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  • South African players who missed the window but played on the Rebel Tours

    Hello, just thought I would list the players who were in a test playing era yet due to Apartheid laws didn't play official international cricket.
    1. Garth Le Roux
    2. Ray Jennings WK
    3. Hugh Page - Pace Bowler
    4. Henry Fotheringham - Batsman.
    5. Vintcent Van Der Bijl. Pace Bowler
    6 Alan Kourie - Spinner
    7. Denys Hobson - Spinner.
    8. Ken McEwan.
    9. Kevin McKenzie.
    10. Stephen Jefferies - Left Arm Pace Bowler.
    11 L.Seeff
    12 B.J.Whitfield
    13 R.F.Pienaar
    14 W.K.Watson
    15 R.W.Hanley
    16 H.M Ackerman
    17 A.L.Biggs
    18 A.M.Short
    19 P.D.De Vaal.
    20 `Tich` Smith
    21 Chris Wilkins

    Duplicates:

    20 S.T.Jefferies - Above
    21 R.V.Jennings - Above
    22 H.A.Page - Above
    16 K.S.McEwan - Above
    17 H.R.Fotheringham - Above
    18 K.A.McKenzie - Above
    11 Alan Kourie, - Above
    12 Denys Hobson,- Above
    13 Garth Le Roux - Above
    14 Vintcent Van Der Bijl, - Above
    Last edited by Sureshot; 07-17-2018, 03:13 PM.

  • #2
    Originally posted by Sureshot View Post

    Listing names would be good, can you put it in the database feedback thread?

    Can only have one country for a player, and wouldn't be possible to change that for CC2018, maybe in the future.
    As instructed see above!

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    • #3
      If you want a list of Aussie players that skipped that window but played "tests" in South Africa let me know. Franklyn Stephenson is also a player from the West Indies who was on previous incarnations of Cricket Captain yet is now missing due to never playing an International match.

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      • #4
        Stephen.Jefferies for South Africa. Left Arm Pace Bowler is another for that list.

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        • #5
          Alan Kourie, Denys Hobson, Garth Le Roux and Vintcent Van Der Bijl, L.Seeff K.S.McEwan H.R.Fotheringham K.A.McKenzie B.J.Whitfield S.T.Jefferies R.V.Jennings H.A.Page R.F.Pienaar W.K.Watson R.W.Hanley H.M Ackerman A.L.Biggs A.M.Short & P.D.De Vaal.

          `Tich` Smith & Chris Wilkins

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          • #6
            I've combined yours and Springbok1970s list above.

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            • #7
              Thank you Sureshot!! Great work, thank you for the updates and can't wait to see those profiles in there.

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              • #8
                I`m really looking forward to being able to play South Africa v England & Australia, the 2 Test Series that were cancelled in 1970 & 1971.
                It would also be interesting to replay the 1975,1979,1983 & 1987 world cups.

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                • #9
                  These are all in the next database update.

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                  • #10
                    When is the next database update due? As I`ve got older, I`ve become less patient, that`s what retirement does to you. LOL

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Springbok 1970 View Post
                      I`m really looking forward to being able to play South Africa v England & Australia, the 2 Test Series that were cancelled in 1970 & 1971.
                      It would also be interesting to replay the 1975,1979,1983 & 1987 world cups.
                      Hi Springbok if you go to here -

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                      • #12
                        Hi Hallmitchell, interesting result, I must admit, I`m really interested in the period between 1970/1975, in my opinion, South Africa would have dominated world cricket, it would be a close thing between them, and the West Indies.
                        One will never really know, but I`ve always been fascinated by what may have been, after the South African side that destroyed Australia 4-0.

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                        • #13
                          As you can probably see, I`m a touch obsessed with this subject. Just to throw in a few more names, into an already large list of S.A players, that may have played international cricket, I saw that D.H.Robins, organised tours to S.A. where they played, to what could be called a representative team, consisting of some black players, with many of those already listed. But here are some that I missed. Andre Bruyns. Donald Mackay-Coghill. Peter Swart. Pelham Henwood. Darryl Bestall. Simon Bezuidenhout. Lorrie Wilmot. & Gavin Pfuhl.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Springbok 1970 View Post
                            When is the next database update due? As I`ve got older, I`ve become less patient, that`s what retirement does to you. LOL
                            I should be doing a new Steam build tomorrow, we've been working on a couple of issues this weekend.

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                            • #15
                              This update is live on Steam now.

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