Father-Son pairs apperances in Cricket – By Suhas Bengeri

 

 

Shivnarine and Tagenarine Chanderpaul from West Indies and other father-son pairs who played together. Yesterday they hit 50 which is a record.

 

1. William Lillywhite, John Lillywhite and James Lillywhite (1851 – 1853) : ENGLAND .

2. William Clarke and Arthur Clarke (1855): ENGLAND

3. WG Grace Senior and WG Grace Junior (1893-1900): ENGLAND

 4. WG Grace and CB Grace (1900 – 1906): ENGLAND

 5. Richard Daft and Harry Daft (1891): ENGLAND

 6. AWF Somerset and APFC Somerset (1911-1913): ENGLAND

7. Walter Mead and Harold Mead (1913): ENGLAND

8. Thomas Reese and Daniel Reese (1918): NEW ZEALAND

9. Lebrun Constantine and Learie Constantine (1922):WEST INDIES

 10. Willie Quaife and Bernard Quaife (1920-1928): ENGLAND

11. Billy Bestwick and Robert Bestwick (1922): ENGLAND

12. George Gunn and George Vernon Gunn (1928 – 1932): ENGLAND

13. Maharaja of Patiala and Yuvraj of Patiala (1932 – 1938): INDIA

14. Dave Nourse and Dudley Nourse (1931 – 1936): SOUTH AFRICA 

15. Abdul Khaliq and Shaikh Nasiruddin (1941): ENGLAND /INDIA

 16 RWV Robins and RVC Robins (1954): ENGLAND

17. Bhagwant Singh and Arvind Singh (1961-1962): INDIA

 18. Lala Amarnath and Surinder Amarnath (1963): INDIA

18. Denis Streak and Heath Streak (1996): ZIMBABWE

 

LIST HAS MAXIMUM PLAYERS FROM ENGLAND…CLIMATE HAS

ANYTHING TO DO ?

AMARNATH MUST BE THE ONLY ONE TO HAVE PLAYED TEST ALSO

SURPRISINGLY, NO ONE FROM AUSTRALIA

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