- Glamorgan County Cricket Club 1983 - 1997
Hugh Morris> is the current managing director of the England cricket team and also a former Welsh cricket player. He had played in around three test matches for the England cricket team in 1991. Moreover, Hugh also played county cricket for the Glamorgan cricket team and has captained the county team.
Born in Cardiff, Wales in 1963, Hugh Morris is a left hand batsman and also a right arm medium bowler. His education was in Blundell School, from where he started his career in cricket. During his school days, he had set many public schools batting records too.
Morris has worked for many years for the England and Wales Cricket Board, working as a technical coaching director, a performance director and also as a deputy chief executive, prior to being appointed as the managing director of the team.
During his entire career in the cricket field, Hugh Morris played in 3 matches and 314 first class matches. He scored 115 runs in test matches and around 19,785 runs in first class matches.
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