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Sir Garfield Sobers
(One of the finest all-rounders in cricket)
Sir Garfield Sobers
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Birthdate: July 28, 1936
Birthplace: Bridgetown, Barbados

Sir Garfield Sobers is a former cricket player who represented the West Indies cricket team during the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. Renowned for his all-round abilities, Sobers is regarded as the greatest all-rounder of all time. He is also considered one of the greatest cricketers ever. In 2009, he was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame.

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Kane Williamson
(New Zealand Cricketer and All Time Leading Runscorer for New Zealand in Test Cricket)
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Birthdate: August 8, 1990
Birthplace: Tauranga, New Zealand
New Zealand national cricket team captain Kane Williamson became the only New Zealander on ICC’s Test team of the decade and led his country to the finals of the 2019 Cricket World Cup. By 2020, he had been named the world’s top Test batsman, with a batting rating of 890. 
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Allan Border
(Former Australian Cricket Team Captain and Outstanding Left-Hand Batsman)
Allan Border
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Birthdate: July 27, 1955
Birthplace: Cremorne, Australia

Legendary Australian cricketer Allan Border, also popularly known as AB, remains to be regarded as one of the best batsmen the game has ever had. Under his captaincy, Australia didn’t just win a World Cup but also brought back the Ashes in 1989. He is also one of Australia’s 100 National Living Treasures.

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James Anderson
(English International Cricketer and One of the Greatest Swing Bowlers in the History of Cricket)
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Birthdate: July 30, 1982
Birthplace: Burnley, Lancashire, England
Height: 6'2" (188 cm)
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Shivnarine Chanderpaul
(Guyanese Cricket Coach and Former Captain of the West Indies Cricket Team)
Shivnarine Chanderpaul
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Birthdate: August 16, 1974
Birthplace: Unity Village, Guyana
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Zaheer Abbas
(Pakistani Former Cricketer and First Batsman to Score Three Consecutive Centuries in One-Day Internationals)
Zaheer Abbas
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Birthdate: July 24, 1947
Birthplace: Sialkot, Pakistan

Legendary Pakistani batsman Zaheer Abbas was often called the Asian Bradman. He became the first batsman from Asia to score 100 first-class centuries and the first from Pakistan to score 4,000 and 5,000 runs. He has been named to the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame and has received the Pride of Performance Award.

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Graham Gooch
(Former English First-Class Cricketer and One of the Most Successful International Batsmen of His Generation)
Graham Gooch
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Birthdate: July 23, 1953
Birthplace: Whipps Cross, Essex, England
Height: 6'0" (183 cm)
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Jonty Rhodes
(Former South African Cricketer)
Jonty Rhodes
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Birthdate: July 27, 1969
Birthplace: Pietermaritzberg, Natal, South Africa

A person who redefined fielding in cricket, by bringing it to the forefront, South African cricketer Jonty Rhodes first gained attention when he flung himself to run-out Pakistani cricketer Inzamam-Ul-Haq in a 1992 World Cup game. He worked with Standard Bank and then coached the national team post-retirement.

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Greg Chappell
( Former Cricketer Who Played as a Batsman)
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Birthdate: August 7, 1948
Birthplace: Unley, Australia
Height: 6'1" (185 cm)
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Lisa Sthalekar
(Former Australian Cricketer and Captain of International Women's Cricket Team)
Lisa Sthalekar
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Birthdate: August 13, 1979
Birthplace: Pune, Maharashtra, India

 Australian cricket commentator and former cricketer, Lisa Sthalekar, was once the captain of Australia's international women's cricket team. Born in India and adopted by parents who lived in USA, she was introduced to cricket by her father. She started playing professionally as a young woman and went on to have an exemplary career. She retired in 2013. 

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Sandeep Lamichhane
(Nepalese Cricketer Who Played as a Right-Arm Leg Spin Bowler)
Sandeep Lamichhane
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Birthdate: August 2, 2000
Birthplace: Aruchaur, Syangja, Nepal

Sandeep Lamichhane is a Nepalese cricketer who plays for the Nepalese national team as a right-arm leg-spin bowler. Besides his national team, he has also played for Twenty20 franchise sides across the world. As a boy, he trained at  Chitwan Cricket Academy and was named in Nepal's under-19 squad. He is also a singer and has a YouTube channel. 

