The gentleman’s game isn’t restricted to the international arena alone. The players burnish their skills in the most ambitious manner imaginable in the domestic form of the limited overs format. It isn’t a written law but it follows the same paradigm nevertheless – Having an extraordinary international record without shining at this form of the sport is frankly indigestible. So, here we present you the best players who have made their mark over the years.
#10. Desmond Haynes (Barbados)
Former West Indian Captain and one of the finest openers ever in the game, Desmond Haynes is our No. 10 on the list. With a formidable record both overseas and in the domestic format, this guy simply justifies the title of Wisden Cricketer of the Year, 1991. Having played 419 List A matches, he managed to amass a whopping run count of 15,651 inclusive of 28 centuries and 110 half-centuries. They say, old is gold. Now you see, it’s not without reason.