There's a young South African cricketer called De Kock and people are making childish jokes

A young South African wicketkeeper-batsman scored a brilliant maiden Test century on Saturday to put his side in a commanding position against England at Centurion.

Drafted in for the fourth Test of a series which South Africa have already lost, the youngster will be hoping his performance can persuade selectors to keep him in the side in the long-term.

But beyond his cricketing talents, the thing that most seemed to catch the eye of English cricket pundits was young Quinton De Kock's surname.

It all started with the BBC's Jonathan Agnew

Then former England all-rounder Paul Collingwood chipped in

There were plenty of wise cracks

(He definitely wasn't the first one).

They were almost all awful


But by far the worst offender was former England captain Michael Vaughan...

Who seemed to be channelling his inner Richard Keys


South Africa finished on 475 all out.

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