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Jason Gillespie: 5%
Not only did he sport the most bogan mullet in cricket history, but this lanky Sydneysider and grandson of a Kamilaroi warrior also had the most pornographic handlebar moustache ever sported by an Aussie sportsman. Full stop.
Maybe he struggled to get under his schnoz to give it a proper shave?
Rod Marsh: 5%
The wicketkeeper on our list sported an impressive mop of curls to go with
his tash. Initially nicknamed Iron Gloves for his tendency to spill catches, he became the greatest keeper of all time, until Messrs. Healy and Gilchrist succeeded him. But they were clean-shaven, and thus less manly, so they don’t count.
Dennis Lillee: 15%
For about 10 years the most frightening sight for any batsman in world cricket was that of Dennis Lillee’s giant moustache running towards him, swiftly followed by a red blur and then, more often than not, either his wickets cartwheeling towards the keeper or his head flying in a similar direction. These days the grey tinge on his tash makes him look even meaner.
David Boon: 26%
Making his second appearance in as many months on InLondon’s Top 5, Boonie has a moustache so famous that they started selling replicas of the thing at test matches a few years ago. It has to be the height of (hirsute) influence when others choose to wear your tash!
Merv Hughes: 48%
Pride of place goes to this rotund Victorian’s handlebar moustache. It is so impressive, we reckon you could cut the thing off, attach it to a Harley, and still be able to steer the bike. A truly legendary Aussie tash from the fast-bowling Fruitfly.