1967 English cricket season
The 1967 English cricket season saw a double England triumph as they won both of two home series.
- County Championship – Yorkshire
- Gillette Cup – Kent
- Minor Counties Championship – Cheshire
- Second XI Championship – Hampshire II
- Wisden – Asif Iqbal, Hanif Mohammad, Ken Higgs, Jim Parks junior, Nawab of Pataudi, junior
England played two series in 1967 and were very successful, beating India 3–0 and Pakistan 2–0. Ken Barrington scored a century in each of the three matches against Pakistan.
Ken Barrington topped the averages with 2059 runs at 68.63.
Derek Underwood topped the averages with 136 wickets at 12.39.
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