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Cricket Players

There are four hundred and twenty-seven Cricket Players called John.

  • John Major

    John Major is a Cricket Player... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Major)

  • John Snow (cricketer)

    John Augustine Snow (born 13 October 1941) played cricket for Sussex and England in the 1960s and 1970s. Despite being the son of a country vicar and publishing two volumes of poetry Snow was England's most formidable fast bowler between Fred Trueman and Bob Willis.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Snow (cricketer))

  • John Wright (cricketer)

    John Geoffrey Wright (born July 5, 1954 in Darfield, New Zealand) is a former international cricketer representing - and captaining - New Zealand, and, following his retirement in 1993, coaching the Indian national cricket team from 2000 to 2005. He made his international debut in 1978 against England.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Wright (cricketer))

  • John Hood

    John Hood is a Cricket Player... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hood)

  • John Devey

    John Henry George "Jack" Devey (26 December 1866 – 11 October 1940) was a football player.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Devey)

  • John Davison (cricketer)

    John Michael Davison (born 9 May 1970 in Campbell River, British Columbia) is a well known Canadian cricket player. He is a hard-hitting right-handed batsman in the top or middle order, useful off spin bowler and good fielder.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Davison (cricketer))

  • John Edrich

    John Hugh Edrich, MBE (born 21 June 1937 in Blofield, Norfolk)... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Edrich)

  • John Emburey

    John Ernest Emburey (born 20 August 1952 in Peckham) is a former English cricketer who played for Middlesex, Northamptonshire, Western Province, Berkshire and England.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Emburey)

  • John Inverarity

    Robert John Inverarity (born 31 January 1944, Subiaco, Perth, Western Australia) is a former Test and first-class cricketer. A right-handed batsman and left-arm orthodox spin bowler in his playing career, Inverarity was also one of the enduring captains in the Australian Sheffield Shield during the late 1970s and early 1980s.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Inverarity)

  • John Dyson

    John Dyson (born 11 June 1954, Kogarah, New South Wales) is a former international cricketer (batsman) who is now a cricket coach, most recently in charge of the West Indies.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Dyson)

  • John Sharpe (cricketer)

    John Sharpe (John William Sharpe; born December 9, 1866, Ruddington, Nottinghamshire, England; died: June 19, 1936, Ruddington, Nottinghamshire, England) was a bowler who was George Lohmann's partner in the formidable Surrey sides that dominated the first years of the official cricket County Championship. However, because softer and more primitive wickets meant backup bowlers were often unnecessary, Sharpe could never get into form once Lockwood began developing as a bowler late in 1891, and his county career was, for his time, quite short despite some notable successes in Australia.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Sharpe (cricketer))

  • John Bastard

    John Horatio Bastard (16 December 1817 – July 1848) was a Cambridge University cricketer who played in six first-class matches between 1838 and 1840. He was born and died in Newcastle upon Tyne.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Bastard)

  • John Traicos

    Athanasios John Traicos (born 17 May 1947 in Zagazig, Egypt) is a former cricketer who represented South Africa and Zimbabwe at international level. He was primarily an off spin bowler, and is one of a small number of cricketers to have played at the highest level for more than one country.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Traicos)

  • John Ferris (cricketer)

    John James Ferris (21 May 1867 in Sydney – 17 November 1900 in Durban), a left-arm swing bowler, was one of the few cricketers to play Test cricket for more than one country.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Ferris (cricketer))

  • John Murray (cricketer)

    John Thomas Murray MBE (born 1 April 1935) is a former English cricketer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Murray (cricketer))

  • John Wisden

    John Wisden (5 September 1826 – 5 April 1884) was an English cricketer who played 190 first-class cricket matches for three English county cricket teams, Kent, Middlesex and Sussex. He is now best known for launching the eponymous Wisden Cricketers' Almanack in 1864, the year after he retired from first-class cricket.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Wisden)

  • John Jewell

    John Edmund Valentine Jewell (31 January 1891 - 17 April 1966) was a cricketer who played 27 times for Orange Free State (and once for PW Sherwell's XI) between 1910-11 and 1925-26. He also played a handful of times for Surrey's Second XI.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Jewell)

  • John Richard Reid

    John Richard Reid (born 3 June, 1928, Auckland) was a New Zealand cricketer who captained New Zealand in 34 Tests. He was the country's first cricketing leader to achieve victory, both at home against the West Indies in 1956 and the first away win, against South Africa in 1962.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Richard Reid)

  • John Parker (cricketer)

    John Morton Parker (born 21 February 1951, Dannevirke) is a former New Zealand cricketer. He played 36 Test matches and 24 ODIs for New Zealand, also serving as interim captain in the third Test against Pakistan in 1976/77.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Parker (cricketer))

  • John Murtagh

    John Richard Murtagh (born 21 July 1967 in Canterbury, New Zealand) is a former cricketer. He captained the New Zealand Under-19 team in three Youth Tests and three Youth ODIs in 1986/7.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Murtagh)

