Australian Cricket legend Alan Davidson Died at 92
The Australian and New South Wales cricket all-rounder Alan Davidson has taken his last breath at the age of 92. Davidson became the 1st player to achieve the feat of scoring 100 runs as well as taking 10 wickets in a single Test match.
- Alan Davidson had played 44 Tests for the Australian Team since he made his debut in 1953.
- During his cricket career, he received 186 wickets and scored 1328 runs.
- He was born in Lisarow on the NSW Central Coast and started playing cricket and emerged as a destructive left-arm fast bowler and hard-hitting lower-middle order batter for NSW and Australia.
Alan Davidson was associated with which sports?
Alan Davidson was associated with Cricket.
Alan Davidson had played cricket for which country?
Alan Davidson had played 44 Tests for the Australian Team since he made his debut in 1953
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