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KQA Cricket Quiz 2017 Finals

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7th edition of 'Well of Course' - annual KQA cricket quiz

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KQA Cricket Quiz 2017 Finals

  1. 1. Well Of Course VII Annual KQA cricket quiz @soganmageshwar @paap_singer
  2. 2. ROUNDS  Written Round 1  Clockwise (18 questions)  Written Round 2  Anti-clockwise (18 questions)  List It
  3. 3. WRITTEN ROUND 1  6 Audio Visuals  +10 for each question, some have multiple parts  +10 bonus for getting everything right
  4. 4. 1  Identify the batsman
  5. 5. 2  Identify this bowler who’s career ended with the emergence of Wasim Akram.  Also, Samir Chopra writes: “…reductive as this will sound, because he was distinguished..… Indeed, it might be the only reason that fans remember him today, including Pakistani ones. This was part of every introduction afforded to him in the print media, and it willy-nilly made him into a novelty in my mind.” What is this distinguishing feature?
  6. 6. 3  Identify the wicketkeeper
  7. 7. 4  The clip is from a Robelinda video titled “Worst teammate in cricket history”  Who is the subject of this video?
  8. 8. 5  Why is there so much confusion over this runout?
  9. 9. 6  Identify the batsman
  10. 10. EXCHANGE SHEETS
  11. 11. 1  Identify the batsman
  12. 12. A  Greg Ritchie
  13. 13. 2  Identify this bowler who’s career ended with the emergence of Wasim Akram.  Also, Samir Chopra writes: “…reductive as this will sound, because he was distinguished..… Indeed, it might be the only reason that fans remember him today, including Pakistani ones. This was part of every introduction afforded to him in the print media, and it willy-nilly made him into a novelty in my mind.” What is this distinguishing feature?
  14. 14. A  Aseem Hafeez  He had a pair of missing fingers on his right hand
  15. 15. 3  Identify the wicketkeeper
  16. 16. A  Saqlain Haider  He is the UAE wicketkeeper. With Brad Haddin taking a day's rest from the Australians' tour match against Pakistan A in Sharjah in October 2014, Haider was called upon to fill in.
  17. 17. 4  The clip is from a Robelinda video titled “Worst teammate in cricket history”  Who is the subject of this video?
  18. 18. A  Graeme Wood
  19. 19. 5  Why is there so much confusion over this runout?
  20. 20. A  A drunk spectator gets onto the field and throws it 70 yards to the bowler who runs Wood out. Hence the confusion
  21. 21. 6  Identify the batsman
  22. 22. A  Keith Arthurton
  23. 23. CLOCKWISE ROUND  18 questions  10 points on the bounce  Using the Sai Ganesh pounce system – 8 pounces through out the quiz.  +20 or -10
  24. 24. 1  In 1874, a certain sir Henry Thompson, surgeon to queen Victoria, assembled a group of supporters to his house and drew a declaration –  "We, the undersigned, disapprove the present custom of _______ ___ ____. We desire to substitute some more which shall rapidly resolve into its component elements, which will not affect the living." The list of signatories included a certain Shirley Brooks.  Why am I asking about this in a cricket quiz?
  25. 25. A  This was the founding of the British Cremation Society and Reginald Brooks was Shirley Brooks’ son.  Reginald wrote the obituary and in that he cremated English cricket rather than buried it as per Anglo-Saxon tradition.
  26. 26. 2  The following scorecards are the only 2 instances of what?
  27. 27. A  Only two instances where ODI ties have been resolved by awarding the win to the team that has lost fewer wickets
  28. 28. 3  Whose only first class game is shown here? He made his debut for Madras scoring 17 runs. His son though had a much longer career and even became the national captain.
  29. 29. A  Joe Hussain, father of Naseer Hussain
  30. 30. 4 (Q COURTESY GAURAV SUNDARARAMAN)  Connect them and add a recent addition to this list
  31. 31. A  Shakib Al Hasan  Hold the record for highest score and best bowling figures for their country
  32. 32. 5  The New Zealand squad from the U-19 WC in 2001/02 had a couple of international captains – Ross Taylor being one of them. Identify the other who has captained at the world cup both in ODI’s as well as T20’s?
  33. 33. A  Peter Borren
  34. 34. 6  X and Y have had a big impact on South African cricket, made their first class debuts in the same match in 1978.  X was an all-rounder for Eastern Province and Transvaal and managed 2,813 runs and 191 wickets in his first-class career. Y managed 1232 runs in his 33 games.  Their story continued and X replaced Y in 2013.
