David Ward (cricketer)

David Ward (Cricketer)

David Ward (cricketer)

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David Mark Ward (born 10 February 1961 at Croydon, Surrey) was an aggressive batsman and occasional wicket-keeper for Surrey County Cricket Club from 1985 to 2004. In all first-class matches, he scored 8139 runs at an average of 38.39, with 16 centuries and a highest score of 294 not out.

Nicknamed "Gnasher" for his prominent teeth, Ward was something of a cult personality as a player. He is now a coach at Whitgift School.

Within the conservative and restrictive world of cricket whites, Ward was able to demonstrate a little eccentricity, occasionally choosing to wear a cap or even helmet decorated in the traditional Harlequin pattern more associated with Douglas Jardine and other players of yester-year.


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