List of International cricket families

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List of International cricket families is a list of people grouped by family who are associated with Test, One Day International or Twenty20 International cricket.

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Australia[edit]

Alderman/Emerson[edit]

Alderman's sister Denise Emerson is married to former Test umpire Ross Emerson and herself played seven Tests for the Australian women's cricket team.

Archer[edit]

Ken and Ron were brothers.

Bannerman[edit]

Alec and Charles were brothers.

Benaud[edit]

Richie and John are brothers.

Campbell/Ponting[edit]

Ponting is the nephew of Campbell.

Chappell/Richardson[edit]

Ian, Greg and Trevor Chappell are brothers and Vic Richardson's grandsons

Darling[edit]

Rick Darling was Joe Darling's Great-nephew

Gregory[edit]

Charles, Dave and Ned Gregory

Dave and Ned were brothers in a family of 6 cricketing brothers. Dave and Ned made their Test debut in the same match, the first recognised Test match (played in 1877 between Australia and England in Melbourne). Syd was Ned's son, and Harry Donnan was Ned's son-in-law. Jack was Dave and Ned's nephew.

Harvey[edit]

Neil and Merv were brothers. Another brother, Mick was a Test umpire.

See also: Harvey family

Healy/Starc[edit]

Alyssa is Ian's niece. Ian was the wicketkeeper for the Australian men's team. Alyssa, currently the wicketkeeper for the Australian women's team, she is married to Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc, they are the third couple to have both played test cricket.

Hussey[edit]

Michael is David's elder brother.

Laughlin[edit]

Ben is the son of Trevor.

Lee[edit]

Brett and Shane are brothers.

Lehmann/White[edit]

Darren and Craig are brothers-in-law, Darren is married to Craig's sister Andrea.

Marsh[edit]

Geoff is the father of Shaun and Mitchell.[1]

Pattinson[edit]

Darren and James are brothers, Darren has represented England in tests, James has represented Australia in tests and ODIs.

Shevill/Blade[edit]

Essie Shevill and Lily Shevill were twin sisters born 6 April 1908.[2] Fernie Blade and Rene Shevill were twin sisters born 20 August 1910.

Trumble[edit]

Hugh and John were brothers.

Waugh[edit]

Mark and Steve are fraternal twin brothers.

Bangladesh[edit]

Iqbal/Khan[edit]

Nafees and Tamim are brothers and the nephews of Akram.

Mahmudullah/Rahim[edit]

Mushfiqur Rahim and Mohammad Mahmudullah are brother-in-law.

Canada[edit]

Mulla[edit]

Asif and Mohsin are brothers.

England[edit]

Bairstow[edit]

Jonny is the son of David.

Broad[edit]

Stuart is the son of Chris.

Butcher[edit]

Mark is the son of Alan.

Compton[edit]

Nick is Denis's grandson.

Cowdrey[edit]

Chris and Graham are the sons of Colin. Fabian is the son of Chris.[3]

Edrich[edit]

Bill and John were cousins. Brian Edrich, Eric Edrich and Geoff Edrich were brothers of Bill, who also played first-class cricket.

Gilligan[edit]

The Gilligans were brothers.

Grace[edit]

Main article: Grace family

All were brothers, from a large family of cricketers. All three brothers played in the same match against Australia at The Oval in 1880.

Greig[edit]

Tony and Ian are brothers both born in South Africa but represented England.

Gunn[edit]

George and John were brothers and nephews of Billy. George's son G.V. Gunn played for Nottinghamshire.

Hardstaff[edit]

Hearne[edit]

Frank, George and Alec were brothers, and John was their cousin, from a large family of cricketers.

Frank Hearne played Test cricket for England against South Africa and later, having settled in South Africa, for South Africa against England. In the Cape Town Test of 1891-92, Frank played for South Africa while his two brothers and cousin were playing for England. Frank's son, George, also played for South Africa.

Hollioake[edit]

Adam and Ben were brothers.

Hutton[edit]

Sir Leonard was Richard's father.

Jones[edit]

Jeff is Simon's father.

Lloyd[edit]

Graham was the son of David.

Mann[edit]

George was the son of Frank.

Parks[edit]

Pattinson[edit]

Darren and James are brothers, Darren has represented England in tests, James has represented Australia in tests and ODIs.

Prideaux/Westbrook[edit]

Prideaux and Westbrook were married and both played in Tests for their country[4]

Pringle[edit]

Don is the father of Derek. Don played for East Africa in the 1975 World Cup.

Ranjitsinhji/Duleepsinhji[edit]

Duleep was Ranji's nephew.

