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1. This Smith made his Test debut in the famous tied Test in Brisbane in 1960, and played only five Tests in a short career. Who is he?
2. This Jones set a world record partnership for the 3rd wicket. He scored 186 in a partnership of 467 with his captain, against Sri Lanka in 1991.
3. A South African-born 'Smith', played for England from 1988 to 1996, scoring nine Test centuries. Who is he?
4. After batting for eight and a half hours in a Test in India in 1986, this Jones had to be treated in hospital after the completion of the innings for exhaustion. What is his first name?
5. Ian Smith was New Zealand's wicketkeeper in 63 Tests between 1980 & 1992 and is a TV cricket commentator. What was his highest Test score?
6. A left arm fast bowling Welshman played for England in fifteen Tests between 1964 and 1968, and took 44 wickets. His name is Ivor Jones, but he is better known by his middle name, which is ___________ ?
7. This Smith scored two consecutive double centuries in tests against England in 2003. Who is he?
8. Invalided out of the Ashes tour of Australia in 2003 after rupturing a ligament in his right knee, this Jones has played only two Tests and taken five wickets for England up to the start of the 2003 season. What is his name?
9. This Smith played eight Tests for England from 1983 to 1986, having a top score of 91. His younger brother also played for England. He was a prolific scorer for his county, Hampshire, for whom he played for many years, until he retired to take up the position of Chief Executive of the Western Australian Cricket Association. What is his first name?
10. Smith or Jones: what will this one be? After being born in England in 1972, this cricketer made her Test debut for Australia in 1998, and scored her first Test century in her first Test innings. Is Melanie a Smith or a Jones?
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