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Is there any player that has represented two countries in cricket?

Asked by shane baptist, 18 Apr '08 10:42 am
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Answered by Shivam, 18 Apr '08 10:43 am

 
  
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Yes in fact there are quite a few players who have represented two countries in cricket, KC Wessels played for Australia and South Africa, CB Lambert played for West Indies and the US, AC Cummins played for West Indies and Canada, and DR Brown played for England and Scotland.
Answered by samron jude, 18 Apr '08 10:46 am

 
  
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Cricketers to play for 2 countries = Amir Elahi, Gul Mohammad, AH Kardar first for India then Pakistan. JJ Ferris, WE Midwinter, WL Murdoch, AE Trott, SMJ Woods first for Australia then for England. SC Guillen (windies to Kiwis), F Hearne & F Mitchell (England to South Africa), Nawab Pataudi Senior (England to India), AJ Traicos (South Africa to Zimbabwe) and Kappler Wessels for Australia then South Africa. Wessels also features in out list of best debuts in test match cricket.
Answered by Nirmal Rana, 18 Apr '08 10:50 am

 
  
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