Arthur Milton

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Arthur Milton
INTL CAREER: 1958 - 1959
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Full Name

Clement Arthur Milton

Born

March 10, 1928, Bedminster, Somerset

Died

April 25, 2007, Bristol, (aged 79y 46d)

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Medium

TEAMS

Arthur Milton, blond and slight, was the last of a rare breed - the double cricket/football international. In his first Test, against New Zealand at Headingley in 1958 Milton - opening the innings with a rugby cap in Mike Smith - collected 104 not out. That won him a place on the following winter's tour of Australia, where the opposition was rather more ferocious than the outclassed New Zealanders, and Milton struggled, as did his fellow double international Willie Watson. Milton finished his six-Test career with 204 runs at 25.50. He was happier batting for Gloucestershire, which he did until he was in his mid-forties. He finished in 1974 with more than 32,000 runs and 56 hundreds in first-class cricket, most of them from the top of the order, while his tally of 758 catches emphasises his value in the field, where he was a star close in, especially at short leg. In retirement he became a postman in the Cotswolds, maintaining his fitness by jumping on and off his bicycle during his rounds.
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Career Averages
Batting & Fielding
FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAve100s50s6sCtSt
Test691204104*25.5010150
FC62010781253215017033.73561607600
List A5552510958723.2905220
Bowling
FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
Test6124120---3.00-000
FC62084143640795/6446.072.59106.510
List A55242622/262/2613.006.5012.0000
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Span
1948 - 1974
List A Matches
Span
1963 - 1974
Photos
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Arthur Milton - footballer
Double international Arthur Milton is congratulated by Billy Wright on making the England football team