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Michael Clarke Signed Cricket Ball

You are looking at a signed piece of sporting memorabilia. A signed ball by Michael Clarke of Australia displayed in a display case along with a plaque.
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Michael Clarke Signed Cricket Ball
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You are looking at a signed piece of sporting memorabilia. A signed ball by Michael Clarke of Australia displayed in a display case along with a plaque. This is all comes in a superb made wooden frame,with styrene glass for safe delivery through the post. 

Michael Clarke Bibliography;

Michael John Clarke was born 2 April 1981 is an Australian cricketer. He was appointed captain of the Test and ODI teams on 30 March 2011. Nicknamed 'Pup', he is a right-handed batsman, and occasional left-arm orthodox spin bowler. He was also stand-in captain for the final Test of the 2010-11 Ashes series. He is now leading the Australian team against England for the Ashes in back to back series during 3013.

He made his debut for New South Wales as an eighteen-year-old in the 1999-2000 Australian domestic season. Clarke made his One Day International debut in January 2003 against England at Adelaide.
He was chosen to make his Test debut against India during October 2004, despite having a first-class average below 40. He succeeded on debut, scoring 151 and consequently helping Australia to victory.He went on to play a major part in Australia's 2-1 series victory, their first in India in over 30 years, even contributing figures of 6 for 9 off 6.2 overs in the 4th Test, which Australia lost.
His first home Test in Brisbane against New Zealand, he made another century, becoming one of the few Test cricketers to have achieved the feat of Test centuries in both their home and away debuts.He went on to help the Australians regain the Ashes in 2006 and then helped them retain the 2007 Cricket World Cup in the West Indies where they did not lose a game. 
After the retirement of Adam Gilchrist, in April 2008 Clarke was named vice-captain of the Australian side.He went onto win a second Allan Border Medal in a tie with Ricky Ponting both scoring 41 points in 2009, and was named Test Cricketer of the Year 2009.In the same year he was named as captain of Australia's Twenty20 side, taking over from the retired Ricky Ponting.In January 2011, he was named as stand-in captain for the fifth Test of the 2010-11 Ashes Series at the SCG, replacing the injured Ricky Ponting.He has been Test captain since and announced his retirement from Twenty20 International cricket in January 2011, to concentrate on the Test form of the game.


All signed items are supplied with a COA and lifetime guarantee,which carries our full name and contact details,We do not sell pre-printed,autopen or any other form of fake signature. 


We have been collectors for over 20 years privately,and have supplied quality autographs to both Trade and public full time for over 2 years. 


We will combine postage on multiple purchases if purchased within a couple days of each other,All items are posted in either frame boxes or heavy duty jiffy bags ,or postal tubes or proper boxes.All items are insured to the value of the item (less post and packing) We post 3 times a week,so if paypal is used 90% are posted the next postal day. Most email enquiries are answered within 24 hours. 

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£80.00 plus delivery


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