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1.TOP 10 Tallest Cricketers in History
2.TOP 10 Shortest Cricketers in History
3.TOP 10 Most Short Tempered Cricketers of the World
TOP 10 Cricketers Who Played For Two Countries
1- Ed Joyce
Edmund Christopher Joyce is an Irish cricketer who has played for both the Irish and English national cricket teams.
Joyce was a member of the squad in the 2006–07 Ashes series and 2007 World Cup.
Joyce got special dispensation from the ICC to play for Ireland in the 2011 World Cup.
2- Luke Ronchi
Luke Ronchi is a professional cricketer played for both the Australian and New Zealand national cricket teams.
For Australia he played one T20 and four ODIs against West Indies in 2008, and later played 2 further T20s against South African team in 2009.
He made his ODI debut for New Zealand in 2013, becoming the first player to play for both Australia and New Zealand at international level.
3- Dirk Nannes
Dirk Peter Nannes is a professional cricketer who has played internationally for both the Australia and the Netherlands.
He played two Twenty20 Internationals for the Netherlands at the 2009 ICC World Twenty20 tournament.
In same year he also made his One Day International (ODI) and T20I debuts for Australia.
4- Boyd Rankin
William Boyd Rankin is a cricketer from Northern Ireland, who has played international cricket for both England and Ireland.
He debuted for Ireland in 2007 against Bermuda. He also played for Ireland in 2007 ICC World Cup.
He debuted for England against New Zealand in a T20 match in 2013, and was named in the England squad for the 2013-14 Ashes series.
5- Eoin Morgan
Eoin Joseph Gerard Morgan is an Irish cricketer who played for both Ireland and England national cricket teams.
Morgan made his One Day International debut for Ireland on 5 August 2006 at the European Championships against Scotland.
Morgan made his England debut against West Indies in the second ODI in 2009 in a three-match ODI series.
6- Dougie Brown
Douglas Robert Brown is a former Scottish cricketer, who has represented both England and Scotland at International level.
Brown made his debut for England against India on 11 December 1997.
Since 2005 he has played ODI cricket for Scotland in the 2006 European Cricket Championships, 2007 World Cricket League and 2007 Cricket World Cup.
Anderson Cleophas Cummins is a former international cricketer who represented both the West Indies and Canada.
Cummins made his Test debut for the West Indies against Australia in 1993, but only appeared in four more Tests after that.
He made his Canadian debut against Scotland in 2007 and was included in the Canadian squad for the 2007 Cricket World Cup.
8- Clayton Lambert
Clayton Benjamin Lambert is a cricketer, who played for both West Indies and the United States.
Lambert first appeared in the West Indies team for a One Day International against England in 1991.
Lambert played for the United States in the 2004 ICC Champions Trophy at the age of 42.
9- Kepler Wessels
Kepler Christoffel Wessels is a former South African cricketer who played for both South Africa and Australia.
Wessels made his Australian debut in a Test against England on 26 November 1982.
He played for South Africa in 1992 becoming the captain of both Test and ODI sides at the age of 34.
Athanasios John Traicos is a former cricketer who represented South Africa and Zimbabwe at international level.
He made his Test match debut for South Africa against Australia at Durban in February 1970.
Traicos played for the Zimbabwe in country’s inaugural Test match against India in 1992.