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Anthony Allom | Syd Starkie | Jan Brittin | Chris Winn | Tom Pritchard | Don Shepherd | Doug Insole | Graham Wiltshire | Peter Lewington | Brian Taylor | Bert Latham | Mike Bore | Dennis Shaw | John Derrick | Chris Greetham | John Hampshire | David Mantell | Peter Richardson | David Sayer | Peter Kippax | Ian Davison | Geoff Smith | John Cordner | John Dale | Sid O'Linn The Professional Cricketers’ Association has been shocked and saddened by the sudden death of former Nottinghamshire cricketer and current First-Class Umpire Russell Evans.
Evans, 52, represented his native Nottinghamshire between 19 playing six matches in both First-Class and List A cricket with a highest score of 59 and claiming 3 wickets.
Derek Morgan, the former Derbyshire captain and all-rounder, has died aged 88.
Morgan enjoyed a 20-year in first-class cricket and was one of only 15 players in the history of the game to score more than 15,000 runs, take more than 1,000 wickets and hold more than 500 catches.
“He was always very approachable and well respected and the tributes which have been paid to him from so many of our members since his untimely death are a measure of how popular he was amongst the professional ranks “On behalf of the Professional game in this country we extend our deepest sympathies to Russell’s friends and family at this extremely difficult time.” Evans passed away on the evening of the 30 John Phillips, the former Kent and Oxford University fast bowler, has died aged 84.
A gifted all-round sportsman, Morgan also played county hockey and football and rugby to a high standard.
He was third highest on the list of Derbyshire’s run-scorers, fifth in their list of wicket-takers and top of their catchers with 563, the majority of them taken close to the wicket.
Although Morgan, who was born in London he was posted to Derbyshire during his National Service with the Royal Artillery.
Spence joined Leicestershire in 1949 then spent two years on National Service in the Army which delayed his first-class debut until 1952.
He played 20 first-class between and then began his second career as a groundsman, first at Wyggeston Grammar School then as golf club greenkeeper.