Centenary Test two-sided character jug produced by Bendigo Pottery in Epsom, Australia, in 1977. Featuring Tony Greig on one side and Greg Chappell on the other, the two captains who faced each other in the Centenary Test in Melbourne in March of 1977, the Centenary Test two-sided character jug celebrates 100 years of Test cricket in Australia. Anthony William Greig (1946 - 2012) was a South African-born Test cricket captain turned commentator. Greig qualified to play for the England cricket team by virtue of his Scottish parentage. He was a tall all-rounder who bowled both medium pace and off spin. Greig was captain of England from 1975 to 1977. Gregory Stephen Chappell AO MBE (1948- ) is a former cricketer who represented Australia at international level in both Tests and One-Day Internationals. Chappell was the pre-eminent Australian batsman of his time who allied elegant stroke making to fierce concentration. An exceptional all round player who bowled medium pace and, at his retirement, held the world record for the most catches in Test cricket. Serving as Australia's caption from 1975 to 1977, Chappell is regarded as one of the greatest batsmen ever to play for Australia.