Tom Hicks (cricketer)
|Full name||Thomas Charles Hicks|
28 August 1979 |
Farnborough, Bromley, Greater London
|Batting style||Right-handed batsman|
|Bowling style||Right arm off-break|
Thomas Charles "Tom" Hicks (born 28 August 1979 in Farnborough, Bromley, Greater London) is an English cricketer. Hicks studied at St Catherine's College, Oxford and all of his first-class appearances as of the end of 2006 had come for Oxford University teams (Oxford University, Oxford Universities and Oxford UCCE), apart from one game for British Universities in 1999.
His two half-centuries have both come for Oxford against Cambridge University: the higher of these being the 58 he scored in 2001, adding 109 for the ninth wicket with opener Matthew Floyd to help set up a three-wicket victory. He also took 5-77 in the second innings of this game, second only to the 5-54 he claimed in Oxford's win over Northamptonshire in June 2000.
- "Tom Hicks". CricketArchive. Retrieved 9 March 2013.
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