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Post by bayman on Tue Dec 10, 2013 7:51 pm

well we've all know of the Chappell & Waugh brothers, Craig McDermott & son Alister, the Pollocks'  

is there any others out there ?


i ask this mainly to find out whether Shane George is related to Peter George, i got asked this question today & answered i don't know but i don't think so............so does anyone know the answer ?



of course there was a father & son duo for Pakistan...................



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Post by Scrappy on Tue Dec 10, 2013 8:46 pm

DARLING

Rick Darling [ real name Warrick Darling] South Australia and Australia
Had a Great Uncle who played football for the mighty Norwoods in the 19th century and was an Australian Cricket captain
That was opening batsman Joe Darling who made 3 Test centuries


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Post by Scrappy on Tue Dec 10, 2013 9:01 pm

Chad Sayers son of Dean
Dean Sayers father of Chad + Aaron
Aaron Sayers son of Dean

Deano was a bit of a legend around the Woodville Cricket Club
Coached Woodville to a recent Premiership against West Torrens

DEAN SAYERS
Dean took 3 First class wickets
1st Kim Hughes
2nd Craig Sargeant
3rd Desmond Haynes [caught by Flipper]
All 3 have played International cricket
Perhaps Deanos greatest cricketing highlight was shaking my hand once

CHAD SAYERS
90 First class wickets @ 22.16
Ive seen at District level
I am truly amazed he has performed so well
I was surprised when he was selected

AARON SAYERS
Son of Dean bro of Chad
Has played a 2nd eleven game against Tasmania in 2007
75*
2/76
0
The 3 quicks in that game were
Peter George
Gary Putland
Aaron Sayers


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Post by Scrappy on Tue Dec 10, 2013 9:11 pm

7/10/1946
EG 4/197
WA COLTS 6/138

William Alderman played for WA Colts
Alderman opened the bowling[1/38] and took the wicket of Cyril Washbrook
Made 18 in this single innings encounter

Williams son is Terry Alderman
Possibly Australia's greatest ever bowler when playing Tests in England

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Post by Scrappy on Mon Jan 06, 2014 12:59 pm

MATTHEW GALE
Queensland fast bowler Matthew Gale is the nephew of English fast bowling coach David Saker
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Post by testy on Mon Jan 06, 2014 7:20 pm

Richie Benaud and John Benaud ARE brothers.


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Post by Scrappy on Tue Jan 07, 2014 7:19 pm

JOHN BAIRSTOW
England current  wicketkeeper


DAVID BAIRSTOW
David Bairstow his father was a wicketkeeper as well
Played for England as well
Played one game against Australia in England 1980
LBW LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLenny Pascoe 6
Played 4 Test matches in total

David Bairstow died aged only 48



STUART BROAD
Current England all rounder


CHRIS BROAD
Chris Broad , his father
Current International Match Referee
Good opening batsman
Averaged 39.54 as batsman
Was a sensation when playing against Australia

TESTS IN AUSTRALUA
8 + 35*
162 +16
116 +15*
112 + DNB
6 +17
119 + DNB


TESTS IN ENGLAND V AUSTRALIA
37 +7
18 + 20

His father might just have the best batting average of all English batters that have made over 500 runs in Australia
Chris has an average of 75.75 in Test matches down under
That's very good as many International batters have failed here
Chris was a tall left handed opening batsman
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Post by FOOTYfollower on Wed Jan 08, 2014 8:53 am

Broad Snr was bloody hard for Australian bowlers to get out.

Was an annoying batsman, a little like Andrew Jones from NZ.

From memory, he (Broad) smashed his stumps after getting out in the celebratory Test in 1988 (was commemorating 2 centuries since 1788 from memory), and is now a Referee. How things change Smile
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Post by Scrappy on Sun Jan 19, 2014 10:36 am

TOM GARRETT
Born 26/7/1858
Died 6/8/1943
Played in the first test match between Australia and England in 1877 as a teenager
His claim to fame was batting in the first ever innings between the nations and being the not out batsman making 18 not out
Australia won that test by 45 runs
I think I have read that Tom ended up being the last survivor from that Australian team ?
Toms clan is for interesting reading

HUBERT GARRETT
His father was Tom
Hubert played County cricket in England
Born 13/11/1885 Victoria
Died 4/6/1915 Turkey
Hugh died near Achi, Baba, Gallipoli, Turkey , serving in the army
Died at the young age of 29
What a shocking family conclusion

RAY GARRETT
His great grandfather was Tom
Born 13/7/1949
Clyde played minor cricket in New Zealand in the 1970's

PETER GARRETT
His great grandfather was Tom
Born 16/4/1953
I don't know of any great cricketing feats for Peter
Peter was off course the lead singer of Midnight Oil and a recent Politician
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Post by Scrappy on Mon Mar 10, 2014 2:44 pm

Greg Campbell
Tasmanian and Australian cricketer
Turns 50 today

Greg Campbell is Ricky Ponting's uncle

Greg Cambell has a unique career, perhaps never been done before
4 tests
Against England , Sri Lanka, Pakistan and New Zealand

A rarity of sorts
4 Test matches against 4 different nations
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