All-rounder Jonathan Neil Rhodes, Advisor-cum-Fielding Coach of Mumbai Indians, is a legendary South African cricketer who has earned a reputation for being the best fielder in the world, apart from making notable contributions in the departments of batting and bowling.
Legendary South African cricketer, Jonty Rhodes joined us at the resort this Winter Season. It was great having Jonty and his family with us, and hope to see them on our slopes again in the future... Photo by: Shawn Van Zyl
Jonty Rhodes seems to have made a life-long connection with India after he named his newborn daughter 'India Jeanne Rhodes'. The legendary South African fielder enjoys as much fan following as Indian cricketers after joining Mumbai Indians as its FIELDING coach. Now, by naming his DAUGHTER India, he has only taken his love for his 'second-home' a notch higher.
Don Bradman with his "Don Bradman" brand Sykes bat, ca. 1932 / by Sam Hood Format: Glass photonegative Notes: Find out more about our passion for cricket at Discover Collections - Cricket in Australia www.sl.nsw.gov.au/discover_collections/society_art/cricke... From the collections of the Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales www.sl.nsw.gov.au Persistent url: http://acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/item/itemDetailPaged.aspx?itemID=50717
Hughes burst on to the scene at 18 with a half-century in his first-class debut in 2007; he became the youngest man to score a century in a Shield final. Less than a year later, Hughes replaced legendary Test opener Matthew Hayden on Australia's tour of South Africa. Hughes scored 350 runs in his first 4 innings including 115 and 160 in his second Test, making him the youngest Australian to score a Test century and the youngest cricketer in history to reach three figures twice in one Test.