  • John Cecil Masterman

    Sir John Cecil Masterman (12 January 1891 – 6 June 1977) was a noted academic, sportsman and author. However, he was best known as chairman of the Twenty Committee, which during World War II ran the Double Cross System, the ingenious scheme that controlled double agents in Britain.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Cecil Masterman)

  • John Small (cricketer)

    John Small (born 1737 at Empshott, Hampshire; died 31 December 1826 at Petersfield, Hampshire) was an English professional cricketer who played first-class cricket from c.1756 to 1798, one of the longest careers on record.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Small (cricketer))

  • John Hodges

    John Robart Hodges, an Australian cricketer, was born in Knightsbridge, London on 11 August 1855 and is believed to have died on 17 January 1933 in Melbourne, Victoria in his adopted country. The exact details of his death remain unconfirmed but this date is generally accepted by the sport's historians.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hodges)

  • John Stephenson (cricketer, born 1965)

    John Patrick Stephenson (born 14 March 1965) is an English cricketer, who is currently Head of Cricket at the MCC.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Stephenson (cricketer, born 1965))

  • John Selby

    John Selby (1 July 1849 in Nottingham – 11 March 1894 in Nottingham) played cricket professionally for Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club between 1870 and 1887. In 1878, he headed the English cricket averages with 938 runs at average of 31.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Selby)

  • John Buchanan (cricketer)

    John Marshall Buchanan (born 5 April 1953 in Ipswich, Queensland) is the former coach of the Australia national cricket team and of Kolkata Knight Riders team in the Indian Premier League. John Buchanan is a King's Old Collegian (University of Queensland, Brisbane)and is also an old boy of The Southport School, located in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Buchanan (cricketer))

  • John Shuter

    John Shuter (9 February 1855 Thornton Heath, Surrey, England – 5 July 1920, Blackheath, Kent, England) was a cricketer who played for England and Surrey in the late 19th century. He is best remembered for captaining Surrey to a string of wins in the County Championship around the time it became official in 1890, aided by the bowler George Lohmann and back up by John Sharpe and William Lockwood.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Shuter)

  • John Hampshire

    John Harry Hampshire (born February 10, 1941 Thurnscoe, near Barnsley, Yorkshire), better known as Jack Hampshire, was an English cricketer who played only a handful of Tests and ODI's for England. He also played first-class cricket for 20 years for Yorkshire and then, after leaving during one of the county's perennial bouts of civil war, for Derbyshire.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hampshire)

  • John Bracewell

    John Garry Bracewell (born 15 April 1958) is a New Zealand cricketer and coach. He played 41 Test matches between 1979-80 and 1990, as well as 53 One Day Internationals.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Bracewell)

  • John Trumble

    John William Trumble (16 September 1863 – 17 August 1944) was an Australian cricketer who played in 7 Tests between 1885 and 1886.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Trumble)

  • John McIlwraith (cricketer)

    John McIlwraith (born 7 September 1857 in Collingwood, Victoria died 5 July 1938 in Camberwell, Victoria) was an Australian cricketer who played in one Test in 1886.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John McIlwraith (cricketer))

  • John Cottam

    John Thomas Cottam (5 September 1867 in Sydney, New South Wales – 30 January 1897 in Western Australia) was an Australian cricketer who played in one Test in 1887.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Cottam)

  • Lord John Sackville

    The Lord John Philip Sackville (born 22 June 1713; died 3 December 1765 in Tour du Pain, Lake Geneva, Switzerland) was the second son of Lionel Sackville, 1st Duke of Dorset. He was a keen cricketer who was closely connected with the sport in Kent.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Lord John Sackville)

  • John Swift

    John Sheddon Swift (3 February 1852 – 28 February 1926 at Kew, Victoria) was a Victorian First-class cricketer and Test match umpire.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Swift)

  • John Payne (umpire)

    John William Payne (1844 – 12 May 1928 at Glebe Point New South Wales) was a Test match umpire. He officiated in one match between Australia and England in Sydney on 20 February 1885 to 24 February 1885, won by Australia by only six runs thanks to an 80 run tenth wicket partnership, and a 10 wicket bag by Fred Spofforth.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Payne (umpire))

  • John Valentine (cricketer)

    John Nugent Valentine (born 20 September 1954 in Montreal, Canada) was a Canadian cricketer, a left-arm medium-pace bowler whose main claim to fame is that of being the first player to take a wicket for Canada in a One Day International. His batting was extremely poor, and in nine matches at ODI and ICC Trophy level his highest score was 3 not out.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Valentine (cricketer))

  • John Langridge

    John George Langridge (10 February 1910 – 27 June 1999) was a cricketer who played for Sussex. His obituary in Wisden called him "one of the best English cricketers of the 20th century never to play a Test match".... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Langridge)

