Tuesday, 25 June 2013

Players who played for 2 Countries in ODIs and T20Is


List of Players who played for 2 Nations in ODIs


01. Kepler Wessels for Australia (1983-1985) and South Africa (1991-1994)
Cricketers who represented two different Countries
Kepler Wessels
For Australia:
Batting: Mat – 54, Runs – 1740, Avg – 36.25, 50s – 14, 100s -1, Best – 107
Bowling: Mat – 54, Wickets – 18, Avg  – 36.38, 5WI – 0, BBI – 2/16
For South Africa:
Batting: Mat – 55, Runs – 1627, Avg  – 32.54, 50s – 12, 100s – 0, Best – 90
Bowling: Mat – 55, Wickets – 0,  Avg – Nil, 5WI – 0, BBI – Nil

02. Clayton Lambert for West Indies (1990-1998) and United States for America (2004-2004)
Cricketers who represented two different Countries
Clayton Lambert
For West Indies:
Batting: Mat – 11, Runs – 368, Avg – 33.45, 50s – 1, 100s – 1, Best – 119
Bowling: Mat – 11, Wickets – 0, Avg – Nil, 5WI – 0, BBI – Nil
For United States of America:
Batting: Mat – 1, Runs – 39, Avg – 39, 50s – 0, 100s – 0, Best – 39
Bowling: Mat – 1, Wickets – 0, Avg – Nil, 5WI – 0, BBI – Nil

03. Anderson Cummins for West Indies (1991-1995) and Canada (2007-2007)
Cricketers who represented two different Countries
Anderson Cummins
For West Indies:
Batting: Mat – 63, Runs – 459, Avg – 15.30, 50s – 0, 100s – 0, Best – 44*
Bowling: Mat – 63, Wickets – 78, Avg – 28.79, 5WI – 1, BBI – 5/31
For Canada:
Batting: Mat – 13, Runs – 27, Avg – 4.50, 50s – 0, 100s – 0, Best 9*
Bowling: Mat – 13, Wickets – 13, Avg – 48.53, 5WI – 0, BBI – 3/60

04. Dougie Brown for England (1997-1998) and Scotland (2006-2007)
Cricketers who represented two different Countries
Dougie Brown
For England:
Batting: Mat – 9, Runs – 99, Avg – 24.75, 50s – 0, 100s – 0, Best – 21
Bowling: Mat – 9, Wickets – 7, Avg – 43.57, 5WI – 0, BBI – 2/28
For Scotland:
Batting: Mat – 16, Runs – 220, Avg – 15.71, 50s – 1, 100s – 0, Best – 50*
Bowling: Mat – 16, Wickets – 15, Avg – 40.93, 5WI – 0, BBI – 3/37

05. Ed Joyce for England (2006-2007) and Ireland (2011* -)
Cricketers who represented two different Countries
Ed Joyce
For England:
Batting: Mat – 17, Runs – 471, Avg – 27.70, 50s – 3, 100s – 1, Best – 107
For Ireland:
Batting: Mat – 17, Runs – 612, Avg – 40.80, 50s – 4, 100s – 1, Best – 116*

06. Eoin Morgan for Ireland (2006-2009) and England (2009*- )
Cricketers who represented two different Countries
Eoin Morgan
For Ireland:
Batting: Mat – 23, Runs – 744, Avg – 35.42, 50s – 5, 100s – 1, Best – 115
For England:
Batting: Mat – 71, Runs – 1995, Avg – 40.71, 50s – 12, 100s – 3, Best – 110*

07. Luke Ronchi for Australia (2008-2008) and New Zealand (2013*- )
Cricketers who represented two different Countries
Luke Ronchi

For Australia:
Batting: Mat – 4, Runs – 76, Avg – 38.00, 50s – 1, 100s – 0, Best – 64
For New Zealand:
Batting: Mat – 1, Runs – 0, Avg – 0, 50s – 0, 100s – 0, Best – 0


08. Boyd Rankin for Ireland (2007-2012) and England (2013*- )


Boyd Rankin


For Ireland:

Batting: Mat - 37, Runs - 35, Avg - 7.00, 50s - 0, 100s - 0, Best - 7*

Bowling: Mat - 37, Wickets - 43, Avg - 32.34, 5WI - 0, BBI - 3/32

For England:

Made his debut for England against Ireland on 3rd Sep, 2013 and took 4/46
STATS and FACTS 
Kepler Wessels is the only player to play over  50 matches for 2 International teams
# Luke Ronchi and Kepler Wessels are the only player to play ODIs for 2 TEST nations (For Australia and South Africa)
# Kepler Wessles is the only player to play for 2 International teams in both Tests and ODIs.
Anderson Cummins had a gap of 11 Years and 30 Days between his 2 ODI matches. He played his last ODI for WI on 19 December 1995 and then again played for Canada on 18 January 2007.
Anderson Cummins is the only player to take atleast 10 wickets for 2 teams in ODI cricket.
Eoin Morgan and Ed Joyce are the only players to score ODI centuries for 2 Cricketing nations.
Luke Ronchi is the only player to play as a Wicketkeeper for 2 ODI countries.
* Players who are playing still and not yet to retired. Hence stats may vary after every match.


List of Players who played for 2 Nations in T20

Internationals

01. Ed Joyce for England (2006-2007) and Ireland (2012*-)

For England:
Batting: Mat – 2, Runs – 1, Avg – 1.00, 50s – 0, 100s – 0, Best – 1
For Ireland:
Batting: Mat  – 11, Runs – 261, Avg – 37.28, 50s – 1, 100s – 0, Best – 78*

02. Dirk Nannes for Netherlands (2009-2009) and Australia (2009-2010)
Cricketers who represented two different Countries
Dirk Nannes


For Netherlands:
Batting: Mat – 2, Runs – 6, Avg – 6.00, 50s – 0, 100s – 0, Best – 6
Bowling: Mat – 2, Runs – 1, Avg  – 56.00, 5WI – 0, BBI – 1/26
For Australia:
Batting: Mat – 15, Runs – 16, Avg – 16.00, 50s – 0, 100s – 0, Best – 12*
Bowling: Mat – 15, Wickets – 27, Avg – 14.92, 5WI – 0, BBI – 4/18
02. Boyd Rankin for Ireland (2009-2012) and England (2013* - )




For Ireland:
Batting: Mat - 15, Runs - 13, Avg - 13.00, 50s - 0, 100s - 0, Best - 7*
Bowling: Mat - 15, Wickets - 17 - Avg - 21.41, 5WI - 0, BBI - 3/20
For England:
He played his first T20 match for England on 25th June 2013 against New Zealand at The Oval.

STATS and FACTS:
Ed Joyce is the only player to play for 2 nations in both ODIs and T20Is
# Dirk Nannes is the only player to play 2 T20 World Cups both for different teams (For NET in 2009 and for Aus in 2010)
* Luke Ronchi may play for New Zealand in T20s too.