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Thread: Success draft: Choose an XI full of players who had peak success at 11 different ages

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    I think Graeme Pollock 19
    Jack Hobbs 29
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    Hobbs is 30(most tons in 1912, born in 1882)


    Pollock is 20 or 21

    (most tons in '64 and '65, born in 44)
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    Malcom Marshall 26

    (born '58 most wickets '84)

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    Round 1:

    OverratedSanity - Imran Khan (35)
    AndrewB - Gary Sobers (22)
    Teuton - Sid Barnes (39)
    morgieb - Shane Warne (36)
    honestbharani - Keith Miller (32)
    mr_mister - Sachin Tendulkar (37)
    The Battler's Prince - Jack Hobbs (30)


    Round 2:

    The Battler's Prince - Graeme Pollock (20)
    mr_mister - Malcom Marshall (26)
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    morgieb -
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_mister View Post
    Hobbs is 30(most tons in 1912, born in 1882)


    Pollock is 20 or 21

    (most tons in '64 and '65, born in 44)
    Ok, I was going off actual age. As Hobbs was born 16 December, he made 4 tons when he was 29 and similarly for Pollock who scored the most centuries while he was actually 19.

    Edit: all good I see how we're doing it.
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    Morgieb is up now

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    Adam Gilchrist - 34 (3 centuries) or 66 dismissals at age 33.
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    The dismissals record for keepers is an interesting option I hadn't considered. I'll allow it

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    Len Hutton (3 centuries in 1949, the year he turned 33)
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    Nice wanted him
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    Round 3:

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