  35. 35. A  X – Haroon Lorgat  Y – Gerald Majola
  36. 36. 7  An MCC team toured India in March 2006 and invited Afghanistan over for a game, splitting the cost of Afghanistan’s trip to Mumbai with the British Embassy, who were one of the early financial supporters of the game in Afghanistan.  The MCC team was predominantly minor counties cricketers from England but captained by 48 year old stalwart X. X was dismissed for a duck as Afghanistan won the 40 over game by 171 runs.  The team also included Y, who made his debut for Yorkshire in 1994, played a total of 33 first class games scoring the 1 hundred, but never played test cricket.  X and Y?
  37. 37. A  X – Mike Gatting  Y – Richard Kettleborough
  38. 38. 8  In 2004, an Asian Cricket Council Under 17 tournament was held in India. In India’s opening game against Nepal - X making his u-17 debut came to bat at relatively comfortable 110/4 but lasted only 11 balls to be caught by the opposing captain.  In India’s next game, X was replaced by Y, but Y did not get a chance to bat as India raked up a score of 419/3. Y finally got a chance to bat in the final of the tournament and score 17.  X never got to play for the junior national team again but made his India debut earlier than Y, whereas Y graduated to U-19 and then the national team. X and Y once made test centuries in the same innings and put on a partnership of 280 runs.  Identify X, Y and the opposing captain who caught X in his U-17 debut
  39. 39. A  X – R Ashwin  Y – Rohit Sharma  Opposing Captain – Paras Khadka
  40. 40. 9  Before the start of the series, 4 players recreated an iconic photograph. The Age rumoured that, just like in the original, the 2nd player may not play due to injury. He eventually played the first test but did nothing of significance. But as the series progressed his performances diminished further and he fell down the pecking order, but he continued to play test matches due to injury to others. Eventually he was dropped for the last 2 tests and didn’t play for another year.  His comeback was due to injury to others, but despite having a career best performance, he never played another game.  Identify the player and what were the 4 players trying to recreate?
  41. 41. A  Jason Gillespie  The Abbey Road album cover
  42. 42. 10  In 2000, West Indies lost a series to England for the first time since 1969. This series was also the last for Curtly Ambrose. The last test of the series was in Oval. England won by 158 runs to win the series 3-1.  At the end of the series, Ambrose and Walsh left arms in arms and half way up the steps at Oval, Ambrose did something which symbolized that he was done. What did Ambrose do that is something we have always associated with him and evokes images of Pyrros Dimas at the 2004 Olympics?
  43. 43. A  He removed his famous white wristbands and threw them to the crowd.
  44. 44. 11  In 1959, Wes Hall was contracted to play for Central Lancashire league team Middleton. His employers Cable and Wireless refused to give him leave for 6 months in order to play the league season the following year. This meant that Middleton had to find some other overseas professional in order to ensure that the overseas professional maintains the standard of the team and get enough gate receipts.  Which unlikely cricketer, who would play a crucial role in a controversial incident a decade later, was the beneficiary of this?
  45. 45. A  Basil D’Oliveira  He was able to get out of South Africa and hence finally play for England in 1968
  46. 46. 12  He was given his nickname by teammate Darren Berry after a song by a band called Tone Loc called “_____ Cold Medina”. According to him, the song was playing and if you have had ten scotch and cokes, “_____ Cold Medina” sounds like “_____ _____ _____”  Identify this true blue patriot cricketer and the rather appropriate nickname.
  47. 47. A  ‘Funky’ Colin Miller
  48. 48. 13  When Australia toured Pakistan in 1959-60, their captain Richie Benaud had analysed and assessed how the Pakistanis could be combated. He was ‘aware of the tricks employed by the home team in laying the matting’.  According to an anecdote narrated by bowler Shuja-ud-din, (who played the series), Richie wanted to make sure the playing surfaces were not tampered with. He assigned 12th man Lindsay Kline to arrive at the ground two hours before the play started - just to make sure the matting was nailed in, in his presence everyday.  What other rather extreme measure did he take to ensure no tampering occurred? (Aus won the 3 test series 2-0)
  49. 49. A  Benaud made one of his men sleep at the ground on the eve of each day of the three Tests, lest any overnight pitch-tampering occur.
