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Ron Headley: Age, Cricket statistics, Batting averages

Ron Headley is a former cricketer from the West Indies squad. He used to play as an opening batsman in first-class cricket.

He amassed a total of 21,695 runs in the match. His average rate in the match 31.12. He scored a total of 32 centuries. His highest score in the match was 187.

Headley soon moved to England when he was just 11 years old. He spent most time of his career in England. He represented Worcestershire from the year 1958 to 1974.

Let us also take a look at the personal details of Ron:

Date of birth: 29th June in the year 1939

Age(as of 2020): 61 years

Zodiac sign: Cancer

Cricket Career Statistics of Ron Headley so far:

Debut Test match: England vs West Indies

The venue of the match: at The Oval

Date of the match: Jul 26-31st in the year 1973

Last Test match: England vs West Indies

The venue of the match: at Birmingham

Date of the match: Aug 9-14th in the year 1973

Debut ODI match: England vs West Indies

The venue of the match: at The Oval

Date of the match: Sep 7th in the year 1973

Batting averages of Ron so far:

Name of the matchNumber of matches played so farNumber of runs made in the matchAverage rate in the matchStriking rateHighest Score so farNumber of 100sNumber of 50s
Tests2
62
15.50
23.13
420
0
ODIs1
19

19.00
46.34190
0
First-class42321695
31.12
18732117
List A162
478832.35
132230
Batting averages of Ron so far

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Sagarika Banerjeehttps://sports11team.com
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