Full name Timothy Boyle Lake Coghlan
Born March 29, 1939, Chelsea, London
Died February 8, 2004, London (aged 64 years 316 days)
Major teams Cambridge University
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast
Education Rugby School; Cambridge University
|First-class span||1958 - 1961|
Tim Coghlan was a fastish bowler who took a hat-trick at Lord's while captaining Rugby against Marlborough in 1956. He played 19 times for Cambridge University between 1958 and 1960, winning a Blue in his final year, when his two victims were a future Pakistan Test captain (Javed Burki) and a future MCC president (Charles Fry). He toured the Far East in 1964 with a strong side, raised by E. W. Swanton, which also included Richie Benaud and Garry Sobers.
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