Ted Dexter

Sussex Cricket Museum

May 6 2024 • 24 mins

With a new display cabinet in the Sussex Cricket Museum on Ted Dexter, Adrian Harmes discusses with cricket historian Roger Packham, the impact of Ted Dexter on not just Sussex cricket, but the way he transformed the way that this new form of cricket was played. The prospect of Dexter attacking fast bowling, and driving and cutting them with fierce strokes was enough to put thousands on any gate. He was a cricket thinker who helped to revolutionise the way the game was played and in so doing led Sussex to their first ever trophies in 1963 and 1964.

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