paceman Johnson was tipped for the top as a teenager by Aussie legend Dennis Lillee, but numerous injuries over the years meant he was made to wait until the age of 24 for his international debut.
Yesterday he broke the previous record of 85, set by Aussie paceman Dennis Lillee in 1981, after racking up a superb three-wicket haul against South Africa in Perth.
And Dennis Lillee was practically a shrinking violet.
Sydney, Feb 22 ( ANI ): Former Australian captain Steve Waugh has backed pace sensation Mitchell Johnson to equal the prowess of fast bowling legend Dennis Lillee, who reworked Johnson's action 12 months ago.