AUSTRALIA USED JUST 12 PLAYERS WHEN WINNING THE 1989 ASHES 4-0 - HERE'S WHAT THEY ARE UP TO NOW.
* Mark Taylor - Border's successor as skipper has been part of Channel Nine's commentary teams for over 20 years. Has twice served as director of Cricket Australia and remains a highly-respected figure in the game both at home and overseas. Series record: Runs: 839, average: 83.9
* Geoff Marsh - Coached Australia's World Cup-winning side in 1999 before taking up similar roles with Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka and in the IPL. Now working as assistant coach at Western Australia. Runs: 347, average 31.5
* David Boon - Played on for Tasmania and Durham after his international retirement in 1996 and went on to become a national selector and general manager of Tasmania. Now employed by the ICC as one of the seven members of the elite match referees panel. Runs: 442, average: 55.25
* Allan Border (capt) - Since retiring in 1994 Border has worked both as a selector and a commentator in addition to his business commitments. The medal awarded to Australia's best men's player each year bears his name. Runs 442, average: 73.6
* Dean Jones - Been employed as commentator for Indian TV for many years and remains an outspoken voice on the game. Recently returned his Victoria life membership in protest at being snubbed for a coaching role. Runs: 556, average: 70.75
* Steve Waugh - Returned to cricket as a mentor to the Australia team for last year's Ashes series having spent his life away from the game working with his various charities. Was enshrined in the ICC Hall of Fame in 2010. Runs: 506, ave: 126.5, wickets 2.
* Ian Healy (wk) - The former Queensland stumper has worked for the Nine Network for 20 years in addition to running a highly successful chain of car washes around Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Runs 103; average: 17.6, catches 14
* Trevor Hohns - Last Test 1989: Returned to his role as chairman of selectors in 2016 having filled the position during Australia's record 16-Test winning streak, in addition to the 1999 and 2003 World Cup triumphs. Also runs a successful sporting goods business in Queensland. Wickets: 11 at 27, runs 127.
* Merv Hughes - Last Test: 1994: Was a national selector for four years from 2005 before becoming starring in reality TV shows. Now a hugely popular tour group host for Aussie fans following the Test team all over the world. Wickets: 19 at 32.36; runs 127.
* Geoff Lawson - Last Test 1990: Combined international and domestic coaching with media work continuously since retiring from first-class cricket in 1992. Returned to the NSW coaching team in 2013 and last year worked with the Toronto Nationals in Canada's Global T20 league. Wickets: 29 at 27,27; runs: 115.
* Terry Alderman - Works regularly in the WA media and as a corporate event speaker. Wickets: 41 at 17.36
* Greg Campbell: Uncle of former Test skipper Ricky Ponting, the Tasmanian has been employed as CEO of Cricket PNG since 2011. Wickets: 1
* Coach: Bobby Simpson - Coached Lancashire and Leicestershire and took the Netherlands to the 2007 World Cup after leaving the Australian role in 1996. Also spent time working as a consultant to India before retiring in 2008.
Australian Associated Press