You’ve probably never heard of Darren Stevens, but the English all-rounder just wrote his name into cricket’s record books.
Stevens, 43, led Kent to a thumping 433-run win over Yorkshire in the County championship on Thursday.
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And he did so with a remarkable all-round display.
Stevens scored 237 with the bat before taking 5-20 with the ball in Yorkshire’s second innings.
In doing so, he became the oldest player in 124 years to record a double century and five-wicket haul in a first-class game.
The previous occasion was none other than WG Grace (46 years and 303 days) in 1895.
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It’s been a record-breaking few days in the Championship, with South African bowler Kyle Abbott also making history.
The Hampshire bowler picked up 17 wickets against Somerset - the best figures in first-class cricket since England's Jim Laker picked up all 10 wickets in an innings and match figures of 19-90 against Australia in Manchester in 1956.
Abbott took 9-40 and 8-46 to finish with 17-86 - the best bowling figures ever for Hampshire and the fourth-best in County Championship history.
His efforts also dented Somerset's hopes of winning the title with one match left in the season.
"It hasn't quite sunk in. It is pretty incredible,” the 32-year-old said.
“Yesterday I didn't think I'd take nine and I didn't think I'd take eight today.
"I reckon that is the best I can bowl."