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Ian Redpath (English cricketer)

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Full name  Ian Redpath
Name  Ian Redpath
1989  Derbyshire
1987  Essex
Batting style  Right-handed

Ian Redpath (English cricketer) Ian Redpath talks Ashes August 2013 YouTube
Born  12 September 1965 (age 50) (1965-09-12) Basildon, Essex, England
Bowling style  Right-arm leg-break / medium
First-class debut  20 May 1987 Essex v Glamorgan

Ian redpath talks ashes august 2013

Ian Redpath (born 12 September 1965) is a former English cricketer, who had a brief county career with Essex and Derbyshire in the late 1980s. He did not have anything like the success of his Australian namesake, and never made a serious impression on the game.

Ian Redpath (English cricketer) Ian Redpath The man Greg Chappell once said could kill to play for

At Second XI level Redpath was sometimes considerably more effective. In May 1985, playing for Essex seconds against Kent II in the Second Eleven Championship, he scored 118 not out, sharing in an unbroken stand of 374 for the second wicket with Alan Lilley (224*).


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