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    February 27, 2007

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    Playing in this 2007 World Cup, will be five chaps who played in the 1992 edition. Four of them are Brian Lara, Inzamam-ul-Haq, Sachin Tendulkar and Sanath Jayasuriya. Name the fifth!

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    Is it Anil Kumble?

    By Blogger gra_ran (27-Feb-2007, 7:26:00 PM)  

    Ganguly!!!!!!!

    By Blogger anantha (27-Feb-2007, 8:47:00 PM)  

    Been reading Vic Marks's column, Jagadish?

    By Blogger Geoff (28-Feb-2007, 2:32:00 AM)  

    There isnt any fifth player who will be playing his 5th wcup. If you include umpires, it will be Steve Bucknor's fifth.

    Geoff, you are mistaken. Anderson Cummins played in 92 wcup and in no wcups after that. 2007 will only be his 2nd wcup

    By Blogger Prabhu (28-Feb-2007, 3:33:00 AM)  

    The question is just name 5 players who played in the 1992 WC, who are also a part of the 2007 WC. It does not state that this needs to be their fifth WC. So, that would make Cummins the answer I guess?

    By Blogger Vinod (28-Feb-2007, 5:16:00 AM)  

    Full marks to those who answered 'Cummins'. This question sponsored by Vic Marks, as Geoff pointed out.

    By Blogger Jagadish (28-Feb-2007, 10:29:00 AM)  

    Out of interest, is there consternation outside the UK regarding Ed Joyce? I can see why there might be, but find it hard to believe anyone cares.

    By Blogger Geoff (28-Feb-2007, 2:17:00 PM)  

    He's made a decision to play for a team which could be perceived to have a higher chance of going to the next round (or clocking up a few wins). In his opinion, his presence for Ireland would not have benefitted him as much as his presence for England. There's no 'patriotism' involved anyway.

    I think Gavin Hamilton did have the opportunity in 1999, but chose to go with Scotland.

    That said, the West Indies-Ireland game would be interesting. There's a bit of history between the two. In 2004, Ireland won, just as they did in 1969.

    By Blogger Jagadish (28-Feb-2007, 3:48:00 PM)  


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