  • John Harber

    John Harber (12 November 1889 – 11 August 1962) was an English cricketer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Harber)

  • John Firth (cricketer)

    John D'Ewes Evelyn Firth, born at Nottingham, United Kingdom, on 21 February 1900 and died at Winchester on 21 September 1957, won fleeting fame as a schoolboy cricketer at Winchester College during the First World War. He went on to become a Church of England clergyman.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Firth (cricketer))

  • John Crawley

    John Paul Crawley (born 21 September 1971 in Maldon, Essex) is a retired English professional cricketer, who represented England in 37 Test matches. He is regarded alongside his near contemporaries Graeme Hick and Mark Ramprakash as a hugely talented player who failed to realise his full potential at international level.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Crawley)

  • John Guy (cricketer)

    John William Guy (born 29 August 1934) played 12 Tests for New Zealand. He was born in Nelson, New Zealand & currently resides in Melbourne, Australia.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Guy (cricketer))

  • John Hartley (cricketer)

    Colonel John Cabourn Hartley (born 15 November 1874 in Lincoln, England; died 8 March 1963 in Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire, England) was a cricketer who played first-class cricket for Oxford University Cricket Club between 1895 and 1897 and Sussex County Cricket Club between 1895 and 1898. He then went on to play for the Marylebone Cricket Club in first-class fixtures until 1926.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hartley (cricketer))

  • John King (cricketer)

    John Herbert King (16 April 1871 in Lutterworth, Leicestershire, England – 18 November 1946 in Denbigh, Wales) was a cricketer who played first-class cricket for Leicestershire between 1895 and 1925. He also played one Test match for England, which was against Australia at Lord's in 1909.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John King (cricketer))

  • John Spilsbury (cricketer)

    John William Edward Spilsbury (born 27 October 1933) is a former English cricketer. A right-arm fast-medium bowler and right-handed batsman, he played only once at first-class level, when he appeared for Worcestershire against the Combined Services at New Road in 1952.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Spilsbury (cricketer))

  • John Jackson (cricketer)

    John Jackson (cricketer) is a Cricket Player... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Jackson (cricketer))

  • John Morrison (cricketer)

    John Francis Maclean Morrison, MNZM (born 27 August 1947 in Wellington) played 17 Tests and 18 One Day Internationals for New Zealand. Since retiring from playing he has worked as a commentator and in local body politics, including serving on the Wellington City Council.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Morrison (cricketer))

  • John Blain

    John Angus Rae Blain (born January 4, 1979 in Edinburgh) is a Scottish cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm fast-medium pace bowler.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Blain)

  • John Evans (cricketer)

    Alfred John Evans (1 May 1889 in Newtown, Hampshire – 18 September 1960 in London) was a cricketer who played for Oxford University, Hampshire, Kent and England. He was also an all-round sportsman who enjoyed success in golf and racquets.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Evans (cricketer))

  • John Barclay (cricketer)

    John Robert Troutbeck Barclay (born 22 January 1954) was an English cricketer, who played internationally once for Hong Kong.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Barclay (cricketer))

  • John Hayes (cricketer)

    John Arthur "Johnny" Hayes (11 January 1927 – 25 December 2007) was a cricketer who played 15 Tests for New Zealand. Primarily a fast bowler bowling late away-swingers with a high action, he took 30 wickets in Tests.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hayes (cricketer))

  • John Fulton Reid

    John Fulton Reid (born March 3, 1956) is a former New Zealand cricketer. He was born in Auckland.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Fulton Reid)

  • John Fereday

    John Benjemin Fereday (24 November 1873 - 1 January 1958) was an English cricketer: a right-handed batsman and right-arm off-break bowler who played ten times for Worcestershire County Cricket Club between 1899 and 1901.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Fereday)

  • John Reedman

    John Cole "Jack" Reedman (9 October 1865, Gilberton, SA – 25 March 1924, Gilberton, SA) was an Australian sportsman. As a cricketer he played in one Test, at the Sydney Cricket Ground in 1894.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Reedman)

  • John Harry

    John Harry (1 August 1857, Ballarat, Victoria – 27 October 1919, Canterbury, Victoria) was an Australian cricketer who played in one Test at Adelaide in 1895.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Harry)

  • John Newstead

    John Thomas Newstead, born at Marton, Middlesbrough, Yorkshire on 8 September 1877, and died at Blackburn, Lancashire on 25 March 1952, was a cricketer who played for Yorkshire.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Newstead)

  • John McLaren (cricketer)

    John William McLaren (22 December 1886, Toowong, Queensland – 17 November 1921, Highgate Hill, Queensland) was an Australian cricketer who played in 1 Test in 1912.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John McLaren (cricketer))

  • John Gleeson

    John William Gleeson (born 14 March 1938 in Kyogle, New South Wales) is a former Australian cricketer who played in 29 Tests from 1967 to 1972.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Gleeson)

