Full name Michael Thomas Clingly
Born April 18, 1932, Prospect, Adelaide, South Australia
Died August 16, 2004, Adelaide, South Australia (aged 72 years 120 days)
Major teams South Australia
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Left-arm medium
|First-class span||1957/58 - 1959/60|
Michael Thomas Clingly, aged 74, of a heart attack in Adelaide on August 16. A talented and popular allround sportsman who represented South Australia at both football and cricket, Mick Clingly was a left-arm medium-pacer and finger-spinner renowned for bowling long spells. In five games with SA in the late 1950s, he took nine wickets including a best of 3 for 15 against Queensland at Adelaide in 1959-60.
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