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Jason Gillespie

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After taking 259 wickets in 71 Tests to become Australia's sixth-highest wicket-taker, Jason Gillespie has remained involved in cricket, and is the current coach of Yorkshire County Cricket Club.

Member Since:
May 2013
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Yorkshire Vikings!
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DIZZY: They called me ‘Dizzy’ and that was that – I was part of it

DIZZY: They called me 'Dizzy' and that was that - I was part of it

30 Jan 2015

My first memory of the Australian Cricket Team when I was involved was the 1996 World Cup. We had been having a fantastic season as a team for South Australia and I had been amongst the wickets as well.

DIZZY: Sledging a sign of pride and passion more than ill-will

DIZZY: Sledging a sign of pride and passion more than ill-will

13 Jan 2015

I have a confession to make. I really enjoyed the ‘sledging’ or ‘chirping’ during this series. Now before I get shouted down from the rooftops, I would like to give you my take on it.

DIZZY: My Boxing Day Test memories

DIZZY: My Boxing Day Test memories

24 Dec 2014

The Boxing Day Test is an institution, and I’m not just talking about the cricket match either.

DIZZY: Australia ring the changes, but should win comfortably

DIZZY: Australia ring the changes, but should win comfortably

17 Dec 2014

The first Test played at Adelaide Oval was a fantastic match. It was always going to be an incredibly emotional match following the tragic passing of Phillip Hughes.

DIZZY: A true(ish) version of my 201*

DIZZY: A true(ish) version of my 201*

12 Dec 2014

After defeating Bangladesh in Dhaka in the first Test in our 2006 tour, we moved to Chittagong for the second and final Test of the series. My Adelaide cricket club teammate Dan Cullen made his debut, which was great.

DIZZY: Scrap T20 internationals and trial four-day Tests

DIZZY: Scrap T20 internationals and trial four-day Tests

24 Nov 2014

Cricket is unique. No other sport has three formats – one that lasts multiple days using a red ball, and two games that are played over 50 and 20 overs respectively using a white ball.

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