The Bad Boy of English cricket in the 1990s, but the best spinner - left-arm or otherwise - as well. Tufnell played 42 Test matches for England, taking 121 wickets with a best of 7-47. In 316 First class matches he took an astonishing 1057 wickets at an average of 29.35. Tufnell won ITV’s ‘I’m a Celebrity, get me out of here’ in 2003 and has gone on to be a captain on BBC’s ‘A Question of Sport’ and also a commentator on BBC Test Match Special.
Paul Nixon had a fantastic 23 year professional career, scoring just under 15,000 first class career runs at an average of 34. He also had just under 1000 first class dismissals behind the stumps. He also played 19 One Day Internationals for England and was one of the best players of the reverse sweep in the game. Nixon now writes for the ‘Cricket Paper’, coaches in the Caribbean Premier League, in addition to being involved in a property business out there.