Sir Leonard Hutton

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English cricketer (1916-1990)

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The journeyman lefthander's share was almost equal to his captain - 153 not out plays 154 - in England's highest opening stand since a Test alliance between Cyril Washbrook and Len Hutton 65 years ago.
For the opening slot, Vaughan has named England legend Len Hutton in place of W.
The story has been told before from a pure cricketing perspective, but Quelch's unique format, drawing upon the written memoirs and eye witness accounts of players such as Sir Len Hutton, Brian Statham and Sir Everton Weekes, make Bent Arms read like an alternative social history of mid-fifties Britain.
Can you imagine the late Sir Len Hutton or Colin Cowdrey being invited to No.
Birbalsingh (he teaches Caribbean literature at York University in Toronto), a keen observer of the game, describes watching Len Hutton bat, and Peter May's and Tom Graveney's dexterity alongside the spin-bowling feats of Ramadhin and Valentine, with a bare hint of anticolonialism dogma.
He now has the same number of Test 100s as former West Indies cricketer Clive Lloyd, Australia's Mark Taylor and Michael Hussey, Barbadian cricketer Gordon Greenidgea and Len Hutton of England.
Way back then, Jim Parks Sr and Len Hutton both opened on debut against New Zealand at Lord's, and you have to go all the way back to 1899 to find an example of two debutant openers away from home.
The first was England's Len Hutton in a Test match against South Africa at The Oval 64 years ago, while there have been five previous instances in ODIs.
1938: Len Hutton scored what was then a world |record Test score of 364 against Australia at The Oval.
The journeyman left-hander's share was almost equal to his captain - 153 not out plays 154 - in England's highest opening stand since a Test alliance between Cyril Washbrook and Len Hutton 65 years ago.
Ray Barlow sprayed the ball around with great accuracy, it seemed to fly about two inches above the ground just like a cover drive from Len Hutton.
From Page 47 1 Didier Drogba, Cesc Fabregas and Asamoah Gyan; 2 Jimmy Connors; 3 Sir Len Hutton with 364; 4 Tony McCoy's 100th winner this season; 5 Matteo Manassero; 6 Preston; 7 Burnley and Birmingham (Joe Hart was only on loan
1916: Sir Len Hutton, one of the all-time great England cricketers, was born.
THIS month marks the centenary of the birth of one of Yorkshire and England's greatest cricketing sons, Len Hutton, later to become Sir Len.
IT was Cook's third double century for England, only Wally Hammond (7) and Len Hutton (4) have scored more.