  • John Benaud

    John Benaud (born 11 May 1944, Auburn, New South Wales) is a former Australian cricketer.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Benaud)

  • John Watkins (Australian cricketer)

    John Russell Watkins (born 16 April 1943), is a former Australian cricketer who played in one Test in 1973.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Watkins (Australian cricketer))

  • John Maclean (cricketer)

    John Alexander Maclean (born 27 April 1946, Herston, Queensland) is a former Australian cricketer who played in 4 Tests and 2 ODIs from 1978 to 1979. John was educated at Brisbane State High School.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Maclean (cricketer))

  • John Maguire (cricketer)

    John Norman Maguire (born 15 September 1956, Murwillumbah, New South Wales) is a former Australian cricketer who played in 3 Tests and 23 ODIs from 1983 to 1984.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Maguire (cricketer))

  • John Gunn (cricketer)

    John Richmond Gunn (July 19, 1876, Hucknall, Nottinghamshire – August 21, 1963, Basford, Nottinghamshire) was an English cricketer who played in six Tests from 1901 to 1905.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Gunn (cricketer))

  • John Arnold (cricketer)

    John Arnold (30 November 1907, Cowley, Oxford – 4 April 1984, Southampton, Hampshire) was an English cricketer who played in one Test in 1931.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Arnold (cricketer))

  • John D'Arcy

    John William D'Arcy (born 23 April 1936 in Christchurch) played five Tests for New Zealand on their tour of England in 1958.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John D'Arcy)

  • John Dewes

    John Gordon Dewes (born October 11, 1926, at Latchford, Cheshire) is a former English cricketer who played for Cambridge University and Middlesex and was chosen for five Tests between 1948 and 1951.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Dewes)

  • John Warr

    John James Warr (born July 16, 1927) is a former English cricketer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Warr)

  • John Mortimore (cricketer)

    John Brian Mortimore (born May 14, 1933, Southmead, Bristol) is a former English cricketer who played in 9 Tests from 1959 to 1964.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Mortimore (cricketer))

  • John Hammer

    John William Hammer (born 27 September 1935) is the founder of several sporting competitions for older players.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hammer)

  • John Price (England cricketer)

    John Sidney Ernest Price (born 22 July 1937, Harrow, London) is a former English cricketer who played in 15 Tests from 1964 to 1972.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Price (England cricketer))

  • John Jameson (cricketer)

    John Alexander Jameson MBE (born June 30, 1941, near Bombay (now Mumbai), India) is a former English cricketer who played in 4 Tests and 3 ODIs from 1971 to 1975. Jameson represented Warwickshire from 1960 until 1976.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Jameson (cricketer))

  • John Lever

    John Kenneth Lever MBE (born February 24, 1949, Stepney, London) is an English former cricketer who played in 21 Tests and 22 ODIs from 1976 to 1986.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Lever)

  • John Childs (cricketer)

    John Henry Childs (born August 15, 1951, Lipson, Plymouth, Devon) is a former English cricketer who played in 2 Tests in 1988. He was a left-arm spin bowler and played his domestic cricket for Gloucestershire and Essex.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Childs (cricketer))

  • John Morris (cricketer)

    John Edward Morris (born 1 April 1964 in Crewe, Cheshire) is a former English cricketer who played in 3 Tests and 8 ODIs from 1990 to 1991. A stocky, right-handed middle-order batsman, Morris played most of his first-class cricket for Derbyshire.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Morris (cricketer))

  • John Goddard (cricketer)

    John Douglas Claude Goddard (April 21, 1919-August 26, 1987) was a cricketer and one-time captain of the West Indies Test side.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Goddard (cricketer))

  • John Nicolson (cricketer)

    John Fairless William Nicolson (born 19 July 1899 in Durban, Natal, died 18 December 1935 in Kilkeel, Northern Ireland) was a South African cricketer who played in three Tests in 1928.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Nicolson (cricketer))

  • John Manners-Sutton, 3rd Viscount Canterbury

    John Manners-Sutton, 3rd Viscount Canterbury is a Cricket Player... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Manners-Sutton, 3rd Viscount Canterbury)

  • John Cochran (cricketer)

    John Alexander Kennedy Cochran (15 July 1909 in Johannesburg, Transvaal – 15 June 1987 in Johannesburg, Transvaal) was a South African cricketer who played in one Test in 1931.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Cochran (cricketer))

  • John Watkins (South African cricketer)

    John Cecil Watkins (born 10 April 1923 in Durban, Natal) is a former South African cricketer who played in fifteen Tests from 1949 to 1957.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Watkins (South African cricketer))

  • John Waite (cricketer)

    John Henry Bickford Waite (born 19 January 1930 in Johannesburg, Transvaal) is a former South African cricketer who played in fifty Tests from 1951 to 1965.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Waite (cricketer))

  • John Commins

    John Brian Commins (born 19 February 1965 in East London, Cape Province) is a former South African cricketer who played in three Tests from 1994 to 1995.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Commins)

