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|Full name||Maurice Linton Churchill Foster|
9 May 1943 |
Retreat, St Mary, Jamaica
|Bowling style||Right-arm off break|
|National side||West Indies|
|Test debut||12 June 1969 v England|
|Last Test||28 April 1978 v Australia|
|ODI debut||5 September 1973 v England|
|Last ODI||7 September 1973 v England|
|Domestic team information|
|5 wickets in innings||0||0||2||1|
|10 wickets in match||0||0||0||0|
|Source: Cricket Archive, 16 October 2010|
Fos made his Test debut against England on West Indies 1969 tour, but enjoyed his best series against Australia in 1972–73 when he averaged 43.67. He only passed fifty once in that series, but his 125 in front of his home crowd at Kingston was his only Test hundred.
He had made 99 two years earlier against New Zealand. He toured England for a second time in 1973, only playing in the innings victory at Lord's (the only time he was on the winning side in 14 Tests) but thereafter his appearances were increasingly spasmodic as a new generation of batsmen emerged. According to Michael Holding, Foster's career was affected when his wife asked him to choose between her and a tour of India. He chose her.
The genial Foster was also an excellent table-tennis player, and at one time was West Indies champion. He is also the brother of West Indian table tennis champions Joy Foster of Kingston, Jamaica and Dave Foster (deceased) also of Kingston, Jamaica.
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