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Derbyshire County Cricket Club in 1967

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Captain  Derek Morgan
Gillette Cup  Round 2
Most wickets  Harold Rhodes
County Championship  6
Most runs  David Smith
Most catches  Bob Taylor

Derbyshire County Cricket Club in 1967 was the cricket season when the English club Derbyshire had been playing for ninety-six years. It was their sixty-third season in the County Championship and they won five championship matches and lost five to finish sixth in the County Championship. In the Gillette Cup, Derbyshire were knocked out in their first match which was in the second round of the competition.


1967 season

Derbyshire played 28 games in the County Championship, one match against the touring Indians and one match against Cambridge University. They won six first class matches, lost six matches and drew eighteen matches. They lost their only match in the Gillette Cup. Derek Morgan was captain. David Smith scored most runs. Harold Rhodes took most wickets for the club.

There were two new players in the Derbyshire team. GR Stephenson played for two years before moving to Hampshire and CP Marks occasional matches over two years.

Wicket Keeping

  • Bob Taylor
  • Bob Stephenson
  • References

    Derbyshire County Cricket Club in 1967 Wikipedia

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