Greg Ritchie, Radio Host & Former Cricketer
One of the characters of cricket, and affectionately known as 'Fat Cat", the burly Greg Ritchie developed into a first class batsman who possessed wonderful timing when in full, glorious flow.
Greg Ritchie headed both test and tour averages in his first international tour, the only Australian to reach three figures in the series.
Ritchie played 30 Tests and scored 1690 runs at an average of 35, including three centuries and seven half centuries.
Greg Ritchie played for Queensland for 10 seasons. In the year 2000 he was named as one of the seven greatest Sheffield Shield run scorers in Queensland history for amassing over 6ooo runs for his state.
Today, Greg Ritchie brings his unique humour each day to Triple M's Home Grown Breakfast Show in Brisbane along with Marto and Tania.
Greg Ritchie is an excellent after dinner speaker and the complete MC for all occasions. He is a motivator capable of inspiring corporate clients and a most humorous raconteur.
Greg Ritchie is the Managing Director of Gulliver's Sports Travel (GST). His partners in the business are Alan Border, Ken Grover and Austin Robertson. GST was established in 1997 and marketed sporting tours specifically cricket and Golf, to all parts of the globe. The business has grown dramatically since its early days and now offers a wide range of services including retail travel, corporate travel, and group and events management.
Greg Ritchie is an ambassador for a number of organizations including Carlton & United Breweries, Callaway Golf, Wesley Corporate Health and Brookwater Golf Club. As an ambassador for these organizations Greg is often called upon to use his ability as a speaker, and a host for various functions.
Only Ritchie and Deep Purple can answer this.
South Africa has not won ICC cricket cup ever.
Ritchie Valens was not married but almost was to his only girlfriend Donna he also made a song dedicated to her.
cricket started in England and is believed to be the first sport ever.
Yes England have played cricket in Scotland.
hve you ever heard of the Internet
yes we will be together and 4 ever I LOVE YOU GREG -LOVE TORRI
Well you race like a cricket and who ever wins is a good at hopping
Yes Cricket was banned in the Tudor times by King Henry the Eighth
It's Greg Louganis
its the best name ever