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ICC saddened with the passing of Hubert Doggart

Post-match presentation by Hubert Doggart (centre) with (from left) Colonel John Stephenson, Gubby Allen and Denis Compton after the MCC Bicentenary Match between MCC and Rest of the World XI at Lord's Cricket Ground, London, 25th August 1987.
Mr Doggart, who was the ICC Chairman in 1981-82, represented England in two Tests against the Windies in 1950.

The International Cricket Council has expressed its sadness at the passing for Mr. Hubert Doggart, who was the ICC Chairman in 1981-82 by virtue of being the President of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) during that period.

“The ICC is saddened by the news of Mr Doggart’s passing. He was a man of great repute and strong administrative skills who made useful contribution as a cricketer and administrator. On behalf of the entire cricket family, we offer our condolences to Mr Doggart’s friends and family,” the ICC said in a statement.

Mr Doggart represented England in two Tests against the Windies in 1950, scoring 22 and 29 in Manchester, and zero and 25 at Lord’s.

He had a more successful career as a first-class cricketer, when he scored 10,054 runs for Cambridge University and Sussex from 1948 to 1961. On his first-class debut, he scored 215 not out against Lancashire.

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