Baggy Green



‹trademark› a green cap worn by Australian Test cricketers, traditionally awarded to mark a player’s first appearance for the team

he first donned the Baggy Green in the 1984 Boxing Day Test against the West Indies.
Australians do not like losers, especially when they are wearing the treasured Baggy Green.
‹informal› an Australian Test cricketer

with his talent, there’s no reason why he won’t join other Baggy Greens who have become household names over the years.

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