  • John Cameron (cricketer)

    John Hemsley Cameron (April 8, 1914, Kingston, Jamaica – February 13, 2000, Chichester, Sussex, England) was a cricketer who played in two Tests for the West Indian cricket team in 1939. But though Jamaican by birth, Cameron played only once for Jamaica, the bulk of his first-class cricket career being spent in England.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Cameron (cricketer))

  • John Trim

    John Trim (January 25, 1915, Skeldon, Corentyne, Berbice, British Guiana – November 12, 1960, New Amsterdam, East Bank Berbice, British Guiana) was a West Indian cricketer who played in four Tests from 1948 to 1952.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Trim)

  • John Holt (cricketer)

    John Kenneth Constantine Holt (August 12, 1923, Kingston, Jamaica – June 3, 1997, Kingston, Jamaica) was a West Indian cricketer who played in seventeen Tests between 1954 and 1959.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Holt (cricketer))

  • John Thomas Archer Woods

    John Thomas Archer Woods was an Essex County cricketer, as well as a footballer who played right wing for Old Castle Swifts before joining Thames Ironworks, the team that became West Ham United, in their very first season of 1895-96. Woods is featured in Thames Ironworks' very first team photograph in 1895.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Thomas Archer Woods)

  • John Shepherd (cricketer)

    John Neil Shepherd (born November 9, 1943, Belleplaine, St Andrew, Barbados) is a former West Indian cricketer who played in five Tests from 1969 to 1971. He was a Wisden Cricketer of the Year in 1979.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Shepherd (cricketer))

  • John Sadler (cricketer)

    John Leonard Sadler (born 19 November 1981 in Dewsbury, Yorkshire) is an English cricketer, representing Derbyshire. He has previously played for several major teams in the English league including Leicestershire, Yorkshire Cricket Board, Yorkshire.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Sadler (cricketer))

  • John Maunders

    John Maunders (born 4 April 1981, Ashford, Middlesex, England) is an English cricketer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Maunders)

  • John Mills (cricketer)

    John Ernest 'Jackie' Mills (September 3, 1905, Dunedin, Otago, - December 11, 1972, Hamilton, Waikato) was a New Zealand cricketer who played in seven Tests from 1930 to 1933.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Mills (cricketer))

  • John Beck (cricketer)

    John Edward Francis Beck (August 1, 1934, Wellington – April 24, 2000, Wellington) was a New Zealand cricketer who played in eight Tests from 1953 to 1956.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Beck (cricketer))

  • Thomas John Hearne

    Thomas John Hearne (1887-1947) was an English cricketer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Thomas John Hearne)

  • John Carr (cricketer)

    John Donald Carr (15 June 1963) is an English cricket executive.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Carr (cricketer))

  • John Sparling

    John Trevor Sparling (born July 24, 1938, Mount Eden, Auckland) is a former New Zealand cricketer who played in 11 Tests from 1958 to 1964.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Sparling)

  • John Ward (cricketer)

    John Thomas Ward (born March 11, 1937) is a former New Zealand cricketer who played in 8 Tests from 1964 to 1968. He was born in Timaru, Canterbury.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Ward (cricketer))

  • Vinothen John

    Vinothen Bede John (born May 27, 1960, Colombo) is a former Sri Lankan cricketer who played in 6 Tests and 45 ODIs from 1982 to 1987.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Vinothen John)

  • John Rennie (cricketer)

    John Alexander Rennie (born July 29, 1970, Masvingo) is a former Zimbabwean cricketer who played in 4 Tests and 44 ODIs from 1993 to 2000.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Rennie (cricketer))

  • John Walker (Middlesex cricketer)

    John Walker (15 September 1826 - 14 August 1885) was an English cricketer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Walker (Middlesex cricketer))

  • John Tunnicliffe

    John Tunnicliffe, born at Low Town, Pudsey, Yorkshire on 26 August 1866 and died at Westbury Park, Bristol on 11 July 1948, was a cricketer who played for Yorkshire.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Tunnicliffe)

  • John Scott (cricketer)

    John Drake (Jack) Scott (31 January 1888 – 7 April 1964) was an Australian cricketer and Test match umpire. Scott played as a right-arm fast bowler and was also a useful lower-order right-handed batsman.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Scott (cricketer))

  • John Vaughan (cricketer)

    John Cecil Beaumont Vaughan (born June 8, 1945 in Barbados) is a Canadian cricketer. He played three One Day Internationals for Canada.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Vaughan (cricketer))

  • John Human

    John Hanbury Human (Gosforth, Northumberland 13 January 1912 - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 22 July 1991) was an English cricketer.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Human)

  • John Stanton Fleming Morrison

    John Stanton Fleming Morrison (17 April 1892 - 28 January 1961) was a British golf course architect born in Deal, Kent, UK. He worked predominantly with Charles Alison, Harry Colt, and Alister MacKenzie, in 1928 forming Colt, Alison & Morrison Ltd.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Stanton Fleming Morrison)

