SHANE WARNE GLENN MCGRATH RICKY PONTING BRETT LEE RARE HAND SIGNED SHIRT ODI WITH COA JSA RARE Your price: $9995 Category: Memorabilia For inquiries: 0477 555 557 Shipping Free shipping to anywhere around the globe. Features • This Authentic shirt is personally hand signed by Shane Warne, Ricky Ponting, Brett Lee and Glenn McGrath and is the only one online with all four signatures together • The frame measures at L 880mm H 1107mm • The frame comes with custom photos of Shane Warne and is accompanied by a gold plaque with each of the cricketer’s name • The frame in the photos is the actual frame for sale and not a concept • The signed shirt is proven to be authentic as it comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. Item ships affixed with two holograms one from MJB Memorabilia serial-numbered and tampered proof Authentication Hologram and JSA Authentication • There is free shipping to any destination in the world. • You can view the memorabilia piece before purchasing it through a zoom meeting, Skype, Facetime • The shirt comes with a Database Hologram Verification Number MJB 100689 and JSA XX03405 • It costs $9995 only. • AfterPay is available and PayPal pay by 4 You’ll rarely find a symbol of the sporting excellence of four different cricketing legends embedded in one item/artefact. But here we have an ODI shirt signed by none other than Ricky Ponting, Shane Warne, Brett Lee, and Glen McGrath. In 1995, young Ricky Ponting burst onto the international cricketing scene with an unrelenting desire to win at all costs. He was one of the most uncompromising batsmen the game of cricket had ever seen and now the only thing anyone can debate is exactly where to put him among the high ranks of the cricketing greats! He had all the ingredients of a superior cricketing batsman and he combined these attributes to exert dominance over his fellow bowlers and smash almost every batting record around. Ricky Ponting amassed runs everywhere he went and made his fellow Australians beam with pride. Only Sachin Tendulkar has more centuries in ODIs and Tests combined than Ricky Ponting and he is Australia’s most successful run-maker to date. In 1992, Shane Warne made his international cricketing debut, and although his entry wasn’t spectacular, no one could doubt the abundance of talent bubbling inside him just waiting to be unleashed. After just one year of consistent practice, his accuracy improved drastically and he came back to the cricketing pitch with a vengeance. Many batsmen were quickly bamboozled by his newfound tricks and if they stepped out on the cricket pitch in front of him, they knew he’d cut their time short in no time. He even produced what many commentators liked to call the ‘ball of the century’ on June 4, 1993, to English batter Mike Gatting in the 1993 Ashes Series. It was this delivery that signalled the resurgence of leg-spin bowling in international cricket. Shane Warne went on to become one of Australia’s most powerful bowlers, taking 708 test wickets and becoming the first cricketer to exceed 700 test wickets. He appeared in 145 test matches and is even the record holder for the most runs made by a test player without making a century. He was very instrumental in Australia’s meteoric rise to fame in cricketing as a dominant force to reckon with. He also played key roles in the World Cup games of 1996 and 1999. Australia’s glorious streak in cricket during the 2000s would have never come to pass if their team didn’t have the potent bowling weapon of Brett Lee in their cricketing armoury. Brett Lee was a master of fast bowling and is arguably the fastest bowler to ever grace a cricket pitch. He mastered almost every trick in the fast-bowling book, making him a pacer who was feared both near and far. Brett Lee had many variations to his bowling and so every time he approached the pitch, the poor batsmen didn’t know what to expect and were like sitting ducks in his hands. A flurry of wickets followed him wherever he went, especially in the ODI matches. Brett Lee’s skills as a bowler seemingly peaked at the World Cup and he became an essential part of the Australian cricketing squad which took home the World Cup titles in 2003 and 2007. Another skill of Brett Lee that was often underrated is his batting prowess. He’d often produce precious runs for his team in times of dire need and he could hold his own out there on the field, too. Thus, he brought all three skills to the game of cricket and will go down in history as one of Australia’s best all-rounders. Glenn McGrath was catapulted onto the cricketing scene in 1993 at the age of 23 to replace Merv Hughes and everyone quickly found out that he was a bowling force to reckon with! In a world where bowling talent is ubiquitous, Glenn McGrath’s bowling excellence was extremely rare. In a career that spanned 14 years, Glenn McGrath holds the record for the most wickets ever made in the World Cup. He also has taken 381 ODI wickets, the 7th highest number ever achieved by any cricketer. He is 5th on the list of all test bowlers and he is the 2nd most successful fast bowler in terms of total career test wickets. His greatness was magnified by his ability to maintain a precise line and length and it was this menacing consistency that drove fear into the hearts of all those he faced. He would also frequently team up with Shane Warne, creating a duo that mentally crippled their opponents before they even walked on to the pitch. This helped to give his team improbable victories and even ruthless whitewashes against less worthy opponents. So if you want a symbol of the cricketing excellence embedded in the great Ricky Ponting, Shane Warne, Brett Lee, and Glen McGrath, then grab this ODI shirt now before it’s too late! We’d usually price such a relic at a much higher rate but today we’re giving our regular visitors of MJB Memorabilia a chance to revel in the nostalgic bliss of a piece from not one cricketing legend, not two cricketing legends but all of four!