How many South African born cricketers have played for England?

Since Andrew Strauss made his ODI debut in 2003, twelve other South African-born players have played international cricket for England.

Where is Mike Procter now?

Procter is a man of Natal – lives in Durban to this day – and at present is delivering food parcels to the poor as Covid-19 consumes the country. In his heyday, he carried all before him, most especially in the season when he took 59 wickets at 15 apiece and made more than 500 runs in just eight Currie Cup matches.

What is Michael Bevan doing now?

After retirement, he played beach cricket in Australia and also coached Chennai Superstars in the Indian Cricket League (ICL).

Who is the famous South African cricketer?

1 AB de Villiers. AB de Villiers, also known as “Mr. 360” and “Superman,” has captained the South African cricket team in Tests, ODIs, and T20s. Named the ICC ODI Player of the Year thrice, the Wisden “cricketer of the decade” is a devout Christian, has written an autobiography, and released a pop album.

Which South African player played for England?

SOUTH AFRICA: Basil D’Oliviera, Tony Greig, Ian Greig, Allan Lamb, Chris Smith, Robin Smith, Andrew Strauss, Kevin Pietersen, Matt Prior, Ian Trott.

How many black cricketers have played for England?

Prior to Archer’s recent inclusion, there have been 13 black cricketers to play for England who were born in the West Indies, including those big names from the 1990s such as Lewis, Malcolm and Gladstone Small. “There’s only a handful that have come through the system,” Rainford-Brent says.

How good was Graeme Pollock?

Pollock was an extremely powerful batsman, although his timing was perhaps his most obvious natural asset, and could also bowl effective legspin at times. He scored his maiden first-class century when he was just 16 and then posted his first Test hundred at 19 in Australia.

Who is Michael Bevan married to?

Tracy BevanMichael Bevan / Spouse (m. 1994–2014)

Who is Michael Bevans wife?

Tracy BevanMichael Bevan / Wife (m. 1994–2014)

Who is the greatest South African cricketer of all time?

Kallis has scored over 24,000 Runs internationally and taken over 500 wickets. He is the only cricketer in the world to do so. He is South Africa’s leading run-scorer in Test, ODI, and across all formats as well.

Who are some famous South African cricketers who also played for Zimbabwe?

2 John Traicos also played Test cricket for Zimbabwe. Only his record for South Africa is given above. 3 Kepler Wessels also played Test cricket for Australia. Only his record for South Africa is given above. 4 Jacques Kallis, Mark Boucher and Graeme Smith have all played for the ICC World XI. Only their records for South Africa are given above.

Who were the 4 native English cricketers in the 1966 World Cup?

They were Graeme Hick (Zimbabwe), Lamb and Robin Smith (South Africa), Derek Pringle (Kenya), Chris Lewis and Phil DeFreitas (West Indies) and Dermot Reeve (Hong Kong). The only four native Englishmen were skipper Graham Gooch, Alec Stewart, Jack Russell and Phil Tufnell.

How many South African players have played international cricket for England?

Since Andrew Strauss made his ODI debut in 2003, eleven other South African-born players have played international cricket for England. In total, 108 players born abroad have represented England, of a total of 741 players.

Who are the Caribbean-born players in England cricket team?

The most recent addition to the list of Caribbean-born England players is Chris Jordan, who was born in Barbados but came to England when he won a scholarship to Dulwich College. Now a mainstay of England’s T20I team, Jordan has also played eight Tests but is currently utilised as a white-ball specialist at international level.