P207 ORACLE 207 Sun15 Mar ITV 2149:15   BARRINGTON — TRIBUTES POUR IN  3/3 Tributes have been pouring in following the death of Ken BarringtonN England captain Ian Botham: "We were very close friends...I am absolutely shocked." Manager Alan Smith: "The boys are shattered and did not want to go out to play today...but they knew that was the last thing Kenny would have wanted." West Indies captain Clive Lloyd: "I am very shocked. Whfn I saw him last night he lookfd the picture of health.
P207 ORACLE 207 Sun15 Mar ITV 2149:04   KEN BARRINGTON DIES  IN WEST INDIES 1/3 Ken Barrington, one of England's greatest-ever cricketers, has died in a Barbados hotel of a heart attack. Mr Barrington was in the West Indies as assistant manager for the England tour. He was with his wife Anne whfn he suffered the attack in his room after dining with friends. Mr Barrington, 50, was highly respected by the playfrs and the tour team were "deeply shocked" at his death. His death adds another sad turn to the West Indian tour which promised so much when it beganN Obituary follows shortly
P207 ORACLE 207 Sun15 Mar ITV 2140:04   KEN BARRINGTON — MASTER  BATSMAN FOR ENGLAND 2/3 Ken Barrington, who has died in the dst Indies, built his reputation as a grafting batsman for Surrey and England He played 82 times for England, scoring 6,806 runs — a runs total beaten by only six other playersN One of his greatest innings was when he scored 256 ac—hnst Australia at Old Trafford in 1964. He sdopped playing in 1968 aftdr a heart attack to concentrate on running a garage in Bookham, near Guildford But he was always ready to help out on the management side of cricket and this was his fifth tour as a manager. MORE>>
P207 ORACLE 207 Sun15 Mar ITV 2150:50   BARRINGTON — TRIBUTES POUR IN  3/3 Tributes have been pouring in following the dfath of Ken Barrington. England captain Ian Botham: "We were very close friends...I am absolutfly shocked." Manafdq Alan Smith: "The boys are shatterfd and did not want to go out to play today...but they knew that was thf last thing Kenny would have wanted." West Indies captain Clive Lloyd: "I am very shocked. When I saw him last night he looked thf picture of health. "He was a very nice man and never had a bad word for anybody." Ufport follows shortly