1976 English cricket season
The 1976 English cricket season saw Clive Lloyd's new approach to Test cricket as a battery of pace bowlers was used to intimidate the England batsmen. Lloyd adopted the tactic after his own team's experiences against Jeff Thomson and Dennis Lillee the previous year. England's batsmen were no match for Andy Roberts and Michael Holding, but even more worrying was a dearth of effective England bowlers and it was West Indian batsmen like Viv Richards and Gordon Greenidge who were the real stars of a long, hot, dry summer.
- County Championship – Middlesex
- Gillette Cup – Northamptonshire
- Sunday League – Kent
- Benson & Hedges Cup – Kent
- Minor Counties Championship – Durham
- Second XI Championship – Kent II
- Wisden – Mike Brearley, Gordon Greenidge, Michael Holding, Vivian Richards, Bob Taylor
After two drawn games in the first two tests, the West Indians won the remaining three test matches to convincingly win the series 3–0.
Benson & Hedges Cup
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