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Full name
  
Henry Michael Barnard

Name
  
Mike Barnard

1952–1966
  
Hampshire

Bowling style
  
Right-arm medium

Batting style
  
Right-handed


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Born
  
18 July 1933 (age 90) (
1933-07-18
)
Portsmouth, Hampshire, England

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Henry Michael Barnard (born 18 July 1933 in Portsmouth, Hampshire) is an English former cricketer and professional footballer.

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Biography

As a cricketer, he played for Hampshire as a right-handed, batsman and a medium pace bowler. As a footballer, he played in the Football League for Portsmouth as an inside left.

Barnard played cricket for Hampshire from 1952 to 1966, playing 276 first-class matches for the county and 9 one-day matches. In 1961, he played in 13 championship matches, scoring 558 runs at an average of 29.36, as Hampshire won the County Championship for the first time. Barnard retired from first-class at the end of the 1966 County Championship season.

Barnard played for non-league club Gosport Borough before joining Portsmouth. He made his Portsmouth debut on 26 December 1953, in a 1–1 draw against Tottenham Hotspur in the First Division. He played until the 1958–59 Football League season, scoring 26 goals from 127 first-team appearances in all competitions, 25 from 116 in the Football League. He later played for non-league club Chelmsford City.

His family was of Jewish origins.

References

Mike Barnard Wikipedia


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