Tony White (cricketer)

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Tony White
Personal information
Full name Anthony Wilbur White
Born 20 November 1938 (1938-11-20) (age 78)
Brighton, Saint Michael, Barbados
Batting Right-hand bat
Bowling Leg-spin
International information
National side
Career statistics
Competition Tests First-class
Matches 2 31
Runs scored 71 996
Batting average 23.66 25.53
100s/50s -/1 -/9
Top score 57* 75
Balls bowled 491 7003
Wickets 3 95
Bowling average 50.66 28.05
5 wickets in innings - 1
10 wickets in match - -
Best bowling 2/34 6/80
Catches/stumpings 1/- 32/-
Source: [1]

Anthony Wilbur "Tony" White (born 20 November 1938, in Brighton, Saint Michael, Barbados) is a former West Indian cricketer who played in two Tests in 1965.

Tony White was a middle-order batsman and off-spinner who played for Barbados from 1958 to 1965-66. He toured England with the West Indian team in 1963 without playing in the Tests, joining the side midway through the tour as a back-up for the injured Willie Rodriguez.[1]

He played his two Tests against the Australians in 1964-65. In the First Test he top-scored with 57 not out in the first innings, after coming in with the score at 149 for 6 and taking the total to 239 all out. He also took 3 cheap wickets in a 179-run victory.[2] But he failed to take a wicket off 52 overs in the drawn Second Test, scored only 7 and 4, and was replaced by Seymour Nurse for the Third Test.

His best bowling figures were 6 for 80 against Trinidad in 1960-61. His highest score was 75 against British Guiana in the final of the Pentangular Tournament in 1961-62, when he also scored 54 in the second innings and took 4 wickets in a losing cause.[3]

He lives in Venezuela.[4]

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