Terry Jenner 20th century Australian cricket player and coach

Terry Jenner is a 66 years old 20th century Australian cricket player and coach from Mount Lawley, Western Australia. Terry Jenner was born on September 08, 1944 (died on May 25, 2011, he was 66 years old) in Mount Lawley, Western Australia. His nickname was Jenner Terry; Jenner Terrence spin doctor..

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Terrence James Jenner was an Australian cricketer who played nine Tests and one ODI from 1970 to 1975. He was primarily a leg-spin bowler and was known for his attacking loopy style of bowling but he was also a handy lower-order batsman. In his latter years he was a leg-spin coach to many players around the world and a great influence on Shane Warne. He was also a radio cricket commentator for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
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Is Terry Jenner still alive?

No, he died on 05/25/2011, 11 years ago. He was 66 years old when he died. He died in Adelaide

Career (4)

Team Match/Point Start End Age at that time
Cambridgeshire County Cricket Club 1971 1972 26 years He was 26 years old.
Australia national cricket team 1970 1975 25 years He was 25 years old.
South Australia cricket team 1967 1977 22 years He was 22 years old.
Western Australia cricket team
What was Terry's zodiac sign?

Terry Jenner zodiac sign was virgo.

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