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Full Name  Ronald George Alphonso Headley
Name  Ronald Headley
Born  (1939-06-29) 29 June 1939 (age 75)
Birth Place  Kingston, Colony of Jamaica
Relations  George Headley (father)Dean Headley (son)
Parents  George Headley
National team  West Indies
Batting style  Left-handed
Bowling style  Leg break

Ron Headley (Cricketer)
CompetitionTestsODIsFCLA
Matches21423162
Runs scored621921,6954,788
Batting average15.5019.0031.1232.35
100s/50s0/00/032/1172/30
Top score4219187132
Balls bowled001,2320
Wickets12
Bowling average49.00
5 wickets in innings0
10 wickets in match0
Best bowling4/40
Catches/stumpings2/–0/–356/–58/–

Ronald George Alphonso Headley (born 29 June 1939) is a former West Indian cricketer who played in two Tests and one ODI in 1973. An opening batsman, in first-class cricket he scored 21,695 runs at an average of 31.12, with 32 hundreds and a highest score of 187.

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Headley spent most of his career in England, playing for Worcestershire from 1958 to 1974. He was capped by the county in 1961, and was awarded a benefit season in 1972 which raised just over £10,000. In 1971 he scored 187 and 108 against Northamptonshire, becoming the first Worcestershire player to score a century in both innings of a first-class match since Edwin Cooper in 1946.

Ron Headley (Cricketer) in the past

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In 1973, following an injury to Steve Camacho, Headley was co-opted from Worcestershire into the West Indies touring team. He played seven first-class matches for the West Indians, including the first and second matches of a three-match Test series. His 42 in the second innings of the first match was his highest Test score. He also played in the second of two One Day International matches for the Prudential Trophy.

Ron headley lbwroy fredericks lbw rohan kanhai bowled


After retiring from playing, Headley went into coaching.

His father was George Headley, who played 22 Tests for West Indies, while his son Dean Headley played 15 Tests and 13 ODIs for England. This was the first case of three consecutive generations of the same family playing Test cricket.

References

Ron Headley Wikipedia


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