  • John Nagenda

    John Nagenda (born 25 April 1938, Gahim, Ruanda-Urundi (Rwanda and Burundi) was an East African cricketer. He played one One Day International in the 1975 World Cup.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Nagenda)

  • John Isaac

    John Edmund Valentine Isaac (14 February 1880 – 9 May 1915), DSO, was an English cricketer: a right-handed batsmen who played ten first-class matches in South Africa and England between 1906 and 1908. He was born at Powick Court, Worcestershire.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Isaac)

  • John Egerton, 4th Earl of Ellesmere

    Lieutenant-Colonel John Francis Granville Scrope Egerton, 4th Earl of Ellesmere MVO KJStJ (14 November 1872–24 August 1944) was a British peer and soldier, known as Viscount Brackley before 1914.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Egerton, 4th Earl of Ellesmere)

  • John Pelham Mann

    John Pelham Mann (1919-2002) was an English business executive, cricketer and decorated British Army officer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Pelham Mann)

  • John Nyren

    John Nyren (born 15 December 1764 at Hambledon, Hampshire; died 30 June, 1837 at Bromley-by-Bow, London) was an English cricketer and author.CricketArchive – includes confirmation of Nyren's birth and death details... ( from the wikipedia article on John Nyren)

  • John Nash (cricket administrator)

    John Henry Nash (1906 - Pudsey, near Leeds, 7 April 1977) was an English cricket administrator.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Nash (cricket administrator))

  • John Howarth

    John Stirling Howarth (born 26 March 1945) is a former English county cricketer who played for Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club. A right-arm fast-medium bowler of some success, he is believed to hold the unfortunate record of most first class matches played without scoring a run.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Howarth)

  • John Francis (cricketer)

    John Francis (born 13 November 1980 in Bromley, Kent) is an English cricketer who currently plays for Somerset. He is a left-handed batsman and an occasional slow left-arm bowler.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Francis (cricketer))

  • John Minshull

    John Minshull aka Minchin (born c.1741; died 23 October 1793 at Kingston upon Thames, Surrey) was a famous English cricketer during the 1770s.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Minshull)

  • John Woodcock (cricket writer)

    John Charles Woodcock OBE (born 7 August 1926) is an English cricket writer and journalist.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Woodcock (cricket writer))

  • John Mooney (cricketer)

    John Francis Mooney (born 10 February 1982) is an Irish cricketer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Mooney (cricketer))

  • John Bowra

    John Bowra (baptised 3 June 1716 at Sevenoaks, Kent; buried 22 December 1785 at Sevenoaks) was an English professional cricketer of the mid-Georgian period who made 5 known appearances in first-class cricket.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Bowra)

  • John Bryant (Kent cricketer)

    John Bryant (born c.1717, probably at Bromley, Kent; died 23 July 1772, probably at Bromley) was an English professional cricketer who played first-class cricket during the 1740s and 1750s.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Bryant (Kent cricketer))

  • John Frame (cricketer)

    John Frame (1733 at Warlingham, Surrey – 11 October 1796, probably at Dartford, Kent) was an English cricketer and arguably the first great fast bowler in the game's history. His first-class career spanned the 1749 to 1774 English cricket seasons.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Frame (cricketer))

  • John Bell (Kent cricketer)

    John Bell (born in 1718 at Dartford in Kent; died at Dartford in January 1774) was a noted English cricketer of the mid-Georgian period at a time when the single wicket version of the game was popular.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Bell (Kent cricketer))

  • John Larkin (cricketer)

    John Larkin (born in 1726, probably at Hadlow in Kent; died in 1782) was a noted English cricketer of the mid-Georgian period at a time when the single wicket version of the game was popular Hadlow CC History.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Larkin (cricketer))

  • John Coventry (cricketer)

    The Honourable John Bonynge Coventry (9 January 1903 – 4 July 1969) was an English cricketer who played 75 times in first-class cricket for Worcestershire between 1919 and 1935, captaining the county for the latter part of the 1929 and the whole of the 1930 seasons, although he played in only July and August of the latter year.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Coventry (cricketer))

  • John Days

    John Edward Days (10 July 1872 - 19 August 1947) was an English cricketer, who played two first-class games for Worcestershire. He took only two wickets, both on debut against Warwickshire in 1900, but both victims were notable players: future Warwickshire captain Tom Fishwick and Test cricketer Willie Quaife.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Days)

  • John Boorman (cricketer)

    John Boorman (born c.1754, probably at Cranbrook, Kent; died aged 53 on 1 August 1807 at Ashurst, Sussex) was a famous English cricketer whose career spanned the 1772 season and the 1793 season.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Boorman (cricketer))

  • John Walford

    John Erskine Scott Walford (14 August 1899–22 August 1961) was an English cricketer.Cricinfo profile A right-handed batsman and right-arm fast-medium bowler, he played 11 first-class matches between 1923 and 1932,CricketArchive profile six for Worcestershire and five for the British Army cricket team.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Walford)

  • John Stanning, Jr.

