Stuart MacGill leaves Manly Court House after being convicted of drink-driving. In the second series of Uncorked, Stuart explores eight prominent wine growing regions. Over his career, he has scored more 5-wicket innings than Shane Warne at Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), which coincidentally is MacGill's middle name initials. It pays to have good friends! 10 July 2009 | 6:00 - By Stuart MacGill Print Enlarge text. The first series of Stuart MacGill Uncorked won an ASTRA Award in 2008, and a second series went to air later that year. Stuart MacGill returns to his home of Perth and the oldest wine region in Western Australia. The former spin bowler looked dishevelled outside his home in Cremorne, Sydney on Thursday. Stuart MacGill, 48, has been convicted of drink driving after a boozy long lunch The Australian Test cricket great was caught with a bloody alcohol level of 0.132 MacGill … ': Twitter users poke fun at trailer for royal couple's new 'woke word salad' Spotify podcast, It pays to have good friends! "[21], Australia hosted the West Indies in 2000/01, Stuart MacGill lets rip at Tony Abbott, boycotts interview on Triple M, "MacGill retires from international cricket", "Scorecard: New South Wales v Western Australia 1993/94", "Scorecard: New South Wales v Victoria 1996/97", "Scorecard: Australian v South Africa 1997/98", "Test Bowling for Australia – Australia in Pakistan 1998/99", "Test Bowling for Australia – West Indies in Australia 2000/01", "Test Bowling for Australia – England in Australia 2002/03", "Test Bowling for Australia – Australia in Sri Lanka 2003/04", "Scorecard: Bangladesh v Australia 2005/06", "Cricketing comeback leaves Stuart MacGill feeling fulfilled – and batsmen looking like idiots",,, Australia One Day International cricketers, People educated at Christ Church Grammar School, Short description is different from Wikidata, Use Australian English from September 2012, All Wikipedia articles written in Australian English, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 30 August 2020, at 09:04. bliss. The cricket great is a former right-arm leg spin bowler of the Australian cricket team and is pictured here on the fourth day of the fourth Ashes cricket test at the MCG. In 2007, Stuart's passion for wine saw him host and co-produce his own six-part television series on wine on Foxtel's LifeStyle FOOD. EXCLUSIVE: 'No father would want his daughter to wed him!' By Rachel Eddie and Daniel Piotrowski and Lucy Mae Beers For Daily Mail Australia, Published: 15:05, 12 January 2017 | Updated: 15:14, 12 January 2017. Warning of widespread FLOODING after Christmas as experts tell people in high-risk areas to protect precious... 'Hi guys, I'm Harry! 'I've had a tough day,' he told The Daily Telegraph. Stuart Charles Glyndwr MacGill (born 25 February 1971) is a former right-arm leg spin bowler of the Australian cricket team, with a domestic career at Western Australia, New South Wales, Nottinghamshire, Devon and Somerset. With Stuart MacGill. Links. STUART Macgill is NOT a wine expert, Stuart Macgill doesn't want to BE a wine expert, Stuart Macgill just likes to drink wine. Its a refreshing attitude, especially where wine is concerned. Magical moment base jumpers leap from cliff face. Known for his individuality, he was the only Australian cricketer to declare himself unavailable to tour Zimbabwe in 2004 on moral grounds. Stuart Charles Glyndwr MacGill (born 25 February 1971) is an Australian former cricketer who played 44 Test matches and three One Day Internationals for the Australian national cricket team. Contacted for comment about the AVO matter, Ms Singleton said: 'I have nothing to say'. [8] He next appeared in October of that year for a tour of Pakistan, finishing the series as Australia's top wicket taker with 15 victims at 27.46.[9]. He was an AIS Australian Cricket Academy scholarship holder in 1990–1991. He also boasts an extensive wine cellar. He likes reading, watching movies and is very intelligent.'. MacGill married 1989 Logie winning actress and journalist Rachel Friend,[18] in 2000. Where Warne's weakness was for women and cheese sandwiches, MacGill preferred fine wines and the arts scene.