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Nat Sciver-Brunt
(English Cricket All-rounder)
Nat Sciver-Brunt
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Birthdate: August 20, 1992
Birthplace: Tokyo, Japan
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Shoaib Akhtar
(Pakistani Former Cricketer and Commentator)
Shoaib Akhtar
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Birthdate: August 13, 1975
Birthplace: Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan

Shoaib Akhtar is a Pakistani former cricketer. A fast bowler, he was the first one to be recorded bowling at 100 miles per hour, a feat that earned him the nickname “Rawalpindi Express.” He is a controversial figure. He retired from international cricket in 2011. He now runs a YouTube channel and has appeared in a few TV shows. 

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Yuzvendra Chahal
(Indian International Cricketer Who Plays as a Bowler)
Yuzvendra Chahal
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Birthdate: July 23, 1990
Birthplace: Jind, Haryana, India
Height: 5'6" (168 cm)
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Frank Worrell
(West Indies Cricketer and Former Senator of Jamaica)
Frank Worrell
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Birthdate: August 1, 1924
Birthplace: Bridgetown, Barbados
Died: March 13, 1967

Frank Worrell was a Jamaican cricket player who played for the West Indies cricket team as a batsman. He achieved popularity in the 1950s when he became the second black captain of the Windies. Frank Worrell was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame in 2009.

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Wayne Parnell
(South African Professional Cricketer)
Wayne Parnell
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Birthdate: July 30, 1989
Birthplace: Port Elizabeth, Cape Province, South Africa

South African cricketer Wayne Parnell started out as a left-arm pacer and is now an all-rounder. Known for his signature delivery, the Bender, he had a successful career in domestic and franchise cricket, but his international career was mostly riddled with injuries. He converted to Islam in 2011.

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Jeff Thomson
(Former Australian Cricketer and One of the Fastest Bowlers in the History of Cricket)
Jeff Thomson
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Birthdate: August 16, 1950
Birthplace: Greenacre, New South Wales, Australia
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Kusal Perera
(Sri Lankan Professional Cricketer)
Kusal Perera
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Birthdate: August 17, 1990
Birthplace: Kalubowila, Sri Lanka
Height: 5'6" (168 cm)
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Sherfane Rutherford
(Guyanese Cricketer)
Sherfane Rutherford
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Birthdate: August 15, 1998
Birthplace: Guyana
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Dilip Sardesai
(Indian International Cricketer)
Dilip Sardesai
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Birthdate: August 8, 1940
Birthplace: Margao, Goa, India
Died: July 2, 2007
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Yashpal Sharma
(Indian International Cricketer and Umpire)
Yashpal Sharma
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Birthdate: August 11, 1954
Birthplace: Ludhiana, East Punjab Punjab, India
Died: July 13, 2021
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Rameez Raja
(Pakistani Cricket Administrator, Commentator, and Former Cricketer)
Rameez Raja
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Birthdate: August 14, 1962
Birthplace: Faisalabad, Pakistan

Retired Pakistani cricketer Rameez Raja was a star batsman and one of the most significant players of his team in the 1980s and the 1990s. He took the final catch in Pakistan’s World Cup-winning match in 1992. Post-retirement, he has mostly been seen as a cricket commentator.

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Sandeep Patil
(Indian Former Cricketer)
Sandeep Patil
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Birthdate: August 18, 1956
Birthplace: Mumbai, India
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Venkatesh Prasad
(Indian Cricket Coach, Commentator and Former Cricketer)
Venkatesh Prasad
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Birthdate: August 5, 1969
Birthplace: Bengaluru, Karnataka
Height: 6'3" (190 cm)
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Bill Brown
(Australian Cricketer)
Bill Brown
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Birthdate: July 31, 1912
Birthplace: Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia
Died: March 16, 2008

Born to a dairy-farmer father, Bill Brown became part of the Australian squad in the Ashes tour at age 21. Though he created quite a stir with his double-hundred at a Lord's Test in 1938, his Test career was later affected by World War II. He later worked as a selector for Queensland.