  50. 50. 14  Thanks to a ruling by the United Cricket Board in 1996, that was incorporated in the Wisden Almanack in 2006, Rohan Kanhai moved past Plum Warner on the list of all time leading first- class run scorers and joined his former teammate Gary Sobers on 86 hundreds.  Put funda and incorporate something named after the person in the picture
  51. 51. A  The Howa Bowl, named after Hassan Howa was a first-class cricket competition in South Africa that ran from the 1972-73 to 1990-91. It was limited to non white players, who were not permitted to compete in the Currie Cup.  Although the matches had not been given first-class status at the time, the United Cricket Board requested them to be and records were amended to include the 216 Howa Bowl matches.  Rohan Kanhai, played in South Africa for a time in the 1970s and his 188 not out for Transvaal v Eastern Province 1974-75 was the highest individual score.
  52. 52. 15  Who has this unenviable record of playing more matches, scoring more hundreds and taking more wickets against the National team than for it?  He played first class cricket for Otago, Tasmania and Warwickshire and was invariably playing against the national team when they toured these countries.
  53. 53. A  Khalid ‘Billy’ Ibadullah
  54. 54. 16  X has dismissed Y (who retired in 2016) 12 times across 3 formats, the most by any bowler.  During the 2006 tour, X dismissed Y thrice in five innings, so the England captain dropped down from the traditional opening slot to No.4 for the third ODI, and made a match-winning 47. Y however, fell for a duck in the next game to X again.  “..On that tour, Y shifted to No. 4 as England’s plan was to make Y not face me in the first ten overs. But our captain was also very smart. and held me back till Y came in. We always had a mental tussle going between us on the field.” X and Y?
  55. 55. A  X – Jhulan Goswami  Y – Charlotte Edwards
  56. 56. 17  He took his 99th catch in his 53rd test, but had to wait a good decade before grabbing his 100th. Who and what happened in the interim?
  57. 57. A  Bob Simpson  He initially retired after 53 tests with 99 catches but was recalled for a series against India when the WSC happened. He duly took his 100th catch.
  58. 58. 18  In his early years, his helmet was too big for his head. He could not find the right size helmet for himself, and he tried to find a way to make the helmet that he was wearing fit perfectly. He started using a ___ _______. Once he started to do well, it became a trademark and people started sending him _________ as gifts. He claims to have over 100 now because of his fans.  Whose trademark style is being discussed?
  59. 59. A  Ramnaresh Sarwan and his red bandana
  60. 60. WRITTEN ROUND 2  10 classic pictures  10 for correct answer  +10 for getting all right
  61. 61. 1  Identify the batsman, who was colloquially and rather meanly known for having made almost as many tours as he had played Tests  This delivery ended which test?
  62. 62. 2  There was some confusion about the scorecard during this partnership. The umpire Tiger Smith claimed he missed a no-ball from Arthur Daer. In fact one of the scorers reported to Charles Bray the opposing captain: “Sorry to disturb you, skip, but all hell is going on out there. They want us to find an extra run to beat the record and I won’t do it without your permission.” Bray, somewhat graciously, responded: “Find a run for them, Charles. They’ve batted magnificently and more than deserve the record.”  Identify the two batsmen from this historic game
  63. 63. 3  Image from a legendary partnership which revived the team and allowed them to score 454 from a pretty hopeless position. Identify the 2 batsmen involved
  64. 64. 4  Who’s the batsman playing a stroke on the way to his career best 285*?  Also identify the wicketkeeper who kept wickets for the first three tests in his career.
  65. 65. 5  “I wince a bit when I see it (really, I should have got royalties because it has been reproduced all over the world), but think it is best to try and to laugh about it now. I tell people ‘I lost control of my right leg’ and sometimes even add a line that a football club on seeing my photo, and the height of my right foot above my head, offered me a trial..”  Who about which famous photo?
  66. 66. 6  2 retired English cricketers meeting each other at the Oval in the 1950’s. One played for almost 50 years, the other ended with one of the lowest bowling averages. Who?
  67. 67. 7  Where are they celebrating this victory?
  68. 68. 8  Identify her, who did this 405 times.
  69. 69. 9  Who opening the stand named after him in 1991? He joked that this stand didn’t have a bar, a place where he would most likely be found.
  70. 70. 10  Identify this much admired writer seen here during his playing career
  71. 71. EXCHANGE SHEETS
  72. 72. 1  Identify the batsman, who was colloquially and rather meanly known for having made almost as many tours as he had played Tests  This delivery ended which test?
