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Can you name the England Test players we have identified from the 1970s to the present day who have who have surnames that are also commonly regarded as being first names for boys? We won’t accept surnames that contain in part a boy’s first name but is not read as a first name when the surname is viewed. For example, John Stephenson (1 Test; 24 August 1989 – 29 August 1989) would not count as an answer, as the Stephen part of the name is not a first name when read with the rest of the surname. Nor would Jack Richards (8 Tests; 14 November 1986 – 8 August 1988) count, as the ‘s’ at the end procludes it from counting as a singular first name.