    John Stanning (24 June 1919 in Nairobi – 29 May 2007) was a Kenyan-born English former cricketer who played 16 first-class matches in 1939 and 1946: nine for Worcestershire and seven for Oxford University.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Stanning, Jr.)

  • John Santall

    John Frank Eden Santall, sometimes known as Jack Santall (3 December 1907 - 24 May 1986) was an English cricketer who played eight first-class matches for Worcestershire, all in the space of just over a month in 1930.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Santall)

  • John Anton

    John Hamish Hugh Anton (born 19 September 1926 in Kidderminster) is an English former cricketer who played 14 first-class games: ten for Cambridge University and four for Worcestershire.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Anton)

  • John Glen-Spyron

    John Glen-Spyron (born March 28, 1984) was a Namibian cricketer. He represented the Namibia Under-19s cricket team at the 2002 Under-19 Cricket World Cup.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Glen-Spyron)

  • John Chadd

    John Etheridge Chadd (born 27 October 1933 in Whitestone, Hereford) is an English former cricketer who played two first-class matches for Worcestershire, one in 1955 and the other the following year.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Chadd)

  • John Wood (cricketer)

    For the former Durham cricketer, please see John Wood (cricketer, born 1970)... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Wood (cricketer))

  • John Thomas de Burgh

    The Hon. John Thomas de Burgh (1744–1808) was an influential figure in 18th century English cricket.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Thomas de Burgh)

  • John Sutor

    John Allan Sutor (1 July 1909 - 2 December 1966) was an English cricketer who played a single first-class match, for Worcestershire against Hampshire in the last round of matches in the 1928 County Championship. He did not distinguish himself, being dismissed for 2 and 1, and he never played again.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Sutor)

  • John Elder

    John Watson George Elder (born 16 August 1949 in Bangor, County Down, Northern IrelandCricket Archive profile) is a former Irish cricketer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Elder)

  • John Owen (cricketer)

    John Edward Houghton Owen (born 7 August 1971) is a former English cricketer represented Derbyshire between 1994 and 1999.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Owen (cricketer))

  • John Lister (cricketer)

    John Lister (born April 1, 1959) was an English cricketer. Born in Darlington, he was a right-handed batsman who played for Derbyshire and Durham between 1978 and 1988.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Lister (cricketer))

  • John Walters (cricketer)

    John Walters (born August 7, 1949) was an English cricketer. He was a left-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-fast bowler who played for Derbyshire between 1977 and 1980.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Walters (cricketer))

  • John Eyre (cricketer, born 1944)

    John Richard Eyre (born 13 June 1944) is a former English cricketer who played first-class cricket for Derbyshire from 1963 to 1967.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Eyre (cricketer, born 1944))

  • John Harvey (cricketer)

    John Frank Harvey (27 September 1939 — 20 August 2003) was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket for MCC from 1961 to 1967 and for Derbyshire from 1963 to 1972.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Harvey (cricketer))

  • John Toppin

    John Fallowfield Townsend Toppin (25 February 1900 - 22 November 1965) was an English cricketer who played a single first-class match, for Worcestershire against Lancashire at Old Trafford in 1920. He scored 2 and 6, and bowled two overs without reward.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Toppin)

  • John Eggar

    John Drennan Eggar (1 December 1916 — 3 May 1983) was an English schoolmaster and cricketer who played first-class cricket for Oxford University and Hampshire in 1938 and for Derbyshire from 1946 to 1954.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Eggar)

  • John Collinson

    John Collinson (2 October 1911 – 29 August 1979) was an English cricketer who played three first-class matches either side of the Second World War.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Collinson)

  • John Wells (cricketer)

    John Wells (5 January 1760, Wrecclesham, Surrey – 15 February 1835, Wrecclesham) was a famous English cricketer who played for Surrey.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Wells (cricketer))

  • John Lillywhite

    John Lillywhite is a Cricket Player... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Lillywhite)

  • John Freemantle

    John Freemantle (1758, probably at Bishop Sutton, Hampshire – 3 August 1831 at Alresford, Hampshire) was an English cricketer who played for the legendary Hambledon Club.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Freemantle)

  • John Willes (cricketer)

    John Willes (1778 in Headcorn, Kent – 5 August, 1852 in Staunton, Gloucester) was an English cricketer who, though he made only five known first-class appearances, had a significant impact on the game's history and development. Willes played for Kent county cricket teams and was a fast underarm or, when he could get away with it, roundarm bowler.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Willes (cricketer))

