Fletcher's England career spanned 1968-82. In the mid-1970s he was regarded as one of the top middle-order batsmen in the world. He was made captain for the 1981-82 Indian tour and in the early 1990s was appointed England coach. At county level, Fletcher played for Essex, captaining them to three championships in the 70s and 80s. He was head coach of Essex until October 2001 and is currently involved in the development of excellence and identifying future talent at the club.
Carl Fogarty is an ocean-going, fur-lined, five-star icon of motor sport. And a national treasure to boot, following his triumph in 2014's I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!.The 51-year-old legend is the most successful World Superbikes rider in the history of the sport, winning four World Championship titles - in 1994, 1995, 1998 and 1999 - before injury called time on his illustrious career in 2000.Forming an unstoppable partnership with the iconic Ducati team, and also riding for Honda, Fogarty won 59 races in 12 seasons and in the process carved himself a seat at motor sport's top table. He also enjoyed huge success in the Isle of Man TT.
Bill Frindall was the world's leading cricket statistician, and a core member of the BBC's Test Match Special team, for whom he scored every home Test from 1966 to 2008.