Additionally, I got to play club and we won the premiership. Download Images Watch Videos online In a series whitewash, all the Australian bowlers bar MacGill, who took 16 wickets at 31.31, managed to average under 20 with the ball. He was called up as part of Australia's 2005 Ashes squad but was not used throughout the series. [2] Moving into commentary, MacGill co-hosted the 2009 Ashes series on SBS with Damien Martyn and Greg Matthews. MacGill was born in the Perth suburb of Mount Lawley and began his first-class career in the 1993/94 season playing for Western Australia. Wined, dined, bowled over by MacGill facebook. MacGill was a radio co-host on the Triple M Sydney breakfast program "The Grill Team", 2009–2010. The pair were last pictured in public together at the black-tie Sydney Children's Hospital Silver Party in 2016. He is a right-arm leg spin bowler, who has been credited with having the best strike rate of any modern leg-spin bowler, but he did not have a regular place in the Australian Test team due to the dominance of Shane Warne in the position of sole spinner. England's bowling exposed. In the 11 Tests that he played, including the Caribbean tour, he took 53 wickets. He struggled throughout the Test series and took just 5 wickets at 46.40. He has since retired from that form of the game. MacGill is a keen wine connoisseur and has presented two series of his own wine show "Stuart MacGill Uncorked". EXCLUSIVE: Snapchat is set to rollout its original show 'Move It!' Daily Mail Australia has been told the order relates to an incident between the pair which took place in December. In domestic cricket, he played for Western Australia, New South Wales, Nottinghamshire, Devon and Somerset. He once read 42 novels on a tour of Pakistan, and boycotted a … In this second series, to be shot in HD, Stuart explores eight prominent wine growing regions. Pinot Noir is one of those wines that "serious" wine drinkers use as a weapon against those of us who are less experienced. Presented by Australian leg spinner and noted wine enthusiast Stuart MacGill, the new eight-part series, about everyday wine appreciation, will premiere on LifeStyle FOOD in December. In the 3rd Test against South Africa at Adelaide in January 1998, MacGill was selected as Australia's second spinner and helped them to draw the match with 3 for 22 in the second innings. Outside of cricket, Stuart’s a voracious reader – famously reading 42 novels on a tour of Pakistan. Pinot Noir is one of those wines that "serious" wine drinkers use as a weapon against those of us who are less experienced. 02:01 min ( August 20, 2012 by Stuart MacGill) Views: 19 - Rating: 0/5. Mr MacGill split with his wife Rachel Friend in 2014. Parents are already under a lot of pressure from kids to buy this stuff and when you get the Australian cricket team endorsing it you just increase that pressure. Meet the 'bad lad' jobless double glazing... One in six adults in England has a possible eating disorder - including almost a third of women aged 16 to... Apathy and lack of motivation in your mid-forties could be an early warning sign of dementia, study suggests. EXCLUSIVE: Student rugby player, 25, falls from roof and dies in freak accident just days after signing his... Jesy Nelson unfollows Little Mix manager hours after announcing she had quit the group for the sake of her... Jeff Brazier reveals tradition of visiting Jade Goody's grave with their sons every Christmas morning so as... Last orders before Christmas! THE NSW Blues began their domestic season during the week, but coach Matthew Mott hasnt heard from Stuart MacGill in almost two months. His tally included his then career best innings figures of 7 for 50, made in the 5th Test at Sydney. Both Warne and MacGill's records were etched on the home (international) team dressing room's honours board in SCG. The first was against Pakistan and his 8 wickets earned him the Man of the Match award. Links. FOOD + WINE. Still carrying extra lockdown weight? And he probably needs to be as he’s had to make room for Shane Warne over the last few years. Punters pack London pubs for a final drink (and substantial meal) before the... Mutant virus... or Project Tier? MacGill's lawyer Callan O'Neill agreed to the AVO at the Waverley Local Court in east Sydney on Thursday without admitting fault. and I'm Meghan! 