There were few more skilled practictioners behind the stumps than Ian Healy and here are some of his finest pieces of work.

Impeccable, neat and efficient behind the stumps to both pace and spin, Healy came from the line of specialist wicketkeepers, and is often considered the greatest Australian stumper of the 20th century, beating men such as Hanson Carter, Don Tallon, Wally Grout and Rodney Marsh. Especially brilliant was his glovework to the genius of Shane Warne.

His hand slid into the glove early enough in the course of cricket-evolution to give far more credence to the art of keeping than his feats in front of the wicket, but the scrapper in him was handy with the bat as well. READ: Ian Healy’s ‘fall’ from grace