Full name Gregory de Lisle Armstrong
Born May 11, 1950, Bank Hall, St Michael, Barbados
Current age 66 years 255 days
Major teams Barbados, Glamorgan
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast
|First-class span||1973/74 - 1977/78|
|List A span||1975 - 1976|
Greg Armstrong had a relatively brief first-class career as a fast bowler, and he was highly rated enough to lure Glamorgan to sign him in 1974. He struggled with the English conditions and was also plagued by no-ball problems. In 1975 he took 45 wickets at 31.00 and in 1976, 25 at 37.08. He was not retained. He only played nine times for a strong Barbados side. In 1982-83 he earned himself a lifetime ban by travelling to South Africa as the assistant manager of the rebel West Indies side. He now works for the Barbados Tourism Authority.
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