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Paul Terry
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Paul Terry

England
Paul Terry

INTL CAREER: 1984 - 1984

Full Name

Vivian Paul Terry

Born

January 14, 1959, Osnabrück, West Germany

Age

62y 149d

Batting Style

Right hand bat

Bowling Style

Right arm medium

Height

6ft

Education

Millfield School

relations

(son)

TEAMS

Paul Terry will look back on 1984 with decidedly mixed emotions. The absence of Gordon Greenidge led to Hampshire promoting Terry to open the innings, and he hit such form that by July he had passed 1000 runs - including five hundreds - and he was drafted into an England side on route to a 0-5 series whitewash by West Indies. Against a formidable pace attack Terry's weakness outside off stump was cruelly exposed. At Headingley he made 8 and 1, and then in the first innings of the next Test at Old Trafford his arm was broken by Winston Davis. Terry returned, arm in sling under his sweater, to successfully help Allan Lamb reach his hundred and unsuccessfully try to prevent England having to follow-on. He missed the remainder of the season, but despite continuing to score consistently for Hampshire he was not again seriously considered by England's selectors. Terry was a tall and upright batsmen and a superbly athletic fielder. He helped Hampshire win the C&G Trophy in 2005 as the club's manager, as well as promotion to the first division of the Championship in 2004, but quit his role after a poor 2008 season.
Martin Williamson August 2008

Career Averages

Batting & Fielding
FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s4s6sCtSt
Test2301685.336624.24002020
FC292493451642719036.6638823320
List A310293368791165*34.2012501480
Bowling
FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
Test2------------
FC29295580----000
List A310000-----000
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Debut/Last Matches - Player

FC Matches
Span
1978 - 1996
List A Matches
Span
1978 - 1996

Photos


Hartley Wintney v Robin Smith Testimonial XI
Paul Terry Hampshire Manager 2003
Hampshire's new captain John Crawley
Radio Solent interview
Players return for 2003 Season
Paul Terry