Born at Balham, South London in 1937, Ted Clark was a right-handed middle-order batsman and left-arm medium pace bowler. He represented the county 196 times from 1959 to 1976. He amassed 8.733 runs (av. 29.11) with a top score of 149, took 58 wickets (av. 32.46) with a best performance of 5 for 61 and he held 106 catches. He achieved 1,000 runs in a season five times with a best of 1,454 runs (av. 32.31) in 1964. He toured four times with M.C.C. to East Africa 1973/74, West Africa 1975/76 and Bangladesh in 1976/77 and 1978/79. He ceased to appear regularly for the county after 1966. After retiring he has served as a member of the Club’s General Committee.