Geoff Lawson

Full name:Geoffrey Francis Lawson
Born:7th December 1957, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
Batting:Right-hand batsman
Bowling:Right-arm fast
Biography:Awarded Medal of the Order of Australia in 1990 Queen's Birthday Honours
Teams:Australia (Test: 1980/81-1989/90); Australia (ODI: 1980/81-1989/90); Australia (World Cup: 1983); New South Wales (Main FC: 1977/78-1991/92); Lancashire (Main FC: 1979); New South Wales (Main ListA: 1978/79-1991/92); Australians (Other FC: 1979/80-1989); Australia (Other FC: 1980/81-1989/90); M Parkinson's World XI (Other FC: 1988); Australia (Other ListA: 1980/81-1989/90); Australians (Other ListA: 1980/81-1989); All teams
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics
Articles:Pakistan sacks coach Lawson
 Pakistan coach Lawson demands respect for Malik
 Geoff Lawson eyes Pakistan's return to glory
 Australian Lawson named as new Pakistan coach
 List of all articles
Pictures:Geoff Lawson watches Pentangular cup match between Sind and Punjab
 Geoff Lawson gives some tips to Shoaib Akhtar
 Geoff Lawson, Zakir Khan & Dr. Ahsan Hameed Malik during the press conference at NCA, 21 August 2007
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Test Career Batting and Fielding (1980/81-1989/90)
Australia4668128947415.96 0410
Test Career Bowling (1980/81-1989/90)
Australia1111838555011808-11230.56 11261.76 2.96

First-Class Career Batting and Fielding (1977/78-1991/92)
Overall1912254426837414.82 0875
First-Class Career Bowling (1977/78-1991/92)
Overall373161500165646668-11224.87 28256.03 2.66

ODI Career Batting and Fielding (1980/81-1989/90)
Australia79521837833*11.11 0018
ODI Career Bowling (1980/81-1989/90)
Australia4259942592884-2629.45 1048.39 3.65

List A Career Batting and Fielding (1978/79-1991/92)
Overall13068234933910.95 0033
List A Career Bowling (1978/79-1991/92)
Overall687214841531494-2627.87 2046.12 3.62





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