Hick passes landmark

Former Auckland and Northern Districts batsman has joined Sir Jack Hobbs and Graham Gooch in becoming only the third player in history to score 60,000 runs in all forms of cricket.

Zimbabwe-born Hick, who made his name with Worcestershire and England, clipped the milestone during the County Championship game against Gloucestershire at Bristol.

Hick, who celebrated his 40th birthday in May, has amassed 38,591 first class, 20,972 one-day and 437 Twenty-20 runs to achieve the landmark.

Hick hit 2055 First-Class runs and 276 One-Day runs in two seasons with ND in the late 1980s and 345 runs in 10 One-Day games for Auckland in the 1997/98 campaign.

He also hit 700 runs in all games during the English tour of New Zealand in 1991/92.

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