1967 English cricket season

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1967 English cricket season

1967 was the 68th season of County Championship cricket in England. India and Pakistan both toured England and played in three-match Test series. England defeated Pakistan 2–0 and India 3–0. Yorkshire retained the County Championship title.


Test series[edit]

India tour[edit]

Pakistan tour[edit]

England played two series in 1967 and were very successful, beating India 3–0 and Pakistan 2–0. Ken Barrington scored a century in each of the three matches against Pakistan.

County Championship[edit]

Gillette Cup[edit]

Leading batsmen[edit]

Ken Barrington topped the averages with 2059 runs at 68.63.

Leading bowlers[edit]

Derek Underwood topped the averages with 136 wickets at 12.39.


Annual reviews[edit]

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