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Ken Hough

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Kenneth William Hough 24 October 1928 – 20 September 2009 was a cricketer and association football player who represented both New Zealand and Australia in football He also represented New Zealand in Test cricket Hough was born in Auburn, a suburb of Sydney, Australia He died, aged 80, in Gladstone, Queensland


  • 1 Cricket career
  • 2 Football career
  • 3 See also
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

Cricket career

A right-arm fast bowler and useful lower-order batsman, Hough played two Tests against England in 1958–59 and 28 first-class matches, mostly for Northern Districts and Auckland, in his career He took more wickets than anybody else in the 1958–59 Plunket Shield season, with 36 wickets for Auckland at 1213, including 11 for 93 in the match against Otago and 10 for 110 against Canterbury, to help Auckland to win the championship He was one of the New Zealand Cricket Almanac's two Players of the Year in 1959 His finest performance was 12 for 146 7 for 43 and 5 for 103 for Auckland against Central Districts in 1959–60 He played two matches for New Zealand against the Australian team in 1959–60, taking six wickets They were his last first-class matches

In the course of his brief career Hough set the Test match record for the most wickets in a complete career 6 without ever dismissing a batsman caught

Football career

Hough played four matches for the Australian national team in 1948, all against New Zealand

Hough made his full debut for New Zealand between the posts in a 2–3 loss to Australia on 16 August 1958 and made four more appearances over the following month, the last of his A-international caps being in a 2–1 win over New Caledonia on 14 September 1958

See also

  • List of Auckland representative cricketers


  1. ^ "Ken Hough at Cricketarchivecom" CricketArchivecom Archived from the original on 6 January 2008 Retrieved 12 June 2009 
  2. ^ a b "A-International Appearances - Overall" The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website Archived from the original on 7 October 2008 Retrieved 19 June 2009 
  3. ^ "Double international Ken Hough dies" Cricinfo ESPN 22 September 2009 Retrieved 2009-09-22 
  4. ^ Ken Hough
  5. ^ Walmsley, Keith 2003 Mosts Without in Test Cricket Reading, England: Keith Walmsley Publishing Pty Ltd p 457 ISBN 0947540067 
  6. ^ The Australian National Men’s Football Team: Caps And Captains Football Federation Australia 
  7. ^ "Bob Pearce: Big game, big names" NZ Herald 23 Nov 2007 
  8. ^ a b "A-International Lineups" The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website Retrieved 19 June 2009 
  9. ^ "A-International Scorers - Overall" The Ultimate New Zealand Soccer Website Archived from the original on 15 June 2009 Retrieved 19 June 2009 

External links

  • Ken Hough at Cricinfo
  • Ken Hough at Cricket Archive

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