Name: Len Darling

Full Name: Leonard Stuart Darling

Leonard Stuart Darling, the Australian left-handed batsman who played in 12 Test matches between the wars, died at Adelaide on June 24, 1992, aged 82. Len Darling was athletically built and a graceful, dashing player with a fine array of attacking strokes which he used to good effect in the Sheffield Shield for Victoria from 1931-32 to 1936-37. He had few chances to show what he could do at Test level, but looked the part more than once before his sudden retirement at the end of 1936-37.

Batting Style: Left-hand bat

Bowling Style: Right-arm medium

Age:

Country: Australia

Teams: Australia, Victoria

Born: August 14, 1909, South Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria

Batting Statistics:

Tests
MatchesInnsRunsAveSRHighest50s100s4s6sCatches
121847427.888530 08
First Class
MatchesInnsRunsAveSRHighest50s100s4s6sCatches
100143578042.501882616 59

Bowling Statistics:

Tests
MatchesWktsBallsRunsAveEcon5w10WBBI
12016265-2.4000-
First Class
MatchesWktsBallsRunsAveEcon5w10WBBI
100323075150246.932.93003/57

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