All-time 'X' XIs - 5th and final part

All-time 'X' XIs - 5th and final part

Post by David Wheel » Sat, 19 Mar 1994 12:44:02

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>It's been very enjoyable, reading, David. Thanks.

You're most welcome.  It was a lot of fun to put together, too, not to
mention both interesting and, to an extent, instructive.  I discovered
one or two cracking players that I'd never heard of.

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>>The Qs
>>Ha.  The first XI for which eleven players are not available.  There are, in
>>fact, exactly three.
>>W. G. Quaife (E), Qasim Omar (P), N. A. Quinn (SA)

>Two others that come to mind are Abdul Qadir and Iqbal Qasim, both of
>Pakistan. Of these, Qadir should surely make the combined side you list.

If you check back through my earlier articles, you'll find these players
listed in the A and I XIs.  Don't blame me; I selected players according
to their alphabetical classification in Wisden.

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