02:01 min ( August 20, 2012 by Stuart MacGill) Views: 19 - Rating: 0/5. He announced his retirement from international cricket during the second Test of Australia's 2008 tour of the West Indies. MacGill's father, Terry MacGill, and grandfather, Charlie MacGill, both played first-class cricket for Western Australia. Sri Lanka toured Australia in 2004 and despite Warne returning to the side MacGill kept his spot. [11], He played his next Test in January 2002 against South Africa, taking 7 wickets. Stuart MacGill wines about Bay of Fires. stuart has 15 jobs listed on their profile. 'I asked him what he did and had no idea that he was an ex-cricketer or that he would be mobbed by fans of all ages wherever he went. Stuart MacGill opens up about a cricketing life gone by, the greatest batsmen of his era, Shane Warne comparisons and more. Here's how to eat better and look after... Make home your castle! Stuart MacGill travels to various famous Australian wine regions, such as McLaren Vale, Hunter Valley, Margaret River, and the Yarra Valley, trying to get an appreciation of what is influencing and shaping Australian wine today. After strong performances in the tournament, in which the Sixers qualified for the four-team playoff series, he was picked up by the Dhaka Gladiators for US$50,000 in the player auction for the inaugural Bangladesh Premier League, however he abandoned the league amidst a corruption dilemma.[17]. [14], MacGill partnered Warne when Australia hosted the West Indies for a Test series in 2005/06. Can't stop ordering takeaways? Presented by celebrated Australian leg spinner and noted wine enthusiast Stuart MacGill, this series is about everyday wine appreciation. The pair first went public with their relationship in 2014, stepping out together at restaurant Catalina's 20th birthday party. MacGill played 44 Test matches for Australia, taking 208 wickets at an average of 29.02. He was brought back in 2007 after the retirement of Warne, as spinner for the first Test against the Sri Lankan cricket team. Both his father, Terry MacGill, and his grandfather, Charlie MacGill, had previously played cricket for Western Australia. England's bowling performance on day two of the First Test left a lot to be desired. Scientists say mutated coronavirus strain wheeled out by Matt Hancock could actually make the disease LESS deadly and is unlikely to ruin any vaccine, Greenwich council backs down on shutting schools in face of government legal action as parents DEFY order to keep children at home because 'they NEED their last three days' of term, Majority of Britons believes Christmas SHOULD be cancelled and current Covid lockdown rules kept in place over festive period, poll finds, Sky News political editor Beth Rigby enjoys walk with her husband as she breaks cover for first time since she was suspended over Kay Burley's Covid rule-breaching 60th birthday bash. Its nuanced, at times subtle characteristics are often difficult to pin down... Stuart MacGill wines about Jansz. [5] He finished the season with 16 wickets at 37.00. [10] He took a total of 12 wickets in that match and had done enough to convince the selectors to use two spinners for their tour of the West Indies. Jolly delivery driver sings and dances on job, Two bikini-clad women twerk in public fountain in centre of Seville, Adorable moment puppies settle down for nap in daycare centre, Impressive moment hot water thrown into air immediately freeze, Premier League ace arrives in court for lockdown crash sentencing, Jack Grealish crashes £80k Range Rover into cars and mounts pavement, Wizards! TOBIE&MATT … [13] He lost his spot in the side and over the next year and a half played just two Tests, both on the spin friendly SCG wicket. MacGill was unlucky to not be considered as a serious contender for the One Day International team, taking 6 wickets in three games at an economy of just 3.50. Contact Us. The pair were last pictured in public together at the black-tie Sydney Children's Hospital's 2016 Silver Party last year (pictured), Stuart MacGill is pictured here at the Sheraton Hotel with Julie Singleton in 2014.