Full name William Oliver Fitzalen Howard
Born February 13, 1981, Guildford, Surrey
Current age 34 years 168 days
Major teams Oxford MCCU
Batting style Right-hand bat
Fielding position Wicketkeeper
Education Cranleigh School; Oxford Brookes
|Last First-class||Oxford UCCE v Kent at Oxford, Apr 28-30, 2004 scorecard|
Will Howard is a useful batsman-wicketkeeper who has excelled at club level - mainly with Horsham - and who also made five appearances for Oxford UCCE, scoring 72 against Worcestershire. He also had trials with Leicestershire and Sussex. He was the second wicketkeeper-batsman from Cranleigh to go on to play first-class cricket within three years, following on from Abeed Janmohamed. Howard now runs a theatre ticketing business.
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