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Today In Cricket History: 4 May

People born on this day:

1867:  Nicolaas Hendrik Christiaan de Jong Theunissen, one Test for South Africa 1889
1875:  Reggie Schwartz, first of the great South African googlists
1957:  Peter Sleep, Australian leg-spin all-rounder 1979-90.
1959:  Lynette Cook, no runs no wkts for Australia in 1987 Rose Bowl
1960:  Martyn Moxon, England batsman in ten Tests 1986-89
1962:  Rosemary Signal, sister of Elizabeth. One Test for New Zealand women 1984
1962:  Elizabeth Signal, sister of Rosemary. New Zealand womens batter 1984-88
1970:  Paul Wiseman, New Zealand Test off-spinner 1998-2001
1980:  Cheraldine Oudolf, Netherlands women's opening bowler 2000-01
1981:  Jacobus Andries (Jacques) Rudolph, South African LH-bat, Test 2003-
1983:  Daniel Christian, Wiradjuri man, Aus T20 all-rounder 2010
1984:  Manjural Islam Rana, Bangladesh left-arm spinner 2003-06, dead at 22
1985:  Ravi Bopara, Essex batsman, prolific for England since 2007

People died on this day:

1984:  Alicia Walsh, Australian off-spinner in women's Tests 1937

Events on this day:

1990:  Pakistan beat Aust by 36 runs to win Austral-Asia Cup, Sharjah

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Today In Cricket History was published in book form in 2009.

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