Adrian Wykes

Cricket Player

1958 –


Who is Adrian Wykes?

Adrian Paul Acheson 'Percy' Wykes is an English cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium-pace bowler who played for Cambridgeshire and Luxembourg. He was born in Westminster.

Wykes made his Minor Counties Championship debut in 1987, and made three List A appearances in the NatWest Trophy between 1987 and 1989. tykes took five wickets with the ball in his one-day career, from 25.1 overs of bowling at an average of 15.60. He caught one catch, and made one run-out. In just a single appearance at the crease, Wykes scored 0 not out while testing out the authenticity of Michael Holding's nickname 'Whispering Death' by closing his eyes at the non-striker's end.

As Percy Pavilion or he wrote songs and poems about cricket between 1982 and 1998, releasing records, a c.d., and a cassette.

He now teaches Latin, Geography, History, Sociology, Ethics, and Economics at the Luxembourg II European School. He has written a book about cricket, Economics, Cambridge, and Keynes.

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Feb 7, 1958

on July 23, 2013


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