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Keith Thomas Medlycott (born 12 May 1965 at Whitechapel, London) is an English former cricketer, a left-arm spinner and middle order batsman for Surrey and Northern Transvaal. He is known in the game as "Medders".
First class career
Of his three first-class centuries, one was made on debut against Cambridge University, whilst another was made in Surrey's record seventh wicket partnership of 262 - with Jack Richards - against Kent in 1987.
Minor level cricket
Medlycott also played for the Minor County Buckinghamshire, appearing for them in one match in the Cheltenham and Gloucester Trophy against Lancashire in 2005, fourteen years after his previous appearance in a List A fixture.
Coaching and administration
At the end of 1991, Medlycott was forced into premature retirement at the age of 26 due to developing a tendency to fail to let go of the ball when bowling, known as the bowling "yips". In 1997 he returned to Surrey as a coach, where he helped secure three County Championship titles and four one-day trophies. He moved on from his position in 2003, and went on to work for the International Cricket Council as a high performance manager for umpires.
- "Surrey v Cambridge University; University Match 1984". Cricket Archive. 29 June 1984. Retrieved 13 April 2010.
- "Surrey v Kent; Britannic Assurance County Championship 1987". Cricket Archive. 18 August 1987. Retrieved 13 April 2010.
- The coaches In-Touch Cricket Academy, 2009
- "Cricket Archive; Buckinghamshire v Lancashire; Cheltenham and Gloucester Trophy 2005 (1st Round)". Cricket Archive. 4 May 2005. Retrieved 13 April 2010.
- Schools cricket round-up Times Online, 24 April 2007
- Medlycott's Purley pledge Croydon Advertiser, 12 February 2009
- Committee Purley Cricket Club
- Purley captain Medlycott relishing relegation fight Surrey Comet, 10 August 2010
- Keith Medlycott ESPN Cricinfo
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