Former men's Test opener and current Australia head coach Justin Langer has been inducted into the Australian Hall of Fame, along with Raelee Thompson – the former fast bowler and captain who is well known as a pioneer of the women's sport in the nation. Australia saw Langer flourish at the top of the order in their Test line-up where he developed an excellent partnership with Matthew Hayden during the golden years of Australian cricket. Langer's resilient career came to a close with 7696 runs to his name at an average of 45.27.
🔘 105 Tests— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) January 27, 2022
🔘 7,696 Test runs
🔘 Ashes winner
🔘 Current national coach
Congratulations to Justin Langer, who was today inducted into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame!
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