Tony Middleton (cricketer)

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Tony Middleton
Cricket information
BattingRight-handed batsman
BowlingSlow left-arm orthodox
International information
National side
Career statistics
Competition First-class List A
Runs scored57532139
Batting average 33.6439.61
Top score22198
Balls bowled236-
Wickets 236-
Bowling average 48.20-
5 wickets in innings --
10 wickets in match-N/A
Best bowling2-41-
Catches/stumpings 79/-18/-

Tony Charles Middleton (born 1 February 1964 in Winchester) is a former English first-class cricketer. He played for Hampshire making his debut in 1984. He played in two winning one day finals in 1991 and 1992. His best season was in 1992 when he scored 1780 runs at an average of almost 50, including 6 centuries. He was named their Cricket Society's Player of the Year in 1992 and chosen for that winter's England "A" tour to Australia.

He retired in 1995 and since then has been in coaching roles with Hampshire County Cricket Club and is currently their batting coach. His son Fletcha Middleton is a young cricketer playing at Hampshire. [1]

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