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Australia's Oldest Surviving Test Player Dies

Australia's Oldest Surviving Test Player Dies


Australia's oldest surviving Test cricketer, Len Maddocks, has passed away aged 90. Maddocks, a batsman and wicket-keeper, played seven Tests for Australia between 1954 and 1956, and managed the Australian cricket team on its 1977 tour of England. He played 112 first-class matches, representing Victoria and Tasmania, and was also a national selector.

He played 112 first-class matches, representing Victoria and Tasmania, and was also a national selector and a Victorian Cricket Association board director. Leonard Victor "Len" Maddocks was an Australian cricketer and cricket administrator who played in seven Tests from 1954 to 1956. He was born in Beaconsfield, Victoria.

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