Full name Andrew Russell Clarke
Born December 23, 1961, Patcham, Sussex
Current age 55 years 27 days
Major teams Buckinghamshire, Norfolk, Sussex
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Legbreak
|First-class span||1988 - 1989|
|List A debut||1988|
|Last List A||Buckinghamshire v Gloucestershire at Wing, May 7, 2003 scorecard|
Andy Clarke enjoyed a brief and unexpected career with Sussex in 1988 and 1989 when he took a sabbatical from his work as an insurance underwriter following a successful trial at Hove. He had been bowling legspin for a decade for his Brighton club when the call game, all the more surprising as this was at a time when legspin was considered all but extinct in England. In 1988 he took 44 wickets at 37.50 but appeared little in 1989. He went on to enjoy a decade with Buckinghamshire.
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