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    Robert Kennedy

    Former NZ test cricketer, who famously claimed the first wicket in the World Cup 1996.

    Also, assassinated former Advocate General, US Senator and Former US Prez JFK's brother.

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    Craig McDermott

    Former Australian pace bowler,
    A Character in the movie American Psycho.

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    Chris Smith First openly gay British cabinet minister; imported England opening batsman

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    Graeme Hick: Certain saviour of England's cricket team, 1987 - May 1991; shameful failure and middle-order waste of space for England's cricket team June 1991 onwards.


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    Stephen Fleming - Former NZ captain
    Stephen Flemmi - Former Italian Amercian mobster.

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    Napoleon - Former French commander
    Einstein - Former Scientist
    Napoleon Einstein - U-19 Indian cricketer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grecian View Post
    Paul Parker, great fielder. mediocre batsman for Sussex, or short-arse defender for Manyoo.
    Wash your mouth out! The man was a legend.

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    Robin Smith (comics), a British comic book artist
    Robin Smith (cricketer), a South African-born England international
    Robin Smith (psychologist), an American seminarian and author
    Robin Smith (wrestler), an American WWF performer
    Robin Smith (bishop), Anglican Bishop of Hertford, England, 1990-2001

    Ty Wiki.

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    Tony Cottee: Footballer; midget batsman for Glamorgan and Sussex, and footballer (Autobiography: "There's only 2 Tony Cotteys" (cf Andy Goram))

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    Peter Parker - Australian Umpire
    Peter Parker - Spiderman

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    Precambrian we must stop this or we will get dangerously obsessive



    This is a fantastic topic

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaremba View Post
    Precambrian we must stop this or we will get dangerously obsessive



    This is a fantastic topic
    Can't agree more.

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    Sachin Tendulkar - the master blaster
    Rahul Dravid - the wall

    Rahul Tondulkar - scored 357 in the Harris Shield, breaking Vinod Kambli's record set in that partnership with Tendulkar.

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    Amir Khan - Hit a six off the last ball and spared his village the penalty of a triple tax in the 1800's.

    Amir Khan - British boxer

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    Quote Originally Posted by G.I.Joe View Post
    Amir Khan - Hit a six off the last ball and spared his village the penalty of a triple tax in the 1800's.
    Explain please?

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