Michael Clarke may refer to:
- Michael Clarke (Barbados cricketer) (1913–1982), Barbadian cricketer
- Michael Clarke (Canadian politician)
- Michael Clarke (cricketer) (born 1981), Australian cricketer
- Michael Clarke (musician) (1946–1993), American musician
- Michael Clarke (ornithologist), Australian ornithologist
- Michael Clarke (priest) (1935–1978), Anglican provost
- Michael Clarke Duncan (1957–2012), American actor
- Michael Clarke (radio presenter), N.Ireland radio presenter
- J. Michael Clarke, British music studio director
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... That prompted a bowling change, with Michael Kasprowicz coming on for Australia, and with good reward, as the penultimate ball of his over was caught by Symonds at midwicket - Andrew ... However, Michael Clarke at deep backward point handed England three runs in the seventh over with a misfield ... The Australian captain Ricky Ponting brought on part-time spinner Michael Clarke to bowl the eleventh over, and got immediate success, when Pietersen launched him to Matthew Hayden on the fifth ball ...
... Rank Partnership Runs Players Opposition Venue Season 1 4th wicket 386 Ricky Ponting Michael Clarke India Adelaide 2011-2012 2 5th wicket 334* Michael Clarke Michael Hussey India Sydney 2011-2012 3 4th wicket ...
... as a four-piece band, consisting of Roger McGuinn, David Crosby, Chris Hillman, and Michael Clarke, the same line-up that had recorded their two previous albums ... The first line-up change occurred when drummer Michael Clarke quit the group over disputes with Crosby and the other band members over his playing ability and his apparent dissatisfaction ... Prior to Gene Clark rejoining the band, Michael Clarke had also returned from his self-imposed exile, only to be informed by McGuinn and Hillman that he ...
... London England won by 197 runs T20I Series T20I 30 ... August Paul Collingwood Michael Clarke Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester No result T20I 119a 1 ...
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