And there's an addition to last week's question about the man run out in both innings of his Test debut, from Annemarie Tanke from the Netherlands:
"I think I can better the answer you came up with: I got run out for a duck in both innings of the one and only Test I ever played! Pretty awful stuff ..." And it's true: poor Annemarie Tanke was run out for a duck in both innings of her first Test - the only official one ever played by the Netherlands' women's team - against South Africa in Rotterdam in July 2007. There are 10 instances of a player being run out in both innings of a women's Test - but this is the only one to involve a pair, and only the third time on debut (it also happened to the Australian pair of Joyce Dalton in 1957-58 and Ruth Buckstein in 1987). Annemarie did last for 51 balls in her runless first innings, but says overall it was "an experience to forget". However, she adds: "I'm definitely more proud of the stat that I am the only Dutch women's player with both a five-wicket haul and a fifty in one-day internationals!" She scored 61 against West Indies in Utrecht in 2008, and took 5 for 40 against Ireland in Deventer the previous year. It's always great to hear direct from an international player, so thanks to Annemarie for getting in touch - and for owning up!