Ajay is great grand nephew of Duleep.

Richardson[edit]

Peter is the older brother of Dick.

Sidebottom[edit]

Arnie is the father of Ryan

Smith[edit]

Chris is the older brother of Robin.

Stewart/Butcher[edit]

Alec is the son and Mark is the son-in-law of Micky. Alec and Mark were brothers-in-law. At one time in their respective playing careers. Butcher was married to Micky's daughter Judy.

Studd[edit]

George was the older brother of Charles.

Tate[edit]

Maurice was the son of Fred.

Townsend[edit]

David was the son of Charlie.

Tremlett[edit]

Chris is Maurice's grandson.

Tyldesley/Vaughan[edit]

Ernest and Johnny were brothers. Michael is the great grandson of one of the sisters of Johnny and Ernest.[5]

White/Lehmann[edit]

Darren and Craig are brothers-in-law, Darren is married to Craig's sister Andrea.

Wilson[edit]

Clem was the older brother of Rockley.

Hong Kong[edit]

Ahmed[edit]

Irfan and Nadeem are brothers.

India[edit]

Ali[edit]

Wazir Ali and Nazir Ali were brothers. They both made their Test debut in India's inaugural Test match, against England at Lord's in 1932. Wazir Ali's son, Khalid Wazir played Test cricket for Pakistan.

Amarnath[edit]

Surinder, Mohinder and Rajinder are sons of Lala.

Amar Singh/Ramji[edit]

They were brothers.

Apte[edit]

The Aptes were brothers.

Binny[edit]

Stuart is son of Roger

Edulji[edit]

Diana and Behroze are sisters.

Gaekwad[edit]

Anshuman is the son of Datta

Gavaskar[edit]

Sunil Gavaskar is Rohan's father and Mantri's nephew. Viswanath is married to Sunil Gavaskar's sister Kavita.

Ghulam Ahmed/Asif Iqbal[edit]

Ghulam Ahmed was the uncle of the Asif who represented Pakistan in Test cricket.

Gupte[edit]

Subhash was the elder brother of Baloo.

Jadeja/Ranjitsinhji/Duleepsinhji[edit]

Duleep was Ranji's nephew (They both are Indians, but played for England). Ajay is great grand nephew of Duleep.

Kanitkar[edit]

Hrishikesh is the son of Hemant.

Karthik/Itticheria[edit]

Susan Itticheria played Tests and ODI for Indian Women's Team. Her daughter Dipika Pallikal Karthik an Indian squash champion is married to Dinesh Karthik.

Khan/Jilani[edit]

They were brothers in law. See also #Burki/Khan

Kirmani/Abid Ali[edit]

Kirmani's daughter married Abid Ali's son in 2002,[6] but he died in 2008.[7]

Kripal/Milkha[edit]

They were brothers.

Manjrekar[edit]

Vijay Manjrekar was the father of Sanjay and the nephew of Hindlekar.

Mankad[edit]

Vinoo was the father of Ashok. Rahul Mankad, another son of Vinoo, was a first class cricketer.

Nayudu[edit]

C.K. was the elder brother of C.S.

Pataudi[edit]

Iftikhar was Mansur's father. Iftikhar played three Tests for England, before captaining the Indian team that toured England in 1946.

Pathan[edit]

Irfan and Yusuf are brothers. Yusuf is elder to irfan.

Roy[edit]

Pankaj was the father of Pranab and the uncle of Ambar

Rathour[edit]

Brothers in law

Sharma[edit]

Yashpal is the uncle of Chetan.

Singh[edit]

Yograj Singh is Yuvraj's father. Yograj played just one Test against New Zealand in 1981.

Ireland[edit]

Joyce[edit]

All are siblings who have played Test and/or ODI cricket in the Irish men's and women's cricket teams. Dominick and Ed made their debuts for opposite teams, Ireland and England respectively. Another brother, Gus, played first-class cricket for Ireland.

Mooney[edit]

John and Paul are brothers

O'Brien[edit]

Kevin and Niall are brothers and played together in the 2007,2011 and 2015 World Cup

Poynter[edit]

Andrew and Stuart are brothers

Kenya[edit]

Odhiambo/Odoyo[edit]

Thomas Odoyo is the uncle of Nelson Odhiambo

Odhiambo/Onyango/Ngoche[edit]

Nehemiah, Lameck, James and Shem are brothers

Obuya/Otieno[edit]

All three are brothers

Odumbe[edit]

Edward and Maurice are brothers

Suji[edit]

Tony and Martin are brothers

Tikolo[edit]

Tom Tikolo, elder brother of David and Steve, played first-class cricket for Kenya.

