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He also appeared for Lincolnshire and the Minor Counties Select Team finishing his career with a total of 7 First-class and 16 List A games under his belt.Prior to taking up umpiring Evans remained a familiar face within the game working in the kit and bat manufacturing sector for over 20 years including in recent years helping to set up the Nottinghamshire based company ‘B3’ which has become a familiar brand around the club and professional circuits.Evans joined the ECB’s Reserve List of Umpires in 2011 before being appointed to the First-Class Umpiring Panel in 2015 where he officiated with distinction as well as standing in Women’s One-Day and T20 Internationals.Evans respect amongst his peers also saw him being recently appointed as the Umpires Representative to the ECB’s Cricket Discipline Commission.He took 72 wickets in 32 first-class matches including one five wicket haul - five for 62 - for Oxford against MCC at Lord’s in 1955.Phillips took four for 28 against the Australians at Christ Church College in 1956 with Keith Miller and Richie Benaud among his victims.The England players wore black armbands during the opening day of the 2 Ashes Test Match in Adelaide as a mark of respect following the news of his death.PCA Chief Executive David Leatherdale paid tribute to Evans saying: “Russell was a highly popular figure who was familiar to so many in the cricketing world and his sudden death has come as a shock to so many of us.
Morgan was awarded a benefit in 1961 and he captained Derbyshire for five seasons from 1965 to 1969 when he retired.
Anthony Allom | Syd Starkie | Jan Brittin | Chris Winn | Tom Pritchard | Don Shepherd | Doug Insole | Graham Wiltshire | Peter Lewington | Brian Taylor | Bert Latham | Mike Bore | Dennis Shaw | John Derrick | Chris Greetham | John Hampshire | David Mantell | Peter Richardson | David Sayer | Peter Kippax | Ian Davison | Geoff Smith | John Cordner | John Dale | Sid O'Linn The Professional Cricketers’ Association has been shocked and saddened by the sudden death of former Nottinghamshire cricketer and current First-Class Umpire Russell Evans.
Evans, 52, represented his native Nottinghamshire between 19 playing six matches in both First-Class and List A cricket with a highest score of 59 and claiming 3 wickets.
He was third highest on the list of Derbyshire’s run-scorers, fifth in their list of wicket-takers and top of their catchers with 563, the majority of them taken close to the wicket.
Although Morgan, who was born in London he was posted to Derbyshire during his National Service with the Royal Artillery.
After leaving Oxford Phillips moved to Banbury where he worked as personnel director for an aluminium company.