I mention this because there are reports today that his record was equalled yesterday by Lancashire's Jordan Clark during a Championship Second XI game against Yorkshire. Clark is the first English player to do this - and only the fifth in history.
The equivalent might be scoring consecutive holes-in-one during a game of golf. This feat was easily and repeatedly achieved by the late Kim Jong Il, the beloved leader of North Korea who, in 1994, scored 11 holes-in-one during his first ever round, coming in 38 under par. This naturally remains a world record and, in case you're sceptically tempted to scoff, his brilliant display was witnessed by seventeen bodyguards.
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