Lance Gibbs, Maximum Balls Without A Single Wide Or No-Ball In Test Cricket, 27,115 Deliveries
Lance Gibbs, Maximum Balls Without A Single Wide Or No-Ball In Test Cricket, 27,115 Deliveries

Lance Gibbs, Maximum Balls Without A Single Wide Or No-Ball In Test Cricket, 27,115 Deliveries

The West Indian offspinner Lance Gibbs bowled 27,115 balls in 79 matches, without a single wide or no-ball. This is a world record of Maximum Balls without a single WIDE or NO-BALL in Test Cricket.

Richard Hadlee sent down 21,918 deliveries without conceding a wide, but did have 22 no-balls, while Derek Underwood (21,862 balls in 86 Tests) and Garry Sobers (21,599 in 93) never bowled a wide or a no-ball.

Maximum Balls without a single WIDE or NO-BALL in Test Cricket

Lance Gibbs, the accuracy parameter in test bowling

Lance Gibbs was a West Indian cricketer who was known for his exceptional bowling abilities and his contribution to the team.

Gibbs was a right-arm off-spinner who played for the West Indies cricket team from 1958 to 1976. He was known for his accuracy, control and ability to take wickets. He was also known for his ability to bowl long spells, which helped him to tire out the opposition’s batsmen.

Gibbs was a key member of the West Indies team that dominated world cricket in the 1970s. He played a vital role in the team’s success, taking 309 wickets in Test cricket. He was also a great fielder and was known to save many runs for his team.

Maximum Balls without a single WIDE or NO-BALL in Test Cricket

Gibbs was also known for his sportsmanship and team spirit. He was always willing to help out his teammates and was known to be a great team player. He was respected by his teammates and was often seen as a leader in the team. In addition to his on-field contributions, Gibbs was also a mentor to many young cricketers. He was always willing to share his knowledge and experience with others, and was known to be a great coach.

Overall, Lance Gibbs was an exceptional cricketer who made a significant contribution to the West Indies team. His bowling and team work helped the West Indies become one of the greatest cricket teams in the world. He will always be remembered as a true legend of the game.

FAQs

When did Lance Gibbs play for the West Indies cricket team?

Lance Gibbs played for the West Indies cricket team from 1958 to 1976.

What kind of bowler was Lance Gibbs?

Lance Gibbs was a right-arm off-spinner known for his accuracy, control, and ability to take wickets. He was also known for his ability to bowl long spells.

What is the record associated with Lance Gibbs in test cricket?

Lance Gibbs bowled maximum Balls Without A Single Wide Or No-Ball In Test Cricket. Total 27,115 Deliveries

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