Reginald Carter (English cricketer)

Reginald Carter
Personal information
Full nameReginald Carter
Born (1933-11-07) 7 November 1933 (age 83)
Whitwell, Derbyshire, England
Batting styleRight-handed batsman
Bowling styleLeft arm slow orthodox bowler
Domestic team information
First-class debut15 AUgust 1953 Derbyshire v Leicestershire
Last First-class6 August 1955 Derbyshire v Yorkshire
Career statistics
Runs scored130
Batting average7.22
Top score25
Balls bowled1600
Bowling average25.06
5 wickets in innings1
10 wickets in match
Best bowling7-46
Source: [1], 18 April 2011


Resource: [1], 18 Apr 2011 Reginald Carter (given birth to 7 November 1933) was an British cricketer who played for Derbyshire from 1953 to 1955. Carter was created in Whitwell, Derbyshire. He produced his debut cricketing appearance for L. Lewin’s XI in 1950, as well as for Derbyshire Second XI in the next year’s Small Counties Tournament. He also performed for Derbyshire Golf club and Ground at exactly the same time as playing for the next XI. Carter produced his debut first-class appearance for Derbyshire through the 1953 time of year where he produced three looks. In his second match he accomplished seven for 46 against Somerset. His most energetic time of year with the group was 1954 time of year, where he performed nine County tournament fits, and two fits against the touring Scots and Pakistanis. He performed three first-class fits in the 1955 time of year and continued to try out using the Derbyshire Second XI before end of this time of year. Carter was a slow left-arm bowler and took 30 high grade wickets at typically 25.06 and having a best overall performance of 7 for 47. He was a right-handed batsman and performed twenty-two innings in seventeen high grade matches with typically 7.22 and a high rating of 25 works.