Jim Andrew

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Jim Andrew
Personal information
Full name Frederick James Andrew
Born (1937-05-29)29 May 1937
Southmead, Bristol, England
Died 14 July 1996(1996-07-14) (aged 59)
Barbados
Batting style Right hand batsman
Bowling style Right-arm fast-medium
Role Bowler, tail-end batsman
Domestic team information
Years Team
1959–1966 Gloucestershire
First-class debut 12 August 1959 Gloucestershire v Middlesex
Last First-class 5 June 1963 Gloucestershire v Surrey
List A debut 21 May 1966 Gloucestershire v Berkshire
Last List A 22 June 1966 Gloucestershire v Warwickshire
Career statistics
Competition FC LA
Matches 21 2
Runs scored 53 6
Batting average 2.78
100s/50s –/– –/–
Top score 6 6*
Balls bowled 3559 126
Wickets 57 4
Bowling average 23.96 19.50
5 wickets in innings 2
10 wickets in match 1
Best bowling 5/8 2/37
Catches/stumpings 13/– 1/–
Source: CricketArchive, 8 September 2008

Frederick James "Jim" Andrew (29 May 1937 – 14 July 1996) was an English cricketer who played for Gloucestershire.[1] He made his first-class debut against Middlesex, and also played two List A matches. A fast-medium bowler, he made his first-class debut against Middlesex in 1959. He also played two List A matches in the Gillette Cup in 1966.

Andrew was always regarded as a bowler; in both forms of the game, he failed to score more than six runs in an innings. However, he did score 29 against Worcestershire Second XI for Gloucestershire Second XI, for whom he took 111 wickets in 55 matches.[2]

His finest first-class appearance was against Kent in May 1962, when he took 5 wickets for just 8 runs in the Kent first innings. Andrew played his last first-class match in 1963, but was a regular of the Second XI until 1965, played in the 1966 Gillette Cup, and played three further Second XI matches in 1968, 1969 and 1972. He ended his career having taken 57 first-class wickets at a respectable average of 23.96.[3]

When he left Gloucestershire he took over from ex England and Gloucestershire player Reg Sinfield as the cricket professional at Clifton College.He guided both Matthew Windows and James Kirtley to the highest levels of the game. Andrews was a much loved 'pro' who was famous for the 'care' and attention he showed the Close; the college playing field of 'Breathless Hush' fame. Anyone daring to set foot on any area of the outfield or wicket, in winter or summer was met with a piercing whistle, followed by a shout of "get off my... square".

References[edit]

  1. ^ "First-class Batting and Fielding For Each Team by Jim Andrew". Cricket archive. 12 August 2008. 
  2. ^ FJ Andrew statistics for Gloucestershire Second XI, CricketArchive. Retrieved on 18 August 2008.
  3. ^ FJ Andrew First-class statistics, CricketArchive. Retrieved on 18 August 2008.

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