Answering a question like this, while the current competition is ongoing, is usually a surefire way of ensuring there will be another instance almost immediately… but as I write there have been seven tied IPL matches that were decided by the Super Over tiebreaker. The first wasn't even in India: it was the game between Kolkata Knight Riders and Rajasthan Royals in Cape Town, during the second IPL season, in 2009. Royals have been involved in three of the ties, winning two of them. The most recent match that needed a super over was last year's encounter between Gujarat Lions and Mumbai Indians in Rajkot, which Mumbai went on to win. For the full list, click here, and scroll down to the bottom of the page.
Ed Joyce's appearance in Ireland's long-awaited maiden Test match, in Dublin, followed his younger sister Isobel's appearance in Ireland's only women's Test, also against Pakistan, elsewhere in Dublin, nearly 18 years previously, in July 2000.
Rather surprisingly, perhaps, there have been five lower first-up Championship totals than Yorkshire's 50 against Essex in Chelmsford earlier this month that nonetheless led to victory. Lowest of all remains Gloucestershire's 31 against Middlesex in Bristol in 1924, but the matches concerned aren't all long-ago ones: in 2010, also in Bristol, Derbyshire beat Gloucestershire despite being bowled out for 44.
Graeme Hick, who played for Worcestershire in the early years of the English T20 competition, was born in May 1966, and so is now nearly 52, but the oldest surviving man who appeared in a senior T20 match is Hick's former England team-mate Jack Russell, who was born in August 1963, so is now 54. Steve Rhodes (53), Vince Wells, Phil DeFreitas and Matthew Maynard (all 52) are also older than Hick.
The match you're talking about was the one in Tunbridge Wells in 1983, where India recovered from 17 for 5 to defeat Zimbabwe, mainly thanks to Kapil Dev's 175 not out. Both India's openers, Sunil Gavaskar and Kris Srikkanth, were out for 0. That was the first such instance in ODIs, and there have been nine more since: the most recent one was a couple of months ago in Dunedin, when New Zealand overhauled England's 335 for 9 despite losing Martin Guptill and Colin Munro for ducks. There have been 31 further instances of both openers being out for 0 in a match their side ended up losing.
Steven Lynch is the editor of the updated edition of Wisden on the Ashes