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    Who gets Cricinfo365 newsletter?

    I just got todays newsletter, and I read the answer to yesterday's question.

    I never knew that Graeme Hick represented Zimbabwe.

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    I always thought he was South African.
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    yea wasnt he representing s.a at some stage ???
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    Hick never represented either but is of Zimbabwean heritage


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    It said he represtented Zimbabwe as a 17 yr old in the 83 world cup.


    Answer to yesterday's question: Graeme Hick was the record-breaking batsman who clubbed a score of 405 for Worcestershire during the 1988 English domestic season. Hick, who was widely regarded as a schoolboy cricketing prodigy, appeared for his native Zimbabwe in the 1983 World Cup as a 17-year-old but ultimately elected to obtain British citizenship. Since becoming eligible, in 1991, to play for England, he has appeared in 65 Test matches and scored 3383 runs at the average of 31.32.



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