Des Barrick

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Desmond William (Des) Barrick (28 April 1926 – 25 December 2007) was an English cricketer who played in 301 first-class matches between the 1949 and 1960 seasons.

Career[edit]

Barrick played for Northamptonshire County Cricket Club and was awarded his county cap in 1952. He was a right-handed batsman and an occasional leg-break and googly bowler. He played a number of matches for MCC between 1953 and 1957.

He scored 13,970 runs at 32.64 with a highest innings of 211. He made 20 centuries and 67 half-centuries. He took 115 catches and 79 wickets. His best bowling performance was 5-71.

Personal life[edit]

Des Barrick was born in Fitzwilliam, Yorkshire and married Jean Reynolds and they had three children and two grandchildren.

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