28 Facts About Trevor Chappell

1. Trevor Chappell is an Australian local radio presenter for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation based in Melbourne.

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2. Trevor Chappell scored 27 over 161 minutes, helping Australia to a first innings total of 401—notably taking part in a 94 run partnership with John Dyson.

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3. In 1977 Trevor Chappell signed to play for World Series Cricket along with his brothers.

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4. Trevor Chappell was the youngest of the Trevor Chappell cricketing brothers, Ian and Greg, and the grandson of former Australian captain Vic Richardson.

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5. Trevor Chappell married Lorraine Gavin in Canberra in 1981; Graeme Watson was his best man.

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6. Trevor Chappell says coaching Bangladesh was a very rough job because of the language barrier.

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7. Trevor Chappell went on to coach the Gordon Women's cricket club.

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8. Trevor Chappell was kept on in the one day team and scored 54 against the Australian Capital Territory.

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9. Trevor Chappell was selected for a game against India and promoted to opener—he responded by scoring 110.

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10. Trevor Chappell was then dismissed, which triggered a collapse; Australia lost the match by 18 runs.

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11. Trevor Chappell scored 27 over 161 minutes, helping Australia to a first innings total of 401, notably taking part in a 94-run partnership with John Dyson.

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12. Trevor Chappell kept his place in the team for the second Test but failed twice, scoring 2 and 5.

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13. Trevor Chappell became infamous after bowling an underarm delivery when playing for Australia during a match against New Zealand in 1981.

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14. Trevor Chappell is most remembered for what happened in the third final.

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15. Trevor Chappell managed to keep his place in the squad for the finals.

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16. Trevor Chappell was dropped from the one-day side to make way for Jim Higgs, but soon returned.

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17. Trevor Chappell had to make way for the next test when Graf returned from injury.

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18. Trevor Chappell was then selected to play in the Australian side for the third test against New Zealand, replacing Shaun Graf as 12th man.

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19. Trevor Chappell was under pressure to justify his selection but responded with 150 against West Australia, helping New South Wales win.

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20. Trevor Chappell started off the season with 55 for a Rick McCosker XI against a Ross Edwards XI in a trial game.

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21. Trevor Chappell enjoyed good form that season, which he partly attributed to the captaincy of Eddie Barlow.

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22. Trevor Chappell scored 56 off 300 minutes against a World XI in a Lismore game which resulted in him being booed by the crowd for slow scoring.

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23. In 1975 Trevor Chappell played for Walsden in the Lancashire League over the English summer.

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24. Trevor Chappell was quiet and unassuming, but if you pushed him too far, he'd explode.

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25. Trevor Chappell was the youngest of the Trevor Chappell cricketing brothers, his two elder brothers being Ian and Greg, and the grandson of former Australian captain Vic Richardson.

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26. Trevor Chappell is currently the national coach of the Singapore cricket team.

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27. Trevor Chappell won the Sheffield Shield with New South Wales twice, and scored a century for Australia against India in the 1983 World Cup.

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28. Trevor Chappell played 3 tests and 20 One Day Internationals for Australia.

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