The Magazine: European Personalities
Craig Wright was the glue that held Scottish cricket together in a glittering career with the Saltires.
Tall and chiseled from granite like a Viking warrior of old, Denmark's Ole Mortensen was a familiar sight in the Derbyshire side for more than a decade.
The Australian of Italian ancestry who played and coached for Italy for 18 years gave everything both on and off the field.
Roland Lefebvre was a lynchpin of Dutch international cricket between 1983 and 2003 before beginning working for the KNCB.
During his time at ICC Europe, Phil Hudson was instrumental in the development of many outstanding European players.
Chris Pearce and his wife Renata run the Kriketová Akademie ČR (the Czech cricket academy) in Prague.
Freddie Klokker has been a pivotal figure in the Denmark side for more than 20 years.
Peter Gough was the glue that held Jersey's batting together during a glittering career.
Jeremy Frith is a true legend in Guernsey cricket, displaying an incredible record of consistency throughout his playing career.
Anybody who builds their own cricket ground has to be admired. Jersey's Jim Perchard is such a person.
Scottish international umpire Mac Wylie officiated at several European tournaments, before falling victim to a newly introduced upper age limit restriction.
Umpires and administrators arenít the first people one thinks of cricket heroes, but Gibraltarís Sunil Chandiramani certainly fits the bill.
Lee Savident was a larger than life character in the Guernsey ranks who played for the island with distinction despite suffering many injuries.
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