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Brian Lara, a gifted left-hander, made his debut in Lahore last December 1991, scoring 44 in extremely trying circumstances against a dangerous Pakistan attack.

Brian Lara – Young Trinidadian Left-hander Unveils his Talent

Stephen Thrope unveils the exciting talents of Brian Lara the young Trinidadian left-hander in 1991. Rapid assimilation of young talent into the higher echelons of the game has been a constant tenet of West Indian cricket over the years....
Richard Snell was picked against the Mike Getting rebel teams in the 1990s, which helped him to be picked straight back into the international cricket in India and World Cup 1992.

Richard Snell – Former Right Arm Medium Fast Bowler

Former South African Medium Fast Bowler Richard Snell was born on 12 September 1968 in Durban. He played 42 ODI’s and 5 Test matches for South Africa in the mid-1990s. He made a formidable opening pair with his childhood...
Wasim Haider, Iqbal Sikander, Javed Miandad, Aamir Sohail and Mushtaq Ahmad

Iqbal Sikander – Forgotten Member of 1992 World Cup

When Iqbal Sikander name comes, the first call that comes into mind is the 1992 World Cup. He was the lucky part of the Pakistan squad that won the World Cup 1992. His full name is Muhammad Iqbal Sikander,...
Bishan Singh Bedi master of the art of slow left-arm bowling. 67 Tests (22 as captain), 266 Wickets 10 ODIs Wickets

Bishan Singh Bedi – A Man of All Seasons

Bishan Singh Bedi was born in a Sikh household family. The surrounding atmosphere exhaled an aroma of sport. Bedi's father was a keen sportsman himself and gave his son every encouragement possible. Bedi also owes a lot to Gurpal...
Gandupa Vishawanath Played Test cricket for India from 1969 - 1983, making 91 appearances and scoring more than 6,000 runs.

Nerve, Courage and Gundappa Viswanath See India Through

Third Test Fifth day: 24 August 1971, Nerve, courage, and Gundappa Viswanath see India through. AFTER all but 50 years ago, and at the 22nd time of asking, India had won a Test match in England, and it gives...
Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi in action against Australia 1964-65

Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi – Who Changed the Complexion of Indian Cricket

Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi is of Royal Cricket lineage, a compelling genius, and a cricketer par excellence. His every move on the field is stamped with the hallmark of class. He is a product of English cricket, but his...

Vikram Rathour – Former Indian Right-handed Opening Batsman

Vikram Rathour is born on 26 March 1969, in Jalandhar, Punjab. The former Indian right-handed opening batsman played 6 Tests and 7 ODI's from 1996 to 1997. At first-class level, he was a prolific run-scorer. He scored 11,503 runs...
Jo Angel was a former Australian right-arm medium-fast bowler who appeared in 4 Test matches and 3 ODI’s between 1993 till 1995.

Jo Angel – Former Australian 6ft 6in Tall Fast Bowler

Jo Angel was a former Australian right-arm medium-fast bowler who appeared in 4 Test matches and 3 ODI’s between 1993 till 1995. He was born on 22 April 1968 in Mount Lawley, Perth, Western Australia. A 6ft 6in tall...

Inzamam-ul-Haq – Most Gifted Youngsters in World Cricket

Peter Hook considers the tiger’s talents of Pakistan's Inzamam-ul-Haq in 1992. Then cometh the moment, cometh the man.' If Inzamam-ul-Haq wasn't acquainted with the actual phrase, he certainly appeared to understand the message. The 22-year-old was, in fact, left...

The Thoughts of Phil Edmonds

The Phil Edmonds Middlesex bowler, once more overlooked for a winter tour, talks to Robert Steen in The Guardian. Frank Keating said how little pride he felt watching South Africans like Lamb and Smith bat for England. Coming from...

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Rodney Marsh Test ’keeper, replacing Brian Taber

In a long-suffering race—wicketkeepers— Rodney Marsh is the one whose activities have most in common with a railway-siding buffer and a box-kite. At the...

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