Former England batter Subba Row dies aged 92


Former England Test batter Raman Subba Row has died aged 92.

Subba Row, who won the first of his 13 England caps in 1958, played domestically for Cambridge University, Surrey and Northamptonshire.

After retiring from playing in 1961, he worked as a cricket administrator and match referee.

The England and Wales Cricket Board said Subba Row, who made three Test centuries and averaged 46.85, had been England’s oldest living men’s player.

“He was a great cricket man and his remarkable cricket career saw success both on and off the field – as a player, official, administrator and chair of both Surrey and the Test and County Cricket Board,” ECB chair Richard Thompson said.

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