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John Emburey
(Former English Cricketer)
John Emburey
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Birthdate: August 20, 1952
Birthplace: Peckham, London, England
Height: 6'2" (188 cm)
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Veerasammy Permaul
(Guyanese Professional Cricketer)
Veerasammy Permaul
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Birthdate: August 11, 1989
Birthplace: Albion, Guyana
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Lydia Greenway
(English Former Cricket Left-handed Batter and Tremendous Fielder)
Lydia Greenway
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Birthdate: August 6, 1985
Birthplace: Farnborough, Orpington, United Kingdom
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Narsingh Deonarine
(Guyanese Cricketer)
Narsingh Deonarine
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Birthdate: August 16, 1983
Birthplace: Berbice, Guyana
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Floyd Reifer
(Barbadian Cricketer and Politician)
Floyd Reifer
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Birthdate: July 23, 1972
Birthplace: Christ Church, Barbados
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Pedro Collins
(Cricket Coach and Former Cricketer Who Played as a Fast Bowler)
Pedro Collins
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Birthdate: August 12, 1976
Birthplace: Boscobelle, Barbados
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Godfrey Evans
(English Cricketer)
Godfrey Evans
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Birthdate: August 18, 1920
Birthplace: Finchley, England
Died: May 3, 1999
Height: 5'9" (175 cm)
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Vasbert Drakes
(Barbadian Cricketer)
Vasbert Drakes
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Birthdate: August 5, 1969
Birthplace: Springhead, Saint Andrew, Barbados
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Vijay Bharadwaj
(Cricketer, Coach)
Vijay Bharadwaj
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Birthdate: August 15, 1975
Birthplace: Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
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Mohammad Wasim Abbasi
(Pakistani-Dutch Cricket Coach and Cricketer)
Mohammad Wasim Abbasi
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Birthdate: August 8, 1978
Birthplace: Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan

Mohammad Wasim Abbasi is a Pakistani-Dutch former cricket player and coach. He represented Pakistan as well as the Dutch cricket team before being chosen as the coach of the Swedish national cricket team. In 2020, Mohammad Wasim Abbasi was appointed by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) as the chief selector.

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Norman Gordon
(South African Cricketer)
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Birthdate: August 6, 1911
Birthplace: Boksburg, Transvaal, South Africa
Died: September 2, 2014

Nicknamed Mobil for his generous use of Vaseline to put his unruly hair in place, South African cricketer Norman Gordon lived beyond 100 and was the oldest living Test cricketer before his death. His final Test match, known as the Timeless Test, continued for 10 days and ended in a draw.

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Philo Wallace
(Barbadian Cricketer)
Philo Wallace
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Birthdate: August 2, 1970
Birthplace: Barbados
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Stuart Williams
(Cricketer Batsman)
Stuart Williams
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Birthdate: August 12, 1969
Birthplace: Charlestown, Nevis
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Fayyaz Butt
(Omani Cricketer)
Fayyaz Butt
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Birthdate: August 17, 1993
Birthplace: Sialkot, Pakistan
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Josh Butler
(Cricketer who made his Twenty20 International (T20I) debut for Guernsey against Jersey on 31 May 2019)
Josh Butler
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Birthdate: August 8, 1996
Birthplace: Vale, Guernsey
Height: 5'11" (180 cm)
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Derek Shackleton
(England Cricketer)
Derek Shackleton
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Birthdate: August 12, 1924
Birthplace: Todmorden, England
Died: September 28, 2007
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Khaled Mahmud
(Bangladeshi Former Cricketer)
Khaled Mahmud
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Birthdate: July 26, 1971
Birthplace: Dhaka, Bangladesh
Height: 5'4" (163 cm)
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Rebecca Rolls
(New Zealand Former Cricket Wicket-keeper and Football Goalkeeper)
Rebecca Rolls
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Birthdate: August 22, 1975
Birthplace: Napier, New Zealand
Height: 5'10" (178 cm)
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Cecelia Joyce
(Irish Cricketer Who Played as a Right-Handed Batter and Leg Break Bowler)
Cecelia Joyce
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Birthdate: July 25, 1983
Birthplace: Wicklow, Ireland
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Adeel Raja
(Dutch Cricketer)
Adeel Raja
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Birthdate: August 15, 1980
Birthplace: Lahore, Pakistan

Adeel Raja is a Pakistan-born Dutch cricket player who played as an off spin bowler for the Netherlands national cricket team in One Day Internationals (ODI) from 2002 to 2011. Adeel Raja was part of the national team that competed in the 2011 Cricket World Cup. 

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Esha Rohit
(Emirati Cricketer)
Esha Rohit
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Birthdate: August 1, 1998
Birthplace: India
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Nisha Ali
(Emirati Cricketer)
Nisha Ali
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Birthdate: August 9, 1986
Birthplace: Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh