By: Tom Pennington Posted September 14, 2018 07:00:42 The story of one player’s life is that of another.

For that, we can thank a few lucky people, like Ricky Ponting and Tim Lincecum, who were lucky enough to play for the right teams and play at the right time.

Lincecalve played his way through the system and has gone on to become the best pitcher in the history of Australian cricket.

LYNNSON: There’s no doubt in my mind that Lincecave has had a huge impact on the game of cricket.

I know I have been fortunate to play with him.

He’s been a part of my career.

I have always had a great respect for him, and he has been a great asset for the game.

LICHECCAVE: It’s great to see him get a little bit of recognition for what he’s done for the sport, and to get a bit of respect from the fans as well.

That’s the only thing I can think of that has made me really happy.

It’s not easy to play a position like that, and I think for some reason when I did it I was so focused on what I was doing, and not on the team.

So when you’re a good player, you’ve got to have a good work ethic.

You’ve got a work ethic to keep your team mates and yourself focused.

That was my focus.

And then, of course, you have to have your confidence in yourself.

You have to know what you’re capable of and what you can do and then you’ve just got to go out there and go out and play.

LYRICH: You’ve obviously been in the position of being in the middle of a World Cup campaign, which is always tough.

And you’ve played for your country, and you’ve gone through the World Cup with Australia.

It was always going to be a tough time, but you know, at the end of the day, I think it’s good to be able to take some positives from the experience.

I think I have played my part in the development of Australian cricketers, and obviously in my career I’ve had some great memories.

I can’t wait to get back out there, and play for my country.

It’ll be great to get on with the World Series.

LIPTON: I’m a little disappointed in myself.

I don’t know how I could have played at the top of my game.

I was at the absolute top of the game, and then I lost it and got out of the top spot.

LOUDON: It was just the perfect opportunity.

I got to bat and go through my whole career in the right places, and it was an incredible experience.

And obviously, I had a fantastic time in South Africa, and had a lot of good memories with the boys.

It all came together when I got called up.

I didn’t even realise that it was a World Series match until the week before.

I had played a lot, and now it’s just a matter of me playing a couple of games and seeing what happens.

LYDON: I have a little regret that I wasn’t in the World Cups.

I felt that if I wasn.

LOVETT: I was there for a long time, I was with a lot and I enjoyed it a lot.

LIGER: I don�t regret anything.

I still get a kick out of it.

LYCECCA: I felt like I was on a pretty good team.

You know, when you look at it now, the only things that have changed are the batsmen.

I just don�T have a batting coach anymore, and that’s just me.

LUGAN: It would have been a lot different.

It would be a lot more fun to bat in front of a crowd of 15,000.

I wouldn’t have had the time to go through all that pain, but I would have loved it.

BRIAN: I’ve always been a bit sad about it.

I always say, I wish I had just had a few years and stayed in Australia.

I’d have loved to have stayed.

I’ve never been a very good fielder, so I think maybe I should have stayed home.

I guess that’s the way it is.

LIEBRE: I thought I played pretty good at the start of the year, and my form was good, so the decision was made to play.

That could have been done in three or four weeks.

But I didn�t play well enough to warrant a recall.

I thought my form improved a little more after that, so hopefully that will happen again.

LUNGE: It wasn�t the easiest thing.

I wanted to stay here, and for me to leave Australia was tough, and after that I was disappointed.

But for me, the best thing was that I got out