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Hanif Muhammad Epic 337 Runs

In the First Test Match between Pakistan v, West Indies played at Kensington Oval Barbados Oval Bridgetown from Jan 17-23 1958. Pakistan, following 473 runs behind the West Indies, needed a monumental effort to save the Test Match. Hanif...
Brian Luckhurst – A Dependable English Batsman Who Knew His Limitations

Brian Luckhurst – A Dependable English Batsman

Brian Luckhurst the former England and Kent batsman died on March 1, 2005, at the age of 66. Luckhurst who was associated with Kent County Cricket Club for more than 50 years ended up as there president. He had...
Ian Colquhoun died on 26 February, 2005 at the age of 80. He played two Tests against England in 1954-55.

Ian Colquhoun – An Accomplished Wicketkeeper

He was a specialist’s wicketkeeper-batsman who played in the lower middle order. Ian Colqhoun was a right-handed batsman-wicketkeeper, came late to first-class cricket, not making his debut for Central Districts until he was 29. He was a school teacher and...

Chaminda Vaas World Record 8 for 19

Chaminda Vaas World Record 8 for 19 and leaves everyone behind. The first match of the LG Abans Tri-Series at the Sinhalese Sports Club (SSC, Ground in Colombo on December 8 that saw Sri Lanka thrash Zimbabwe witnessed records...
Former Pakistan leg spinner Ali Hussain Rizvi was born in Karachi on January 6, 1974. His solitary Test appearance was marred by gloom from monsoon rains.

Ali Hussain Rizvi – Forgotten Solitary Test Player

Former Pakistan leg spinner Ali Hussain Rizvi was born in Karachi on January 6, 1974. His solitary Test appearance was marred by gloom from monsoon rains. Ali Hussain Rizvi earned his solitary Test match cap for Pakistan on sheer...
David Sheppard And Don Kenyon

David Sheppard – A Tall, Graceful off Side Batsman

Former England cricket captain David Sheppard has died following a long battle with cancer. The former Bishop of Liverpool and Labour peer died peacefully on March 5, 2005, on the eve of his 76th birthday. Sheppard was one of...
Andrew Hall was born on 31st July 1975 in Johannesburg, Transvaal. The former South African all-rounder played 21 Tests, 88 ODI’s, and 2 T20I from 1999 until 2007.

Andrew Hall – South African All-Rounder

Introduction Andrew Hall was born on 31st July 1975 in Johannesburg, Transvaal. The former South African all-rounder played 21 Tests, 88 ODI’s, and 2 T20I from 1999 until 2007. Andrew Hall can play at any number, in the middle order...
Gil Langley played 26 Tests for Australia from 1951-52 to 1956-57. In which he held 83 catches and made 15 stumping.

Gil Langley – Capable Australian Wicket Keeper

Gil Langley, the Australian Test Wicket Keeper who also represented his state at football before becoming Speaker of the House in State Parliament. He was died on the night of May 14, 2001, at the age of 81. He...
A right-hand batsman and Right-hand medium-fast bowler is a former Pakistani cricketer who played in one Test match and 10 ODIs from 1989 to 1993.

Shahid Saeed – A Mini All-Rounder with Modest Success

Pakistani allrounder Shahid Saeed was born on January 6, 1966, in Lahore, Punjab. A right-hand batsman and Right-hand medium-fast bowler is a former Pakistani cricketer who played in one Test match and 10 ODIs from 1989 to 1993. Shahid...

Cuan McCarthy – Quick and Deadly Fast Bowler

Cuan McCarthy takes his place in South Africa cricket lore. In his day, Cuan McCarthy formed one of the trios of Macs from Maritzburg in becoming a force in South Africa cricket from 1948. Cuan McCarthy was recognized as...