Who was the best spin bowler from this country?

Who is the best spinner from this cricket playing country native to this :

http://t3.pacific.edu/teams/M013105/PV-Jaguar-InJungle-WaterMirror.jpg

Ha ha ! Good try !

This is going to be a good one !

Chosen Answer:

It’s Guyana, in South America. The best spinner from Guyana was Roger Harper. Lance Gibbs is the second best.

Roger has a better average.

10 thoughts on “Who was the best spin bowler from this country?

  1. It is supposed to be a Jaguar…….
    If what you are saying is Leopards or Panthers ,they live in South Africa(basically almost any African country like Kenya,Zimbabwe) and India,possibly SriLanka
    Best spin bowler from India , I will go for Kumble
    For SL- its ofcourse Murali
    if its RSA, IDK maybe Symcox

    Kenya and Zimbabwe, I don’t have any idea,
    For Zims I will try Paul Strang

    Iam NOT sure whether Leopards live in Bangladesh because in Bangladesh its only Sunderbans and the Bengal tigers live there.I cannot think of Leopards in those slushy mangrove forests

    If that’s a Jaguar in the picture, it lives in the South America, so a spinner looks very unlikely unless it is from the Caribbean

    Edit:
    Looks like Oracle has got it right.That was the only thing which I left out and was thinking about.Somehow I forgot Guyana and a few countries which are supposed to close to S.America

  2. This is the national animal of Bangladesh.As it looks as a tiger for me.
    The best spinner might be Siddque.

  3. The animal is a jaguar, whose habitat is Central and Southern America.

    The best spin bowler from those parts is Lance Gibbs, who hailed from British Guiana (now Guyana).

  4. It’s Guyana, in South America. The best spinner from Guyana was Roger Harper. Lance Gibbs is the second best.

    Roger has a better average.

  5. Jaguar – South America
    Dennet Ernest Ayling,
    right-arm offbreak bowler
    Against Oxford University he took 10 wickets for 87 in the two Oxford innings.

    1932 South American team

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