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Bill Athey

Full name:Charles William Jeffrey Athey
Born:27th September 1957, Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, England
Batting:Right-hand batsman
Bowling:Right-arm off-break
Occasional wicket-keeper
Relations:Brother-in-law: CR Cook
Teams:England (Test: 1980-1988); England (ODI: 1980-1987/88); England (World Cup: 1987/88); Yorkshire (Main FC: 1976-1983); Marylebone Cricket Club (Main FC: 1977-1985); Gloucestershire (Main FC: 1984-1992); Sussex (Main FC: 1993-1997); Yorkshire (Main ListA: 1976-1983); Gloucestershire (Main ListA: 1984-1992); Sussex (Main ListA: 1993-1997); Worcestershire (Main ListA: 1999); Suffolk (Main ListA: 2001-2002); DH Robins' XI (Other FC: 1978-1979/80); Young England (Other FC: 1978); England (Other FC: 1980-1988); England XI (Other FC: 1980/81-1989/90); England B (Other FC: 1985/86); England (Other ListA: 1980-1987/88); England B (Other ListA: 1985/86); England XI (Other ListA: 1987/88-1989/90); Suffolk (Minor Counties Championship: 2001); Suffolk (Minor Counties Trophy: 2001-2002); England Young Cricketers (Under-19 Test: 1976); England Young Cricketers (Under-19 ODI: 1976); England Young Cricketers (Under-19 two innings: 1976); England Young Cricketers (Under-19 limited overs: 1976); Yorkshire Second XI (Minor Counties Championship: 1974); All teams
Yorkshire cap: 1980
Cricket Writers' Club Young Cricketer of the Year: 1980
Gloucestershire cap: 1985
Gloucestershire Captain: 1989
Gloucestershire benefit season: 1990
Sussex cap: 1993
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics
Pictures:Bill Athey strikes the ball

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