1960 English cricket season
The 1960 English cricket season was marked by a throwing controversy which came to a head in the England v South Africa Test series. Umpire Syd Buller repeatedly called the South African fast bowler Geoff Griffin for throwing in the exhibition match staged following the early conclusion of the Lord's Test between England and South Africa in 1960, after umpire Frank Lee had called him during the Test itself. This had the effect of ending Griffin's Test career and of bringing to a head worldwide discontent about throwing and "dragging" that had caused controversy for the previous two years.
- County Championship - Yorkshire
- Minor Counties Championship - Lancashire II
- Second XI Championship - Northamptonshire II
- Wisden - Neil Adcock, Ted Dexter, Roy McLean, Raman Subba Row, Vic Wilson
England defeated South Africa 3-0.
Raman Subba Row topped the averages with 1503 runs @ 55.66.
Brian Statham topped the averages with 135 wickets @ 12.31.
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