- Nov 26, 2018
- AFL Club
Reckon Border would slot into the Roosevelt spot. Similar personality to Roosevelt too.Did I miss out on the all-time edition? Would kinda better suit the concept of honouring longstanding legacies. Bradman, Benaud, Trumper... could be a bloodbath for that Roosevelt spot. But ok, just this recent decade. I'll play along, sorta.
It's pretty easy for me. 1 vote each to Clarke, Lyon, Johnson, Smith and Warner. 2 votes to Perry, no truer way to encapsulate the game's most significant strides forward over the past ten years, but perhaps the exercise demands her exclusion via technicality a la Mr. Paine (Thomas, not Tim)--if so, shift Clarke up to 2 votes, and give Cummins 1 even though his best is still be ahead of him. Apologies to Watto.
how surprising given we live in what has for the majority of its history been a predominantly anglo-saxon country and are discussing a game that for the majority of its history has been played by menFour boring old white men? Haven't you people learned anything? How about Meg Lanning, Tayla Harris, Eddie Gilbert, and Tayla Harris a second time.