Former England cricketer Ken Higgs dies aged 79
Former England fast bowler Kenneth Higgs passed away on Wednesday September 7th, at the age of 79.
Higgs played 15 Tests and took 71 wickets in an international career that spanned from 1965 to 1968.
At County level Higgs represented Lancashire and Leicestershire and ended his first class career with 1536 wickets at an average of 23.61.
Higgs was perhaps best known for his famous 10th wicket partnership with John Snow during the Oval Test in 1966 against West Indies, where he made 63 in a partnership of 128 runs, this was an England record for 48 years until it was broken by Joe Root and James Anderson in 2014.
After his playing days Higgs served as a coach for both Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire.
Indian Premier League
IPL news: Vikram Solanki leaves Surrey after being appointed Ahmedabad DOC
Solanki leaves Surrey after nine years.
Second ODI: South Africa vs India – Live scoreboard
Follow South Africa vs India live!
T20 World Cup
T20 World Cup 2022: England to face Afghanistan in first round
The fixtures also include a re-match of the 2021 semi-final between England and New Zealand.
ICC U19 Men’s Cricket World Cup
ICC Under 19 World Cup: Pakistan progress and Bangladesh find mojo
Pakistan reach the knockouts.
T20 World Cup in Australia: All the fixtures and venues
All the 2022 T20 World Cup fixtures.
England in the West Indies: Jason Roy says 36-ball century in Barbados is a ‘bonus’
The England has drawn a line under the painful injury which prematurely ended his T20 World Cup.
Indian Premier League
Indian Premier League: IPL Mega Auction Date and Venue
IPL Mega Auction details.
England Cricket has no ‘silver bullet’ to fix red-ball cricket as 2022 fixtures released
The season is set to start on April 7, with four successive weeks of red-ball matches, and finish on September 26 – with no championship fixtures in A
South Africa coach Mark Boucher charged with gross misconduct
Mark Boucher has been accused of discrimination.
Tahlia McGrath’s match-winning innings one of the best I’ve seen – Tammy Beaumont
Australia drew first blood in the Women’s Ashes against England.