1962 English cricket season
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.
- County Championship – Yorkshire
- Minor Counties Championship – Warwickshire II
- Second XI Championship – Worcestershire II
- Wisden – Don Kenyon, Mushtaq Mohammad, Peter Parfitt, Phil Sharpe, Fred Titmus
England easily beat an inexperienced Pakistan side 4–0 with one match drawn.
Tom Graveney topped the averages with 2269 runs at 54.02
David Sydenham topped the averages with 115 wickets at 17.65
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