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Encyclopedia > Russell Endean
Russell Endean
South Africa (RSA)
Russell Endean
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling type -
Tests First-class
Matches 28 134
Runs scored 1630 7757
Batting average 33.95 37.83
100s/50s 3/8 15/34
Top score 162* 247
Balls bowled - 102
Wickets - 2
Bowling average - 36.50
5 wickets in innings - -
10 wickets in match - -
Best bowling - 1/1
Catches/stumpings 41/- 158/13

Test debut: 16 August 1951
Last Test: 28 February 1958
Source: [1]
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Telegraph | News | Russell Endean (1159 words)
Russell Endean, the South African Test cricketer who has died aged 79, played a vital role in stiffening his country's batting during the early 1950s; he was also one of the most brilliant fielders in the history of the game.
Endean's greatest hour came in the second Test at Melbourne, when he batted for seven hours in the second innings to make a chanceless 162 not out and set up South Africa's victory by 82 runs.
Endean was chosen for South Africa's tour of England in 1951 as the first-choice wicketkeeper; in the event, though, the superb performances of John Waite behind the stumps kept him out of the Test side.
Obstructing the field - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (372 words)
As the ball came down toward his stumps, he hit it away, obstructing the wicketkeeper Russell Endean from taking the catch.
Coincidentally, Russell Endean was the first man given out handled the ball in a test match.
If either batsman is out 'obstructing the field', any runs completed before the offence, together with any penalty extras and the penalty for a No ball or Wide are still scored, except when the offence stopped a catch being caught when only penalties are still scored.
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