  73. 73. A  Ray Bright  This Yorker ended the 1981 Headingley test
  74. 74. 2  There was some confusion about the scorecard during this partnership. The umpire Tiger Smith claimed he missed a no-ball from Arthur Daer. In fact one of the scorers reported to Charles Bray the opposing captain: “Sorry to disturb you, skip, but all hell is going on out there. They want us to find an extra run to beat the record and I won’t do it without your permission.” Bray, somewhat graciously, responded: “Find a run for them, Charles. They’ve batted magnificently and more than deserve the record.”  Identify the two batsmen from this historic game
  75. 75. A  Percy Holmes and Herbert Sutcliffe
  76. 76. 3  Image from a legendary partnership which revived the team and allowed them to score 454 from a pretty hopeless position. Identify the 2 batsmen involved
  77. 77. A  Chandu Sarwate and Shute Banerjee
  78. 78. 4  Who’s the batsman playing a stroke on the way to his career best 285*?  Also identify the wicketkeeper who kept wickets for the first three tests in his career.
  79. 79. A  Peter May  Rohan Kanhai
  80. 80. 5  “I wince a bit when I see it (really, I should have got royalties because it has been reproduced all over the world), but think it is best to try and to laugh about it now. I tell people ‘I lost control of my right leg’ and sometimes even add a line that a football club on seeing my photo, and the height of my right foot above my head, offered me a trial..”  Who about which famous photo?
  81. 81. A  Michael Holding about the time he kicked the stumps after an umpire turned down an appeal
  82. 82. 6  2 retired English cricketers meeting each other at the Oval in the 1950’s. One played for almost 50 years, the other ended with one of the lowest bowling averages. Who?
  83. 83. A  Sydney Barnes  Wilfred Rhodes
  84. 84. 7  Where are they celebrating this victory?
  85. 85. A  Lavington Sports Oval, Albury  Zimbabwe defeated England by 9 runs in the 1992 World Cup. The only international game, Albury has hosted.
  86. 86. 8  Identify her, who did this 405 times.
  87. 87. A  Hillie Ambrose - mother of Curtly.  She would ring a bell outside her house whenever Curtly took a wicket
  88. 88. 9  Who opening the stand named after him in 1991? He joked that this stand didn’t have a bar, a place where he would most likely be found.
  89. 89. A  Denis Compton
  90. 90. 10  Identify this much admired writer seen here during his playing career
  91. 91. A  Peter Roebuck
  92. 92. ANTI - CLOCKWISE ROUND  18 questions  10 points on the bounce  Using the Sai Ganesh pounce system – 8 pounces through out the quiz.  +20 or -10
  93. 93. 1  During the break between the innings of a historic match, X gave what several players called a ‘Churchillian’ speech’. He bounded around the changing room, topless and with a look of raw intensity in his eyes and went to every player in the dressing room, reminding them of the stakes if they lost: a return to their mundane existences as teachers, postmen and farmers. Only two had professional cricketing contracts. ‘I sure as hell don’t want to go back and sell fabric,’ he told his team.  Who?
  94. 94. A  Trent Johnston during Ireland’s win over Pakistan in the ’07 World Cup
  95. 95. 2  What ill-fated and often misinterpreted rule came into picture because of this? The rule is no longer applied.
  96. 96. A  Immunity from bouncers for non-recognized batsmen. Became very difficult to enforce, hence the rule was later removed  This was Bob Willis bowling a bouncer to Iqbal Qasim
  97. 97. 3  Victoria college was one of the most expensive schools in Egypt. One of its old boys, Fares Sarofem Bey, organized an Egyptian tour of England in 1951. They played matches against English public schools, the lords and Commons and MCC.  Among their star performers was a former captain of the school team, an all rounder of Lebanese origin called Michel Chaloub. How do we better know Michel?  He became famous in another field with another name.
  98. 98. A  Omar Sharif
  99. 99. 4  His first 3 List A games were in 3 different countries. His ODI debut was in his country of birth but also against the country of his birth. After his test debut, he was replaced by someone with a similar name as his in the next test.  Who is this well travelled sportsman?
  100. 100. A  Robin Singh  First 2 List A games were for T&T in T&T and in Jamaica. After that he played for Boards president XI against Bengal in Calcutta.
