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Moss, JK

        
Name: Moss, Jeffrey Kenneth
Date of Birth: 29 June 1947
Career: 1968/69 - 1986/87
Teams: Melbourne, North Melbourne,
Prahran
Matches: 208
Batting Style: LHB 
Bowling Style: Right Arm Leg Spin

 

 

 

 

Jeff Moss was a hard-hitting left-handed batsman who scored 7271 runs @ 37.86 for Melbourne, North Melbourne and Prahran in 208 matches between 1968/69 and 1986/87. He scored 14 centuries, with a top-score of 200 against Ringwood in 1977/78. First selected for Victoria at 29, Moss scored 149 in his second match against NSW and was the Vics’ leading run-scorer in the Shield-winning seasons of 1978/79 and 1979/80. Moss replaced the injured Graham Yallop in the Second Test against Pakistan in Perth in 1978/79, scoring 22 & 38* in Australia’s victory. He toured England with the Australian World Cup squad in 1979, playing in one match. Moss finished his first class career in 1981/82 with 3416 runs @ 43.79 with 9 centuries and a highest score of 220 against South Australia in 1978/79. He also scored 200* against WA at St Kilda in 1981/82, adding an Australian record third wicket partnership of 390 with Julien Wiener.

 

Batting
Innings N.O. Runs Batting Avg High Score 50s 100s
 232   40 7271 37.86 200 32  14

Bowling
Runs Wickets Bowling Avg Best 5wi 10wm Ct/St
1303 37  35.21 3/60  -  - 70