Full name Ross Winston Morgan
Born February 12, 1941, Auckland
Current age 74 years 169 days
Major teams New Zealand, Auckland
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm offbreak
|Test debut||New Zealand v Pakistan at Auckland, Jan 29-Feb 2, 1965 scorecard|
|Last Test||West Indies v New Zealand at Port of Spain, Apr 20-26, 1972 scorecard|
|First-class span||1957/58 - 1976/77|
|List A span||1970/71 - 1975/76|
Ross Morgan was a dependable batsman whose favoured clipping the ball through midwicket. He was also an offspinner with a memorable skipping and hopping approach. He made 66 on debut against Pakistan at Auckland in 1964-65 and followed with a career-best 97 at Christchurch. A good tour of India later that season followed but thereafter he struggled - his next 22 Test innings producing only 287 runs. His final series was in West Indies in 1971-72 where in three Tests he scored 8 runs and took one wicket.
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