(Ramanan Raghavendran) writes:
>>Factoid question: Would anyone care to take a shot at naming
>>the four father-son Test cricket pairs in which father and
>>played for different countries?
>Heavens, I hadn't realised there were *any* until you
>asked! Another poster has mentioned Pataudi. Did
>Headley Jr ever play for England [looking in Wisden is
>cheating!]? The next targets would be the early
>Pakistan and Zimbabwe teams, which were partly
>"inherited" from India and South Africa resp.
(a) F. Hearne (Eng. and SA); G. Hearne (SA)
(b) I.A.K. Pataudi (Eng. and Ind.); M.A.K. Pataudi (Ind.)
(c) M. Jehangir Khan (Ind.) and Majid Khan (Pak.)
(d) S. Wazir Ali (Ind.) and Khalid Wazir (Pak.)
Obligatory factoid: The two Test players to have *two* sons
play Test cricket: Lala Amarnath and W.A. Hadlee.
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