|Birth Day:||August 27, 1946|
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He began his career in 1965, en route to 31 first class matches for West Indies and Barbados.
Anthony Bourne "Tony" Howard (born 27 August 1946 in Saint Michael, Barbados) is a former West Indian cricketer who played one Test in 1972, taking two wickets for 140 in a drawn match against New Zealand.
He played 31 first class matches from 1965-66 to 1974-75, representing the West Indies and Barbados, and took 85 wickets with his off spin. He retired at the age of 29 to pursue a career in business, but remained involved in cricket, and became manager of the Barbados team in 1998 before taking over the national team in March 2004.
Currently, Tony Howard is 76 years, 1 months and 5 days old. Tony Howard will celebrate 77th birthday on a Sunday 27th of August 2023.
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