Last edited by Jamee999; 27-12-2012 at 09:46 PM. Reason: it took me about half an hour to find a two game link from the U19 WC to the IPL
RIP Fardin Qayyumi (AKA "cricket player"; "Bob"), 1/11/1990 - 15/4/2006
Worked out my "with" number, just because.
I played with CJ Johnstone
He played for Southland with Jacob Duffy
Duffy played for Otago with Ryan ten Doeschate
Tendo played IPL with Gautam Gambhir
And then obviously Gambhir played with Sachin.
4. Said it would be much higher than "against"
Somebody has to...
I've played with Adam Gilchrist
He's played with Piyush Chawla...
Parmi | #1 draft pick | Jake King is **** | Big Bash League tipping champion of the universeCome and Paint Turtle
have any of Vic_o's U19 teammates played with sachin #couldbeonfor2
Brad McNamara @bbuzzmc
Will say this once and then nothing else. Defamation laws quite clear in Aus.be careful.
I'm devo that Gilchrist, Styris or McGrath hasn't played with the ****.
and yet andrew symonds has
I'm going to skip the six degrees business and nominate poor Devang Gandhi FTW.
The Indian team for the 1999-2000 triseries in Aus had some real gems. At one point, their middle order comprised of Hrishikesh Kanitkar, Jacob Martin, Devang Gandhi, Robin Singh and Samir Dighe.
you guys can pick domestic players I guess, I just figured we'd get more good anecdotes by limiting it to international cricket
RP Singh at the Oval 2011, while not the worst ever, has to be mentioned
Surely it would have to be a seam bowler.
Here is a playing XI of those whose grand children would be awestruck if told they played in the same side as SRT
- Sriram Sridharan
- Somasunder Sujith
- Vaidya Prashant
- Martin Jacob
- Singh Gursharan
- Paranjpe Jatin
- Dighe Sameer
- Bahutule Sairaj
- Singh VR
- Johnson David
- Mukherjee Saradindu
Forgot Prashant Vaidya. Remember he played a couple of ODIs in Sarjah in 1996. Poor guy was also used as a pinch hitter against SA I think.
There was also another fast bowler Paras Mahambrey who debuted in the same series in which Dravid and Ganguly debuted. Finished 2 tests with a bowling average of 74. Was much better in domestic cricket.
RIP Phil Hughes. Forever 63*
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