Namibia[edit]

Burger[edit]

Brothers. (Unrelated to Jan-Berrie Burger, despite the name.)

Kotze[edit]

Bjorn and Deon are brothers

Netherlands[edit]

Cooper[edit]

Tom and Ben are brothers.

Mol[edit]

Geert and Hendrik are brothers

Jonkman[edit]

Mark and Maurits are identical twins

New Zealand[edit]

Anderson[edit]

William "Mac" Anderson was Robert's father.

Astle/McMillan[edit]

Nathan is married to the sister of Craig's wife. Lisa is Nathan's sister.

NB: Todd Astle is unrelated.

Bracewell[edit]

Brendon and John Bracewell are brothers. Doug Bracewell is the son of Brendon Bracewell. Doug's cousin (Brendan and John's nephew) Michael has also played first class cricket.

Bradburn[edit]

Grant was the son of Wynne.

Cairns[edit]

Chris is the son of Lance.

Crowe[edit]

Jeff and Martin are brothers, sons of first class cricketer Dave Crowe

Hadlee[edit]

Walter is the father of brothers Barry, Dayle and Richard. Karen, who played in one One-day International for the New Zealand women's cricket team against England in 1977-78 was married to Richard.[4]

Harris[edit]

Parke "Zin" Harris is the father of Chris Harris. Chris's brother Ben also played domestic cricket for Canterbury.

Hart[edit]

Matthew is the older brother of Robbie.

Horne[edit]

Matt and Phil Horne are brothers.

Howarth[edit]

Geoff and Hedley Howarth are brothers.

Latham[edit]

Tom is the son of Rod.

Marshall[edit]

Hamish and James are identical twins.

McCullum[edit]

Nathan is the older brother of Brendon. Their father Stu played domestic cricket

McGlashan[edit]

Sara is the younger sister of Peter.

Parker[edit]

John and Murray are brothers.

Redmond[edit]

Rodney is Aaron's father

Reid[edit]

John is Richard's father.

NB: John Fulton Reid is unrelated, but is the cousin of Australian Test and ODI player Bruce Reid.

Rutherford[edit]

Ken is Hamish's father. Ken's brother Ian also played first-class cricket.

Signal[edit]

Rose and Liz are twin sisters and were the first instance of twins playing in the same Test: New Zealand women against England in 1984.

Snedden[edit]

Colin is Martin's uncle. Colin's father Warwick Snedden also played first-class cricket, as did Warwick and Colin's father Nessie.

Vivian[edit]

Giff was Graham's father.

Webb[edit]

Murray and Richard are brothers. Note: Murray Webb played only Tests; Richard played only One Day Internationals.

Pakistan[edit]

Akmal[edit]

Kamran,Umar and Adnan are brothers.Kamran is the eldest,and Umar is the youngest.

Burki/Khan[edit]

The first three are cousins. Baqa Jilani who was the uncle of the three, and Jahangir Khan who was the father of Majid played Test cricket for India. Bazid Khan is the son of Majid.

Dalpat/Kaneria[edit]

They are cousins

Elahi[edit]

Manzoor, Zahoor and Saleem are brothers.

Ahmed/Malik[edit]

Ijaz and Salim are brothers-in-law.

Farhat[edit]

Brothers, with both playing test and one day cricket.

Iqbal/Miandad[edit]

Javed is the uncle of Faisal

Khan[edit]

Brothers with both having represented the country in tests and one-dayers.

Mohammad[edit]

Hanif, Mushtaq, Sadiq and Wazir are brothers. A fifth brother Raees was once twelfth man for Pakistan. Hanif, Mushtaq and Sadiq all played against New Zealand at Karachi in 1969-70. Hanif is the father of Shoaib.[10]

Nazar[edit]

Nazar Mohammad is the father of Mudassar Nazar.[11]

Raja[edit]

Wasim and Rameez are brothers.

Scotland[edit]

Drummond[edit]

Brother and sister. Annette played in 2003 and 2013 for Scotland's Wildcats, Gordon retired as Scotland captain in 2013.

Haq/Hussain[edit]

Both men are cousins.[12]

Sri Lanka[edit]

de Alwis/Silva[edit]

Rasanjali is the wife of Guy. Both played test cricket

Ranatunga[edit]

All four were brothers.

Samaraweera[edit]

Dulip and Thilan are brothers

Warnapura[edit]

Bandula is the uncle of Malinda

Wettimuny[edit]

All three are brothers

South Africa[edit]

Blanckenberg/Ryneveld[edit]

Jimmy was the uncle of Clive.

