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Edward Ede was a slow left-arm bowler who played occasionally for Hampshire between 1902 and 1906, with his final first-class game coming in 1908. His one extended run in the side came in 1905 - he finished the season with 28 wickets including a career-best 7 for 72 against Derbyshire. A solicitor by profession, he was tried and convicted of fraud in 1924 and emigrated to Australia soon after. He died from pneumonia after a fall.
Also, most consecutive ODIs, 40-year-old Test players, five-fors in tandem, and most wins by an Asian
Viv Richards' over-the-top celebrations and a commentary row blighted the fourth Test of 1990 in Bridgetown
Dirk Nannes likes messing about in the snow, can't speak Japanese or Dutch, and once saw Brad Hodge throw a shoe to delay a game
Like Asif Mujtaba before him, Fawad Alam brings to Pakistan a much-needed eye for detail and alertness to opportunity
He has been in awesome form against Bangladesh lately, but a stiffer challenge awaits later this year
Graeme Smith was the last of South Africa's old guard. The roots of the new one need to grow deeper