Robert Timothy Robinson

Team Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club
Role Batsman
Born Nov 21, 1958
Nationality England England
Nickname Tim
Team History
Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club Nottinghamshire County 1978 - present
England national women's cricket team England national women's 1984 - 1988

Robert Timothy RobinsonTim Robinson cricket> is former cricketer who has played for England and Nottinghamshire. He took part in twenty nine Tests and twenty six One Day Internationals for England. He was a right-handed batsman.

Robinson’s batting style was quite similar to Geoffrey Boycott, leaving the off-target balls before accumulating runs. In 29 Tests he played for England, he scored 1601 runs at a batting average of 36.38 runs. With a highest score of 175 runs, he made four centuries and six half-centuries. In twenty six One Day International matches Robinson scored 597 runs at an average of 22.96. His highest score in ODIs was 83 runs.

Tim Robinson also had a wonderful record in first-class cricket. In four hundred twenty five matches he scored 27571 runs at a shinning average of 42.15. With a top score of 220*, he had sixty three centuries and a hundred and forty one half centuries into his account. He also took four wickets in these first-class matches.

Post retirement he turned up to umpiring and was included in the List of First-Class umpires in the year 2007

Career Highlights

In 1986, Tim Robinson was chosen as Wisden Cricketer of the Year.

He scored 175 runs in a Test that was played against Australia in 1985.

He made an unbeaten double century with 220* runs in a match played against Yorkshire.

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