Alan Ormrod      

Full name Joseph Alan Ormrod

Born December 22, 1942, Ramsbottom, Lancashire

Current age 72 years 7 days

Major teams Lancashire, Worcestershire

Batting style Right-hand bat

Bowling style Right-arm offbreak

Education Kirkcaldy High School

Batting and fielding averages
Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 Ct St
First-class 500 846 95 23206 204* 30.90 32 400 0
List A 286 279 25 6398 124* 25.18 2 34 78 0
Bowling averages
Mat Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
First-class 500 1094 25 5/27 43.76 1 0
List A 286 153 134 4 3/51 3/51 33.50 5.25 38.2 0 0 0
Career statistics
First-class span 1962-1985
List A span 1964-1984
Profile

Alan Ormrod was a right-hand opening batsman who played for Worcestershire for two decades before finishing off his career with Lancashire. He made his debut for Worcestershire in 1962 and almost immediately was an ever-present, despite a small hiccup in 1964. He was part of their back-to-back Championship-winning side in 1964 and 1965. He really found his feet in 1966 when he passed 1000 runs for the first of 12 times and as a result was selected for an MCC Under-25 tour of Pakistan. It was the closest he came to international recognition. He won a third Championship title with Worcestershire in 1974 - again that coincided with a downturn in his personal form - and in 1984 he surprisingly moved to Old Trafford at a time he had been expected to retire. He enjoyed one good summer with Lancashire, finally winning a one-day trophy at Lord's at the fourth try. Never more than an occasional offspinner, 17 of his 25 career wickets came in 1972 including 5 for 27 against Gloucestershire. He retired at the end of 1985 and moved into coaching with Lancashire and Nottinghamshire.
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Sep 3, 1974

Norman Gifford gets a champagne shampoo after Worcestershire are confirmed as 1974 County Champions.  From left to right Glenn Turner, John Inchmore, Ron Headley, Jim Yardley, Brian Brain, Vanburn Holder (behind Gifford) and Alan Ormrod, Chelmsford, September 3, 1974

Norman Gifford gets a champagne shampoo after Worcestershire are confirmed as 1974 County Champions

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