Ted Dexter Obituary – Cause of Death: Nicknamed ‘Ruler Ted’, Dexter was a forceful batsman and valuable crease bowler who played 62 Tests for England and was commander between 1961-1964.
He drove Sussex to triumph in the initial two releases of the restricted overs Gillette Cup and proceeded to make an unexpected two-Test rebound in 1968.
In an explanation, the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) depicted Dexter as “one of England’s most prominent ever cricketers”.
“He was chief in 30 of his 62 Test coordinates and played the game with a similar feeling of experience and fun that catches a significant part of the tale of his noteworthy life.”
The assertion added that Dexter died calmly in the Compton Hospice in Wolverhampton at noontime on Wednesday, 25 August, encircled by his family.