Even sports legends like Mark 'Tubby' Taylor takes time out to read the latest edition of Climate Control News (CCN) magazine.

Visiting the CCN stand (#4056) during the ARBS Exhibition, the former Test cricketer is the brand ambassador for Fujitsu General. He is also Cricket Australia director and Nine Network commentator.

Taylor was Australian cricket captain from 1994 to 1999, succeeding Allan Border. His predominant fielding position was first slip where he set a Test record with 157 catches.

Not surprisingly, he was widely regarded as an instrumental component in Australia's rise to Test cricket dominance. He retired from Test cricket in 1999 after 104 Test matches, scoring 7,525 runs with a batting average of 43.49, including 19 centuries and 40 fifties.


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