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The decision to give former Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke a higher ranking on the queen’s birthday honors list than female ash legend Lyn Larsen has sparked controversy in the gaming community Cricket.

Michael Clarke Age

He is 39 years old.

Clarke was named Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) on Monday’s list

Clarke was named Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) on Monday’s list, but Larsen was presented with a member of the Order of Australia (AM) – a lower rung in the honor system.

Clarke guided Australia to the 2015 Cricket World Cup final and is considered one of the greatest drummers of his generation.

Cricket experts noted that former captain Larsen had equally impressive achievements

Cricket experts noted that former captain Larsen had equally impressive achievements with the national team.
“Michael Clarke and Lyn Larsen took Australia to victory at the cricket World Cup and beat the Ashes,” wrote cricket blogger Rick Eyre on Twitter.

‘Clarke received an AO, Larsen received an AM – the next level down. Australia, we are not there yet.

“Our excellent cricket players continue to find themselves in the shadow of limited opportunities and attention.”
The Bradman Museum in Bowral tweeted in response that it was almost impossible to separate the two Australian captains.

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Larsen led Australia to victory in the 1988 World Cup final

Larsen led Australia to victory in the 1988 World Cup final at the CWM, in front of just 3,000 spectators.

In her first test as a captain in England in 1987, she led Australia to victory, as her team became the first women’s team to beat England in a series on their own soil.
She is also listed by the International Cricket Council as the most successful captain in the history of cricket testing.

It came despite the fact that she played at a time when women’s cricket was not a professional sport.

Larsen also had the third lowest savings rate of all male and female players who had 20 wickets.

The 57-year-old said the honor on Monday was a surprise almost as big as the recent growth of his beloved sport.

“A lot of people say ‘you would probably like to play now’ and I say ‘no’,” said Larsen, who participated in 15 international 49-day tests between 1984 and 1994.
“When we did, we had jobs – cricket was not our job.

Larsen fell in love with sports that grew up in Tuntable Creek

Larsen fell in love with sports that grew up in Tuntable Creek, in northern New South Wales, where he still lives on his family’s macadamia farm.

“We had a lot of cricket in the yard here with my dad and brother,” she said.

“And my grandfather was an avid cricketer in the Nimbin area, so whenever we went there, there was always cricket in front of an old tangerine.

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