John Fulton Reid

Infobox Cricketer

nationality = New Zealand
country = New Zealand
country abbrev = NZ
name = John Reid
picture = Cricket_no_pic.pngbatting style = Left-hand bat
bowling style = Legbreak
balls = true
tests = 19
test runs = 1296
test bat avg = 46.28
test 100s/50s = 6/2
test top score = 180
test overs = 18
test wickets = -
test bowl avg = -
test 5s = -
test 10s = -
test best bowling = -
test catches/stumpings = 9/-
ODIs = 25
ODI runs = 633
ODI bat avg = 27.52
ODI 100s/50s = 0/4
ODI top score = 88
ODI overs = -
ODI wickets = -
ODI bowl avg = -
ODI 5s = -
ODI 10s = -
ODI best bowling = -
ODI catches/stumpings = 5/-
date = 4 February
year = 2006
source = Cricinfo

John Fulton Reid (born March 3 1956 in Auckland) is a former New Zealand cricketer.

Reid played in 19 Tests and 25 One Day Internationals between 1979 and 1986. His Test average was 46.28 and included six Test centuries. His ODI average was 27.52.

He is a cousin of former Australian cricketer Bruce Reid, but is not related to former New Zealand captain John Richard Reid.

Unusual batting statistics

Despite having a very respectable batting average of 46.28, it was revealed that Reid had the biggest difference in batting averages from the first to second innings by Cricinfo. Whilst possessing a fantastic first innings average of 68.41, Reid's second innings average was a dismal 12.09, a difference of more than 56 runs.

External links

* [ Cricinfo article on John F. Reid]
* [ Cricinfo article on batting averages of first and second innings]

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