Alan Igglesden

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Alan Igglesden
INTL CAREER: 1989 - 1994
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Full Name

Alan Paul Igglesden

Born

October 08, 1964, Farnborough, Kent

Died

November 01, 2021 (aged 57y 24d)

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Fast medium

A series of niggling injuries meant that Kent's lively seamer Alan Igglesden played only three Tests. In an era when England changed their quicks with startling frequency, he can count himself unlucky. In 1993 Igglesden was picked for the first Test against Australia and looked set for an extended run. He didn't play in a single Test that summer however, thanks to a groin injury and then a side strain. He did play twice in the Caribbean the following winter, but took only three wickets and was not picked again. Igglesden suffered an epileptic fit while playing for Berkshire in 1999. Doctors found a non-cancerous brain tumour that was successfully treated by medication.
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Career Averages
Batting & Fielding
FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s4s6sCtSt
Test35363*3.005411.11000010
ODI431201810.003164.51002010
FC15417065876418.3400400
List A151503218526*10.2700290
Bowling
FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
Test3555532962/913/14654.833.5592.5000
ODI4416812222/122/1261.004.3584.0000
FC15426579134885037/2826.813.0452.8234
List A151722546751905/135/1324.603.8838.0620
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The former Kent and England seamer Alan Igglesden was diagnosed with a brain tumour in 1999
Kent 1998 Squad
Alan Igglesden is hit for a six by Richie Richardson, third ODI, West Indies vs England, Arnos Vale, Kingstown, St Vincent, March 2, 1994