Northants Cricket was sad to learn of Graham Stevenson's death at the age of 58.
The Yorkshire-born all-rounder - who made two Test and four ODI appearances for England in 1980 and 1981 - played most of his first-class cricket for his native county, turning out for the White Rose between 1973 and 1986.
But after leaving Yorkshire he spent the 1987 season with Northamptonshire.
Graham appeared for the County in one first-class match - against the Pakistan tourists at Manor Fields, Bletchley, in June - and also played against Lancashire in a Refuge Assurance League game at Tring the following month.
The rest of his cricket with Northamptonshire was in the Second XI and the club released him at the end of the season.
Everyone at Wantage Road extends their sympathy to the friends and family of a very talented cricketer.