He played in only two matches for Lancashire, and at one point it was considered sending Anderson to play for Glamorgan to prove his fitness; however, Lancashire decided they would rather have Anderson play for them if only in a limited capacity. [35] In August, despite a mixed series against South Africa, Anderson was named Young Cricketer of the Year; he became the first player to be unanimously voted the award. He played only 49 Tests from 1965 to 1976. Statham's accuracy could be stifling, and hence batsmen had to be extremely patient to get runs against him. Travelling as a barely-used reserve on the winter South Africa tour while seemingly struggling for form, Anderson was given another shot at redemption, after Simon Jones was dropped for the third Test after a poor performance in the second. Anderson finished the series, which England lost 2–1, with 10 wickets at an average of 24.50. 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