Cricketers who represented two different Countries

Cricketers who represented two different Countries

A list of Cricketers who have represented two different Countries in Limited overs Cricket.

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

 

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.

 

Players who played for 2 Countries in T20Is

 

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

 

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.

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