Fred Titmus

Full name:Frederick John Titmus
Born:24th November 1932, Kentish Town, Middlesex, England
Died:23rd March 2011, Long Mimms, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, England
Batting:Right-hand batsman
Bowling:Right-arm off-break
Biography:Awarded MBE in 1977 New Year's Honours for services to cricket
Teams:England (Test: 1955-1974/75); England (ODI: 1974/75); Middlesex (Main FC: 1949-1982); Marylebone Cricket Club (Main FC: 1950-1974/75); Orange Free State (Main FC: 1975/76); Surrey (Main FC: 1978); Middlesex (Main ListA: 1963-1976); Marylebone Cricket Club (Main ListA: 1974/75); Orange Free State (Main ListA: 1975/76); Combined Services (Other FC: 1951); England (Other FC: 1955-1974/75); Players (Other FC: 1955-1962); South (Other FC: 1955-1958); England XI (Other FC: 1955-1970); Marylebone Cricket Club Australian Touring Team (Other FC: 1963); India Prime Minister's XI (Other FC: 1963/64); TN Pearce's XI (Other FC: 1965-1976); International Cavaliers (Other FC: 1969/70); DH Robins' XI (Other FC: 1973-1975/76); International XI (Other FC: 1975); Gillette Invitation XI (Other ListA: 1968); England (Other ListA: 1974/75); Middlesex Second XI (Minor Counties Championship: 1949-1953); All teams
Middlesex cap: 1953
Middlesex benefit season: 1963 (raised 6,833 pounds)
Wisden Cricketer of the Year: 1963
Indian Cricket Cricketer of the Year: 1964
Middlesex Captain: 1965 - 1968
South African Cricket Annual Cricketer of the Year: 1965
The Cricket Society Wetherall Award for the Leading All-Rounder in English First-Class Cricket: 1967
Middlesex benefit season: 1973 (raised 6,196 pounds)
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