More than 200 Test wickets at an impeccable average of 29.02 more than 700 in the First Class arena and a handful of One-Day International scalps too, considering Stuart MacGill's career played in the same era as Shane Warne that's a pretty ridiculous record.
A stunning record in fact, and there's simply no doubt he's one of the greatest spinners to ever don Australia's fabled baggy green.
The 48-year-old MacGill will be on centre stage at Wade Park next Friday night too as he headlines the SCG XI, a side that's making it's way to the central west to take on an Orange District Cricket Association outfit in an exhibition Twenty20 clash.
The visit is part of an annual program, which landed in Dubbo last year.
MacGill was also hand for that clash, in October of 2018, and was joined by Stuart Clark, Glenn McGrath and former NRL star Andrew Ryan, with that encounter won by the Dubbo side but more importantly helping to raise more than $2,000 for the Buy A Bale charity.
It remains to be seen whether any other big names will be on hand at Wade Park next week, with the complete SCG XI and also the ODCA XI yet to be named, but it's certain to provide a serious spectacle, like last year's in Dubbo did.
It's also another chance for the Sydney Cricket and Sports Ground Trust to connect with their country members, and give back to them considering they make up such a substantial portion of the ground's membership base.
"Nearly a quarter of the SCG's membership (base) lives outside Sydney with the top three regional areas the Central West, Bowral and Newcastle," SCG general manager of membership, marketing and ICT Jane Coles said.
"It's our way of thanking the members for their long-time commitment to the SCG and using the event as a chance to support their local communities."
The SCG XI and ODCA XI are expected to be named in full in the coming days, with the clash scheduled to being at 6pm next Friday night.
Fans can enter with a gold coin donation which will be donated locally, while SCG members enter for free.
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