10) Roger and Stuart Binny
This one will be familiar to Indian cricket fans. Roger Binny played 27 test matches and 72 ODIs for India, mostly during the 80s. He was the highest wicket taker in the 1983 World Cup and also played a key role in the 1985 Benson and Hedges Cup win.
A versatile all rounder, Binny batted in the lower order and bowled medium fast. His son, Stuart, has played sporadically for India over the last couple of seasons. Like his father, he too is a middle order batsman and a medium fast bowler.
Stuart is yet to match the achievements of his illustrious father, although he still has time on his side.