Shane Warne is the leading wicket takers with 195 wickets.
England won Ashes in 2005. by the margin of 2-1 where Micheal Vaughan was Captain. But Andrew Flintoff was very impressive along with Shane Warne both with Bat & Ball. No they won the Ashes then in England, not Australia.
Shane Warne played for Australia. However, he no longer plays. he retiered in 2006 after englands 5-0 ashes thrashing in Australia.
Peter Such took 16 wickets in the 1993 Ashes
Neither. It is associated with Cricket. It is a competition between England and Australia which origianated when the wickets were burned and the ashes were put into a small urn.
Graham Dilley took 16 wickets in the 1986 Ashes Cheers Dan
England really has never been a good team in dealing with spin bowling. After all during the Ashes Series, Shane Warne almost every time got many wickets. So when England go to places with big spinning wickets like India and Sri Lanka they will never perform as well as if they were playing on a fast bouncy wickets. Batsmen like KP who like to try and "sweep" spinners and play across the line will never make as much runs as he can against pace bowlers. England batsmen need to take some time in the nets just practicing to play different types of spin. The English ground staff should also prepare some slow turning wickets for the English players to practice on.
The Ball of the Century, which occurred on the second day of the first Test of the 1993 Ashes series, was bowled by Shane Warne to Mike Gatting.
ben hilfenhous- 18 wickets
They aren't the ashes of a person. The tradition is that it is the ashes of the bails from the wickets of the first Ashes test. The name came from a editorial of a newspaper saying (after an English defeat) that English cricket had died and the ashes sent to Australia.
Firstly, his name was Harold Larwood, and he took 33 wickets in that series