He was the fourth man after W. Grace, Wilfred Rhodes and George Hirst to take 2, wickets and make 20, runs in first-class cricket. Although he was best known for his off spin, he was an accomplished lower-order batsman who deserved to be called an all-rounder, even opening the batting for England on six occasions. Outside of cricket, Titmus was also an able footballer; at one stage he was contracted to Watford as a professional, having earlier played for Chelsea as a junior. One of England's most famed players, he competed in first class matches in five different decades. He had three children with two wives: his first wife, Jean Titmus, and his wife until his death, Stephanie Titmus. He is one of a handful all-around first-class cricketers to achieve the English season double at least five times, joining stars such as Trevor Bailey. Home Cricket Player Fred Titmus. Cricket Player.
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To build your own Itinerary, click to add an item to your Itinerary basket. If Half Man Half Biscuit did not exist, it would be imperative to invent them. Since their formation nearly 30 years ago, their presence has been a necessity. In essence the vehicle for the observations, ramblings and creations of front-man Nigel Blackwell, they are a counterblast to the processes of modern life. Throughout changing times they have spanned the decades, released 13 full-length albums and dropped a thousand-and-one pop culture references; from BBC Radio's Charles Nove to former England cricketer Fred Titmus. HMHB are a truly genuine band, blessed with a magical capacity to make the most jaded of listeners fall back in love with music again. Witty and dry, sardonic yet never cynical, melodically infectious yet edgy sing along songs, these four lads who shook the Wirral are perhaps still to some extent an undiscovered national treasure. View Map.
The band line-up for both the album track and the live recording was Paul Wright on drums, Neil Crossley on bass guitar and vocals, Nigel Blackwell on rhythm guitar and lead vocals, Simon Blackwell on lead guitar and David Lloyd on keyboards. The track is often performed as the opening live number, such as at The Point , Cardiff in ,  and at Coronation Hall, Ulverston , Cumbria in The song describes the singer's surprise at encountering the famous cricketer in three everyday situations - at a supermarket, in a park, and at a railway station. As with other songs by Half Man Half Biscuit, it includes elements of British popular culture and puns. Reference is made to Lenor , a brand of fabric conditioner , and a double entendre concerns American singer Stevie Nicks , and the British slang term "nick", meaning to steal, in the sense of a kleptomaniac. Lead singer Nigel Blackwell said of the song, "To be honest, when I started writing songs one of my fantasies