| Terry Gunn|
| 27 September 1935 (age 80) (1935-09-27) Barnsley, Yorkshire, England|Terry Gunn Wikipedia
Terry Gunn (born 27 September 1935) is an English former cricketer. Gunn was a right-handed batsman who fielded as a wicket-keeper. He was born at Barnsley, Yorkshire.
Gunn made his first-class debut for Sussex against Gloucestershire in the 1961 County Championship. Gunn made limited appearances for Sussex over the next seven seasons, mostly due to the presence of Jim Parks in the Sussex squad, with Gunn generally getting his opportunities in the Sussex first team when Parks was on England Test duty. All told, Gunn made 41 first-class appearances for Sussex, the last of which came against Gloucestershire in 1967. A specialist wicket-keeper with limited batting skills, he scored a total of 179 runs at an average of 5.11, with a high score of 19 not out. Behind the stumps he took 109 catches and made 5 stumpings. He gained his Sussex cap in 1965 and left Sussex following the 1968 season.