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Interest in diet and nutrition is one of the reasons cricketers have taken an interest in a plant based diet. Some vegan cricketers have competed in top test teams and etched their reputation on history.
Kane Richardson cricketer
Making his mark on cricket in his home nation of Australia and abroad, Kane has become a hot property. He's sought after in the exciting short forms of the game and has become a household name. The right-arm medium-fast bowler has represented his nation in 25 One Day Internationals (ODIs) and 26 T20 matches (as of March 2021). He's also broken into the prestigious Indian Premier League (IPL).
Adam Zampa cricketer
Adam is one of the most respected spin bowlers of his generation, representing South Australia and the Australian National team. He’s also had success in the 20 Twenty format in some of the most competitive competitions on the globe. Adam played with Melbourne Stars and Sydney Thunder, and went on to take a highly contested place in the Indian Premier League. He represented Rising Pune Supergiants and Royal Challengers Bangalore. He’s also played in the Caribbean Premier League and in 2019 renewed his contract to play for Essex in England.
Peter Siddle cricketer
Peter is a cricketer who has bowled for Australia, Essex and Victoria.
Greg Chappell cricketer
Greg Chappell captained Australia for two periods, 1975-1977 and then again from 1979 until his retirement in 1984. He was the leading batsman of his time, playing in 87 Test matches and recording a batting average of 53.86, recording 24 centuries. In the limited overs game he played 74 times, recording three centuries and an average of 40.18. His top score in Tests was an enormous 247 not out.