International Players

The players listed have helped promote and/or played  the great social, 8 side cricket format that is Last Man Stands. 

Darren Gough

Ian Harvey


Neil McKenzie



Marcus Trescothick

Jos Buttler

Craig Spearman



Nick Compton

Quinton De Kock

Adam Hollioake



Andy Bichel



Devon Malcolm

Paul Nixon 

Other notable famous players that have played Last Man Stands are:

Graeme Hick - Ex-England International Batsmen who played 68 tests scoring 3383 runs at an average of 33. Scored more than 40,000 first class runs in his career.

Brian Murphy - Ex-Zimbabwean Test & ODI Captain, Played over 40 times for his country, taking 47 wickets in the process.

Neil Smith - Off Spinner who played 6 ODIs for England with 347 wickets for Warwickshire during his career.

Alex Tudor - Famously scored 99* as a night watchmen for England. Played 10 tests & 3 ODI's but injury cut short his playing career at the highest level.

Humayoun Farhat - Wicket Keeper batsmen who played 1 test & 5 ODIs for Pakistan.

Lou Vincent - Ex-Kiwi International with a top score of 224 in Tests and 172 in ODIs. Became one of the first specialist one day players in the modern game.

Fanie De villiers - Ex-South African Fast bowler who took 85 wickets @ 24 in test matches and 95 wickets @ 27 in ODI. 

Ryan Watson - Scotland International who has played 25 times for his country. In 2003 he hit a century off just 43 balls v Somerset.

Martin Crowe - Ex-Kiwi International who played 77 test matches averaging over 45 with a top score of 299.

Tarun Nethula - Currently playing domestic cricket in Auckland and has played 5 ODIs for New Zealand.

Dion Nash - Ex-Kiwi International who was a right-arm fast medium bowler taking 93 Test wickets in a career spanning from 1992 to 2001.

Paul Hitchcock - Former Kiwi International who has played 15 times for his country during his playing career.

Andy Mckay - Left Arm Seam Bowler who has represented New Zealand in 1 Test and 19 ODI. Has 1 test wicket....Sachin Tendulkar.

Chris Cairns -  Former New Zealand All Rounder who finished his Test career with a batting average of 33 and a bowling average of 29.

George Dockrell - Current Irish International who has played in the T20 World Cup in 2009 and the ICC World Cup in 2010. Currently averages 16 in International T20 with the ball.

Justin Ontong - South African batsmen and occasional bowler who has played for SA in Test Matchs, ODI & T20s.

HD Ackerman - RetiredSouth African Batsmen who averaged over 40 in domestic cricket in a career that lasted 16 years.

Albie Morkel - Hard Hitting South African Batsmen who bowls medium pace. A T20 specialist who has played in the IPL for the past few seasons.

Mariska Kornet - Dutch International who has played for the Netherlands Womens team.

Jeremy Coney - Ex-Kiwi International who captained the Black Caps in 15 Tests and 25 ODIs. An average of over 37 makes him one of the most sucessful batsmen for New Zealand. Now a commentator on Sky Sports.

Monty Panesar - Left Arm Spinner who at the time of writing has taken 167 Test Wickets for England. Currently playing for Essex in the County Championship.

Peter Trego - An English cricketer who plays for Somerset. He is a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium pace bowler. 

Steve Kirby - Right Arm Fast bowler who took 572 first class wickets at an average less than 30.  Played for Yorkshire, Gloucestershire & Somerset during his career.

James Hildreth - English Batsmen who has represented England at all youth levels. Highest First Class score of 303* scored in 2009.

Richard Jones - English country cricketer who has played for Worcestershire, Warwickshire & Leicestershire where he took 5/34 in a T20 Blast game in 2014.

Jamie Overton - Young Fast Bowler who plays for Somerset. Clocked at over 93mph (15kph),tipped to represent England in the near future.

Mandy Yachad - A South African Batsmen, Mandy played in South Africa's second ever ODI against India.

Waqar Younis - Former Pakistani right-arm fast bowler, regarded as one of the greatest and fastest bowlers of all time.

Check out this link for video highlights of Darren Gough's LMS side taking on Ian Harvey's LMS side at Lord's in a pre-Ashes battle in 2013!

Check out this link and watch what happens to Monty Panesar in his first LMS game...