Allrounder Ron Tindall dies aged 76

Ron Tindall, who has died in Western Australia at the age of 76, won household fame as a footballer with Chelsea, scoring 69 goals in 174 appearances and forming a potent striking partnership with Jimmy Greaves. But he was a very good cricketer as well, playing for Surrey as an offspinning allrounder, scoring 5446 runs at 24.86 and taking 150 wickets at 32.38.
As a professional footballer, Tindall had time to play cricket in the summer and he was on Surrey’s books from 1956 to 1966. He made his debut in 1956 but only played a handful of matches until 1960 when he broke into a side which…

Read more here: Allrounder Ron Tindall dies aged 76

About The Author

RSS Hot Search Trends


Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 379 other subscribers