Shirtless Cricketers. Okay, Famewatchers, this is part III of our series on gorgeous, handsome, fabulous, athletic, and – most importantly – so damn effable cricket players or cricketers. You can find Part I in the following link: Shirtless Cricket Players and it should provide you a link to Part II.
We mentioned in our previous posts that cricketers, like other athletes, sometimes undertake calendar projects to raise funds for charity. For instance, some of them modeled for the Men of Cricket calendar which was produced a few years ago. One such cricket hunk who supported this project is our imaginary cricket boyfriend, bowler Shaun Tait…
Likewise, bowler Ben Hilfenhaus also posed for the charity calendar where he was known as Mr September.
So did batsman Simon Katich who gets props from us for not manscaping — or that dreadful practice of men who, in a misguided attempt to prove that they are “cool”, shave their body hair. We love yah Simon. And we love your chest hair too!
Other hot shirtless Aussie cricketers in Part III of our series on Shirtless Cricketers is the now retired Brett Lee. If you know what and how he is doing now, do tell in the comments. We hope he’s still gorgeous and fit and didn’t get fat as some retired athletes tend to do.
Here’s another retired shirtless cricketer, Andy Bichel, with sensors to analyze his bowling motion. He is now a coach and sports analyst (if we are not mistaken).
Nathan Reardon probably has the best washboard abs in the sport, no? This Aussie cutie currently plays for the Brisbane Heat.
Last but not the least in our list of shirtless cricket players is Ricky Ponting, one of the best batsman of the modern era. Like Brett Lee and Andy Bichel, Ponting is also retired.
What is he doing now? Apparently, he writes a column for the Daily Mail. Oh, he’s got a stand that bears his name too, as the Hobart Hurricanes decided to honor him by renaming their Western Stand into the Ricky Ponting Stand. That’s a fitting tribute for a cricket great.
Shirtless Cricketers: Nathan Reardon, Shaun Tait, Ben Hilfenhaus, Simon Katich. Posted 12 June 2015. Last updated: February 6, 2020 at 4:34 am.