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Full Name  Warren Stott
Bowling style  Right-arm medium
Batting style  Right-hand bat
Warren Stott (Cricketer) family

Leslie Warren Stott, born in Rochdale, Lancashire, England on 8 December 1946, was a cricketer who played one One Day International for New Zealand in 1979.

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In retirement, Stott has worked as a cricket administrator, a commentator and a coach.

Domestic career

Stott was a lower-order right-handed batsman and a medium-paced right-arm bowler who played New Zealand domestic cricket for Auckland for 15 seasons from 1969/70 - 1983/84.

International career

His only taste of international cricket came in the 1979 Cricket World Cup in England. He played in New Zealand's opening match against Sri Lanka and took three wickets in an easy victory. But he lost his place for the remainder of the tournament and did not regain it in subsequent series and seasons.

References

Warren Stott Wikipedia


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