Bowled over by his "double", England and Sussex cricket captain Tony Greig inspects Madame Tussaud's latest wax portrait figure. The portrait, by sculptor Stuart Smith, was specially taken to Hove today for a preview as Sussex battled with Lancashire in the county Champioship. It is soon to be placed in the Conservatory at Madame Tussaud's in London next to golfer Tony Jacklin's portrait . Former cricketer Tony Greig and Madame Tussaud wax likeness.
Tony Greig's verbal jousting with Bill Lawry were the stuff of commentating legend.
Tony Greig wearing a safety helmet and holding cricket bat in 1975.
The touring World XI cricket team prior to the Sydney Test match of the Rest of the World XI tour of Australia on 8 January 1972. The match ended in a draw and the Rest of the World XI won the five match series 2-1.
Standing (from left) Bob Cunis (NZ), Zaheer Abbas (Pakistan), Sunil Gavaskar (India), Farokh Engineer (India), Bob Taylor (England), Bishan Bedi (India), Norman Gifford (England). Centre row - Clive Lloyd (West Indies), Richard Hutton (England), Tony Greig (South Africa), Peter Pollock (South Africa), Asif Masood (Pakistan), Hylton Ackerman (South Africa). Sitting - Rohan Kanhai (West Indies), Garry Sobers (West Indies - Captain), Bill Jacons (Manager), Intikhab Alam (Pakistan - Vice Captain), Graeme Pollock (South Africa).
Centenary Cricket match 1977.
Tony Greig dives in front of Mike Brierley.
Greg Chappell, Ian Chappell, Richie Benaud, Bill Lawry and Tony Greig.
South African born cricketer Tony Greig aged 25 wearing gloves and woolly coat rugged up against the cold before going into practise in the nets during Sussex's pre-season workout.
Tony Greig pictured with wife Vivian.
Tony Greig tests the texture and grass growth of the controversial Packer wickets still in a hothouse at VFL Park.
Richie Benaud and Tony Greig (right) at work for Channel 9 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Tony Greig and David Hookes.