  101. 101. 5  After getting hit, the PA system asked for a doctor in the house. But a doctor with a glass of rum in shorts showed up and declared that nothing was wrong. A visit to the specialist did not yield any other result. Knowing that he would be bowling the next day, he decided to do some upper body workout and the pain become unbearable. It was only when a certain Dr Raj Jamula, opened the clinic the next morning, a proper diagnosis was done and a fracture was revealed.  When asked despite all the pain, why he did it - the cricketer in question replied “How often do I bowl with 500 runs on the board”. Who and what incident?
  102. 102. A  Anil Kumble bowling with a broken jaw in Antigua 2002
  103. 103. 6  Who in September 1959 was charged with driving without due care and attention and was fined 10£, adding to burden of responsibility that he already felt?
  104. 104. A  Gary Sobers.  This was after the accident that killed Collie Smith. Gary Sobers was the driver at the time.
  105. 105. 7  His sporting career started with him playing as a goalkeeper in the Jamaican Parish leagues. He played for Jamaican schoolboys against Brazilian schoolboys in 1964 and managed to do well as a keeper in a 1-1 draw.  Many years later, he took part in a game at the Estadio Cuscatian, San Salvador where the home side won 5-0 and the game had 2 yellow cards being shown.  Who?
  106. 106. A  Steve Bucknor
  107. 107. 8  Clairmonte Depeiaza was a West Indian wicket keeper who once put together a long standing 6th wicket world record partnership with Denis Atkinson of 347 runs.  He had a slightly unusual way of playing the forward defense and would be bending more than other batsmen. Considering this, what was his quite appropriate nickname?
  108. 108. A  Leaning Tower Depeiaza
  109. 109. 9  Who is Baroda’s most capped cricketer at the first class level? He had over 7000 runs at the international level but never officially played for India. His selection on an overseas tour, saw him be a part of the 2 side games that were scheduled, but were both rained off without a ball being bowled. He however played in a 3rd game on that tour.
  110. 110. A  Connor Williams
  111. 111. 10  In the 1930-31 Moin-ud-Dowlah Cup, the semi finals took place between Hyderabad and another side put together by X and hence was called X xi.  Hyderabad started well and put together a good score of 265. X xi responded with 329 with only Y, who shares a slightly unusual record with Javed Miandad, scoring 165. X xi won based on the first innings lead.  Some of the games played by X xi were not deemed First class and this led to a few statisticians disregarding centuries by Y’s most famous opening partner.  Identify X, Y and the opening partner
  112. 112. A  X - Maharaja of Vizianagaram  Y - Herbert Sutcliffe  Opening Partner - Jack Hobbs
  113. 113. 11  After South Africa’s pretty terrible exit from the T20 world cup in 2016, they decided to appoint a 4 man committee to conduct a review of all national teams. The team consists of former test batsman Adam Bacher (he took that unbelievable catch at Cape Town 1996), Dawn Mokhobo, chairperson of the CSA HR committee, sports psychologist Dr Ross Tucker and X  X, though not involved in serious cricket, played a bit of school cricket and was involved in the marketing of the IPL when it was held in South Africa in 2009. He was also the captain of the domestic side that lost only twice in a 2 year period (1993-1994).  Who is X?
  114. 114. A  Francois Pienaar
  115. 115. 12  Peter Pocock, a batsman of limited ability was fretting over the prospect of facing Wes Hall. Then a miracle happened. As Hall thundered in, something that Wes Hall wore, flew up and caught him painfully in the eye, leading to Wes Hall stopping bowling that day.  What had saved Peter Pocock?
  116. 116. A  The crucifix that he used to wear
  117. 117. 13  Who described his feat in this very understated fashion? This feat has been very recently achieved again.  “Wet wicket. Fourth Test. Won Toss. Made 299. Self 104. RAD [Reg Duff] 50. 1st wicket 135. England five for 70. Tate [Fred Tate] 1st Test.”  Who recently achieved this feat?
  118. 118. A  Victor Trumper  Hundred before lunch on Day 1  David Warner
  119. 119. 14  Kevin O’Brien has taken a wonderful catch at slip to dismiss X and celebrated this way. Whose catch has he taken?
