Bob Woolmer factfile

KINGSTON, Jamaica, March 21, 2007 (AFP) – Factfile on Bob Woolmer who died here on Sunday after being found unconscious on the floor of his hotel room at the World Cup. On Wednesday, police revealed that his death was being treated as suspicious: Full Name: Robert Andrew Woolmer
Date of birth: 14 May 1948
Place of birth: Kanpur, India
Died: Kingston, Jamaica, March 18, 2007

Batting Style: Right-hand bat
Bowling Style: Right-arm medium
Teams: England, Kent, Natal, Western Province
Test Debut: Against Australia at Lord’s on 31-07-1975
ODI Debut: Against Australia at Old Trafford on 24-08-1972

International career details:
Tests: 19
Runs: 1,059
Highest score: 149
Average: 33.09
100s: 3
Wickets: 4

ODIs: 6
Runs: 21
Highest score: 9
Average: 5.25
100s: 0
Wickets: 9
Coaching career:
1991: Appointed Director of Coaching at Warwickshire CCC.
1993: Warwickshire wins the NatWest Trophy.
1994: Warwickshire win 3 out of 4 trophies and are runners up in the NatWest series. Appointed coach of South Africa.
1999: Leaves South Africa job after team fails to make

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