• BATSMEN
    R
    B
    M
    4s
    6s
    SR
    lbw b Holder
    37
    83
    121
    4
    0
    44.57
    c †Murray b Roberts
    0
    2
    3
    0
    0
    0.00
    c Richards b Roberts
    0
    10
    15
    0
    0
    0.00
    c †Murray b Roberts
    4
    12
    17
    0
    0
    33.33
    c Roberts b Holding
    45
    85
    131
    9
    0
    52.94
    not out
    76
    102
    141
    11
    0
    74.50
    c †Murray b Daniel
    0
    7
    15
    0
    0
    0.00
    c †Murray b Daniel
    2
    9
    13
    0
    0
    22.22
    c Greenidge b Daniel
    8
    7
    8
    1
    0
    114.28
    c †Murray b Holding
    0
    29
    47
    0
    0
    0.00
    lbw b Holding
    0
    1
    1
    0
    0
    0.00
    Extras
    32 (b 12, lb 5, nb 8, w 7)
    TOTAL
    204 all out (56 Overs, RR: 3.64)
    Fall of wickets: 1-5 (DS Steele), 2-12 (FC Hayes), 3-23 (JC Balderstone), 4-80 (RA Woolmer), 5-140 (P Willey), 6-148 (DL Underwood), 7-150 (APE Knott), 8-158 (JA Snow), 9-204 (A Ward), 10-204 (RGD Willis)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    AME Roberts1884132.2700
    MA Holding1414433.1400
    WW Daniel1306034.6100
    VA Holder1132712.4500

Close of Play

  • Thu, 22 Jul - day 1 - West Indies 1st innings 437/9 (AME Roberts 9*, WW Daniel 1*)
  • Fri, 23 Jul - day 2 - England 1st innings 238/5 (AW Greig 89*, APE Knott 30*)
  • Sat, 24 Jul - day 3 - West Indies 2nd innings 56/2 (IVA Richards 32*, LG Rowe 4*)
  • Sun, 25 Jul - rest day
  • Mon, 26 Jul - day 4 - England 2nd innings 146/5 (AW Greig 35*, DL Underwood 0*)
  • Tue, 27 Jul - day 5 - England 2nd innings 204 (56 ov) - end of match

West Indies tour of England 1976 News

  • Facing Holding with a little thin towel

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  • Close, Chappell and acts of courage

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  • Who's grovelling now?

    When Tony Greig overstepped the line on the eve of England's series against West Indies

  • The fiery summer

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