Dermot Reeve

Dermot Reeve

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Dermot Alexander Reeve OBE (born 2 April 1963, Kowloon, Hong Kong) is an English former cricketer, best known as an unorthodox all-rounder and, until recently, coach of the New Zealand side, Central Districts.

Reeve played in three tests and twenty nine ODIs for England. He played English county cricket for Sussex, Warwickshire and Somerset. He is a former Hong Kong sports personality of the year, gained for his cricketing efforts in that country.

Domestic career

Reeve first played cricket in England as a member of the MCC Young Cricketers - an academy of up and coming young players between the ages of 18-20, who are based at Lord's cricket ground. He played for Hong Kong in the 1982 ICC Trophy, averaging 34.50 with the bat and 15.71 with the ball. He signed for Sussex for the 1983 English season, and took 42 wickets in the County Championship at 29.35 apiece, although he was less successful with the bat and did not reach fifty in his 20 innings that year. He remained with Sussex for six seasons, his most successful being 1987, when he managed a batting average of over 40 and took 42 wickets at under 30.

He moved to Warwickshire in 1988, and it was here that he gained his greatest successes. In the batsman-friendly summer of 1990, he averaged 54, making his highest first-class score of 202 not out, and making two other centuries on the way to a total of 1,412 runs....
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