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Full Name  Ross Edwards

Batting style  Right-hand batsman
Ross Edwards (Cricketer) in the past

Born  (1942-12-01) 1 December 1942 (age 72)
Birth Place  Cottesloe, Western Australia, Australia
Relations  Edmund Edwards (father)
Film music credits  Paradise RoadNational team   Australia

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Ross Edwards (born 1 December 1942) is a former Australian cricketer. Edwards played in 20 Tests for Australia, playing against England, West Indies and Pakistan. He also played in nine One Day Internationals including the 1975 Cricket World Cup series. He was a right-handed batsman and superb cover fielder as well as a part-time wicket-keeper.

Edwards was born in December 1942 in Cottesloe, Western Australia. His father, Edmund Edwards, played twice for Western Australia as a wicket-keeper.

In the 1971–72 Sheffield Shield season he made four centuries and went to England in 1972 at the age of 29 and got his first chance at Nottingham where he made an unbeaten 170. He made ducks in his next two innings however.

In 1974–75 Edwards scored his second century against England when he hit 115 in the Perth Test match. He made 99 at Lord's in 1975.

World Series Cricket beckoned in 1977 after which he failed to reach national selection.

References

Ross Edwards Wikipedia


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