|Full Name:||Jack Young|
|Date of birth:||14 / 10 / 1912|
- England v South Africa at Leeds, 1947
- Jack Young was a slow left-arm bowler for Middlesex and England, representing his country in 8 Test matches between 1947 and 1949.
- He took 122 wickets in his first full season for Middlesex in 1946, at an average of 16.68.
- On his Test debut he dismissed the legendry Australians Alan Melville and Bruce Mitchell, before bowling a then record of 11 consecutive maidens to Bradman and Hassett at Trent Bridge.
- His best Test figures of 3 for 65 came in his last Test, against New Zealand in 1949,where he dismissed Martin Donnelly for 206.
- He finished his Test career with 17 wickets to his name, at an average of 44.52.
- He finished his county career in 1956, after 23 years of first-class cricket, amassing 1,362 wickets at an average of 19.68.
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|Best bowling in Innings:||3/65|
How many triple hundreds did the batsmen from the visiting countries have scored in the flattest pitches in India ? I think those Great Batsmen just hate to score triple hundreds especially in flat pitches.Have Your Say