1962 English cricket season

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The 1962 English cricket season was the last in which the famous old Gentlemen v Players fixture took place. This was as a result of the distinction between amateurs ("Gentlemen") and professionals ("Players") being abolished following the end of the season.

See also: History of English amateur cricket.

Honours[edit]

Test series[edit]

England easily beat an inexperienced Pakistan side 4–0 with one match drawn.

Leading batsmen[edit]

Tom Graveney topped the averages with 2269 runs at 54.02

Leading bowlers[edit]

David Sydenham topped the averages with 115 wickets at 17.65

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Annual reviews[edit]

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