  120. 120. A  Krishna Chandran Karate
  121. 121. 15  It started, when he played in a tour game against a Geelong District team in 1981. “A fellow called Peter Oxlade had batted all day for 90-odd. He bored the living daylights out of us. He had no helmet, just a cap and the last over before the end of the day I bounced him few times and cut him across the eye. An accident, one of those things that happen. A youngster, about eight years old, ran in the field and called me a mongrel and I chased him. And I got him. I gave him a wee lecture, told him, ‘If you’re 16 years of age I would give you a clip around the ear’.“  “The next day the Channel Ten, Channel Nine, Channel Seven helicopters were circling — they all wanted an interview. My biggest mistake was questioning the education system here and that the Prime Minister would not be very impressed with what youngsters were saying to foreigners."  This became a staple of certain games involving this player. In fact, when this player was knighted, Sir Don even sent him a cartoon referencing this. Who, what are we taking about?
  122. 122. A  Richard Hadlee  “Hadlee is a wanker” chant at the MCG
  123. 123. 16  On the verge of an important landmark at the start of the day, X seemed really nervous. Y on debut, batting alongside him, knowing how X was feeling calmed him down by saying “Gee, I didn’t think so many people would turn up to see me score a hundred”. X laughed, felt a lot more clear headed when the play began and reached the landmark. Y also ended up scoring a hundred.  X, Y, landmark?
  124. 124. A  X – Brendon Mccullum  Y – Jimmy Neesham  First triple hundred for NZ
  125. 125. 17  Tarak Sinha is a legendary Indian coach who has coached 11 India internationals at the Sonnet club. A 12th international could be Rishabh Pant who could make his debut in the T20 series against England.  Identify the blanked out name in this list, who captained India and won an Arjuna Award.
  126. 126. A  Anjum Chopra
  127. 127. 18  Growing up Brian Lara would tune into the radio in the middle of the night, with the radio hidden under his pillow. His early hero was X, a West Indian and Guyanese left-hander, who is remembered for playing a superb innings in Australia. Who is the left hander?  Lara did something most often in his career as a way of imitating his hero. This was more prominently seen during his early years in test cricket. What did Lara do in order to imitate his hero?
  128. 128. A  Roy Fredricks  Lara batted with sleeve shirts buttoned at the wrist just like him
  129. 129. LIST IT  This is a list-caption round  Answers from Main List, need to be appended with other names to create new lists.  Points for each list as mentioned.
  130. 130.  List 1 – Only 5 Indians have taken 5 or more wickets in a world cup game. Name them (5 x 5 = 25)  List 2 – One of them from list 1 and one more person form an exclusive club for India with respect to world cup. Club and the 2 people involved (5 + (2*5) = 15)  List 3 – One more from List 1, along with 3 other Indian test cricketers forms another exclusive club with respect to India. Think of origin. Club and the 4 people involved (5 + (4*5) = 25)  List 4 – One more from List 1, along with 3 others form an as of now 4 member list with respect to India. Think of honours and recent awards. Club and the 4 people involved (5 + (4*5) = 25)  List 5 – One more from List 1, along with 6 other Indian fast bowlers has achieved a particular feat in test match cricket. 2 of them have done it twice. Feat and the 6 other Indians involved (5 + (7*5) = 40)  List 6 – One more from List 1, along with 6 other Indians have achieved a particular feat in ODI’s with the person from List 1 having done it twice. Identify the list and the 6 other Indians involved (5 + (7*5) = 40)
  131. 131. EXCHANGE PAPERS
  132. 132. ANSWER  List 1 (5 wicket haul in World Cup)  Ashish Nehra  Yuvraj Singh  Kapil Dev  Venkatesh Prasad  Robin Singh
  133. 133. ANSWER  List 2 (Man of the Series at World Cup)  Yuvraj Singh  Sachin Tendulkar
  134. 134. ANSWER  List 3 (Indian cricketers born elsewhere)  Robin Singh  Lall Singh  Salim Durani  Ashok Gandotra
  135. 135. ANSWER  List 4 (ICC Hall of Fame)  Kapil Dev  Bishan Singh Bedi  Sunil Gavaskar  Anil Kumble
  136. 136. ANSWER  List 5 (10 wickets in a match by a fast bowler)  Venkatesh Prasad  Chetan Sharma  Javagal Srinath  Zaheer Khan  Kapil Dev  Irfan Pathan  Ishant Sharma
  137. 137. ANSWER  List 6 (6 wickets in an ODI)  Ashish Nehra  Anil Kumble  Amit Mishra  Sreesanth  Ajit Agarkar  Murali Kartik  Stuart Binny
  138. 138. End of day’s play

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