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My virtual museum

My Virtual Museum

of Significant People and Events, which have shaped the Australian Identity and Heritage


Content suggestions

Content Suggestions

Significant People / Events:

  • Names

  • Details

  • Achievements

  • Photos

  • Sound files/music

  • Your views

    Local Significant Person or People and Event/s


Ricky ponting

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RICKY PONTING

# Full Name: Ricky Thomas Ponting

# Date of Birth: December 19, 1974

# Place of Birth: Launceston, Tasmania

# Marital Status: Married Rianna Cantor in June 2002

# Parents: Graeme (played for Mowbray) and Lorraine (sister of Greg Campbell)

# Siblings: Drew and Renee

Awards/Recognition

* Allan Border Medal Winner (2003-2004)

* Australian Test Player of the Year Winner (2003-2004)

* VB Player of the Series Winner (2002-2003)

Ricky Ponting, as Captain of the Australian Cricket team, has become a national identity, recognised across the country for his achievements.

On ya Ricky!!!

Acclaimed by academy coach Rod Marsh as the best teenage batsman he had ever seen, Ricky Ponting began with Tasmania at 17 and Australia at 20, and was given out unluckily for 96 on his Test debut.


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