Full name Thomas William Higginson
Born November 6, 1936, Esher, Surrey
Current age 80 years 259 days
Major teams Middlesex
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
|First-class span||1960 - 1960|
Bill Higginson was a middle-order batsmen who played three game for Middlesex in 1960 with no real success. He also appeared in a pre-season one-day match for Nottinghamshire in 1965. He umpired extensively on the schools and Minor Counties circuit. He played for Kenya where he was the MCC coach to East Africa and also coached at several schools and well as organizing tours abroad. He ran an outdoor pursuits centre in Wales and then became the ECB's cricket development officer for Wales.
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