Callaghan/Kemp[edit]

David and Justin are cousins

Kirsten[edit]

Paul and Gary are brothers, Andy and Peter are half-brothers of Gary and Paul.

Morkel[edit]

Albie is the elder brother of Morne.

Nourse[edit]

Dave was Dudley's father

Pollock[edit]

Peter and Graeme are brothers; Peter is Shaun's father.

Tancred[edit]

All three were brothers.

Tapscott[edit]

George and Lionel were brothers

West Indies[edit]

Bravo[edit]

Darren and Dwayne are half-brothers. Darren is a cousin of Brian.

Browne/Browne-John[edit]

All three are sisters. Beverley and Louise played for the West Indian women's cricket team. Anne was coach.

Cameron[edit]

Jimmy is the younger brother of John

Croft/Hunte[edit]

Colin Croft's father was a cousin of Conrad Hunte, Colin played for Guyana whilst Conrad played for Barbados, both played for the West Indies.[citation needed]

Collins/Edwards[edit]

Fidel and Pedro are half-brothers.

Gibbs/Lloyd[edit]

Both are cousins.

Grant[edit]

Both brothers captained the West Indies side.

Headley[edit]

George was Ron's father. Ron's son (and George's grandson), Dean Headley, played Test cricket for England.

Holford/Sobers[edit]

Both are cousins.

Kallicharan/Nagamootoo[edit]

Alvin is Mahendra's uncle. Both played for the West Indies and Guyana. Alvin's brother Derek also played for Guyana as did Mahendra's brother Vishal.

Kanhai/Nagamootoo[edit]

Rohan is Mahendra's uncle. Both played for the West Indies and Guyana.

Murray/Weekes[edit]

David is Everton's son. Both played for the West Indies and Barbados. David's son Ricky Hoyte also played for Barbados

Samuels[edit]

Robert is the older brother of Marlon

Shillingford[edit]

Grayson and Irvine were cousins[13] while Shane is related to both.[14] All three played tests for West Indies while Irvine also played ODIs.

Stollmeyer[edit]

The Stollmeyer brothers played cricket for the West Indies and Trinidad and Tobago.

Zimbabwe[edit]

Ervine[edit]

Sean and Craig are brothers.

Flower[edit]

Grant and Andy are brothers.

Jarvis[edit]

Malcolm is the father of Kyle

Masakadza[edit]

Hamilton and Shingirai are both older brothers to Wellington

Rennie[edit]

Gavin and John are brothers.

Strang[edit]

Bryan and Paul are brothers.

Note: All three pairs of Flowers, Rennies and Strangs played in a Test against New Zealand at Harare in September 1997.[15]

Waller[edit]

Andy is the father of Malcolm.[16]

Whittall[edit]

Andrew and Guy are cousins

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wu, Andrew (16 December 2014). "Shaun Marsh wants end to boom or bust days when he teams up with brother Mitchell". 
  2. ^ Lynch, Stephen (13 February 2006). "A catching problem, and the first twins". ESPNcricinfo. ESPN Inc. Retrieved 28 October 2014. 
  3. ^ "Fabian Cowdrey follows father and grandfather into Kent side". BBC Sport. 2 May 2012. 
  4. ^ a b Partnerships - at the crease, and in the church
  5. ^ Ernest Tyldesley cricinfo. Retrieved 9 February 2011
  6. ^ "Kirmani's daughter weds Abid Ali's son". Rediff. Retrieved 11 December 2015. 
  7. ^ "Faaqer Ali". CricketArchive. Retrieved 4 January 2016. 
  8. ^ Nadeem Khan's profile PCB. Retrieved 16 January 2011
  9. ^ Moin Khan's profile PCB. Retrieved 16 January 2011
  10. ^ Hanif Mohammad cricinfo 25 October 2011
  11. ^ Nazar Mohammad cricinfo Retrieved 25 October 2011
  12. ^ http://www.sundaymail.co.uk/sport/cricket/tm_headline=majid%2D-cousin-omer-can-help-saltires-maul-the-bears--%26method=full%26objectid=19273780%26siteid=64736-name_page.html
  13. ^ Grayson Shillingford espncricinfo profile Retrieved 22 April 2012
  14. ^ Shillingford's grandstand finish 21 April 2012 espncricinfo.com Retrieved 22 April 2012
  15. ^ Cricinfo: Zimbabwe v New Zealand, 1997/98, 1st Test
  16. ^ Andy Waller cricinfo 25 October 2011

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