Full name David John Ling
Born July 2, 1946, Enfield, Middlesex
Current age 70 years 204 days
Major teams Middlesex, Suffolk
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
|First-class span||1966 - 1968|
|List A span||1967 - 1967|
David Ling was a middle-order batsman and medium-pace seamer who played occasionally for Middlesex between 1966 and 1968. The only lengthy run he had in the side was in 1967 when he made 93 runs in 12 innings and took three wickets at 87.33. He also played for Suffolk and was a good rugby player, representing Eastern Counties.
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