By the end of the 2009/2010 South Africa domestic cricket season, Juan Theron was the name on the lips of everyone that follows South African cricket.
'Come onnnnnn!' The familiar guttural roar of Peter Siddle, right index finger aloft, charging past a defeated batsman and into the arms of his 'keeper and slips to mark each of his 192 Test wickets.
England top order batsman Ian Bell is one of the most experienced players in the current Ashes series, and chatted to Cricket365 about his preparations, Trevor Bayliss, and facing Mitchell Johnson again.
When one is offered five minutes to chat with West Indies legend Brian Lara, you take it immediately and say thank you, even if he's on a scratchy phone line from St Kitts.
There was no finer sight in cricket in the 1990s than watching Curtly Ambrose on song. His flowing run up, high action and out and out aggression was awe inspiring to watch.