That's way too narrow.
How about the people that got us test status? I don't know the exact story there but that would be a great read, there must have been much manoeuvring and negotiating to achieve this.
All those cricketers from our best era that made us competitive are worth a mention. I really enjoyed Eddo Brandes, Henry Olonga, Murray Goodwin, Heath Streak, Paul Strang, Neil Johnson, Ray Price, Grant Flower.
From yesteryear you've got Goofy Lawrence, Mike Proctor, Colin Bland, Brian Davidson, Robin Jackman, Peter Rawson, Duncan Fletcher, Ritchie Kaschula, Joe Partridge
I'll think of a few more. Nice thread.
The muppets that unraveled all the decades of good work would be worth a mention, but in a different thread.