  • John Dornan

    John Pickens Dornan (11 August 1880 – 23 December 1959) was an American cricketer. He played one first-class match for a combined Canada/USA team, against Australia in Manheim, Pennsylvania in 1913, scoring 21 runs in the match.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Dornan)

  • John Lucas (cricketer)

    John Herman Lucas (born 12 June 1922 in Barbados) is a former West Indian and Canadian cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and a right-arm off-break bowler.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Lucas (cricketer))

  • John Price (Worcestershire cricketer)

    John Price (6 July 1908 - ?? March 1995) was an English cricketer who played 11 first-class matches for Worcestershire in the late 1920s.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Price (Worcestershire cricketer))

  • John Tomlinson (cricketer)

    John Derek Williams Tomlinson (born 26 March 1926) is a former English cricketer who represented Derbyshire during the 1946 season.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Tomlinson (cricketer))

  • John Hulme (cricketer born 1862)

    John Joseph Hulme (30 June 1862 — 11 July 1940) was an English cricketer who played for Derbyshire between 1887 and 1903.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hulme (cricketer born 1862))

  • John Young (cricketer, born 1876)

    Another Derbyshire cricketer, born in 1863, was named John Young.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Young (cricketer, born 1876))

  • John Young (cricketer, born 1863)

    Another Derbyshire cricketer, born in 1876, was named John Young... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Young (cricketer, born 1863))

  • John Hall (cricketer)

    John Peter Hall (20 August 1874 – 9 November 1925) was an English cricketer who played for Derbyshire between 1895 and 1897.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hall (cricketer))

  • John Berwick

    John Albert Berwick (30 July 1867 – 31 July 1946) was an English cricketer who played for Derbyshire between 1895 and 1901.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Berwick)

  • John Purdy (cricketer)

    John Henry Purdy (23 September 1871 — 19 May 1938) was an English cricketer who played for Derbyshire between 1896 and 1906.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Purdy (cricketer))

  • John Fisher (cricketer)

    John Fisher (4 August 1897 — 22 June 1954) was an English cricketer who played for Derbyshire in 1921 and 1922.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Fisher (cricketer))

  • John Ponsonby, 5th Earl of Bessborough

    John George Brabazon Ponsonby, 5th Earl of Bessborough, PC (14 October 1809 – 28 January 1880), styled Viscount Duncannon from 1844 until 1847, was a British cricketer and politician.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Ponsonby, 5th Earl of Bessborough)

  • John Crawfurd (cricketer)

    John William Frederick Arthur Crawfurd (15 November 1878 in London, England – 22 June 1939 in Dublin, IrelandCricket Archive profile) was an Irish cricketer. He was a left-handed batsman and a left-arm fast-medium bowler.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Crawfurd (cricketer))

  • John Tilson (cricketer)

    John Tilson (27 March 1845 — 4 November 1895) was an English cricketer who played for Derbyshire between 1871 and 1876. He was a member of the team that played Derbyshire's first match in May 1871.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Tilson (cricketer))

  • John Allen (Irish cricketer)

    John Wallace Allen (born 17 February 1921 in County Londonderry; died 10 September 1987 in County Londonderry) was an Irish cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman who played in one first-class match for Ireland against the MCC in 1948.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Allen (Irish cricketer))

  • John Crossland

    John "Jack" Crossland (April 2, 1852 – September 26, 1903) was an English professional cricketer who played for Lancashire between 1878 and 1887.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Crossland)

  • John Aston (cricketer)

    John Aston (20 November 1882 in Dublin – 9 January 1951 in Birmingham, England) was an Irish cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium pace bowler.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Aston (cricketer))

  • John Barnes (cricketer)

    John Hamilton Barnes (14 November 1916 in Armagh, Ireland – 22 April 1943 in Nottinghamshire, England) was an Irish cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and a right-arm fast bowler who played twice for Ireland against New Zealand in September 1937.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Barnes (cricketer))

  • John Fox (cricketer)

    John Fox (7 September 1904 - 15 November 1961) was an English cricketer who played 140 first-class matches between the wars, 46 for Warwickshire and 94 for Worcestershire.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Fox (cricketer))

  • John Ashman

    John Robert Ashman (born 20 May 1926 in Rotherham, Yorkshire) is an English former cricketer who played first-class cricket for Yorkshire and Worcestershire in the early 1950s.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Ashman)

  • John Lester

    John Ashby Lester (August 1, 1871 – September 3, 1969) was an American cricketer, active in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Lester was one of the Philadelphian cricketers who played from the end of the 19th century until the outbreak of World War I.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Lester)

  • John Brunskill

    John Hanfield Brunskill DSO (17 April 1875 in Dublin – 21 July 1940 in Lincoln, England) was an Irish cricketer. A left-handed batsman and right-arm medium pace bowler, he played one match for Ireland, against the MCC in May 1895.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Brunskill)

  • John Lyttelton, 9th Viscount Cobham

    John Cavendish Lyttelton, 9th Viscount Cobham KCB (23 October 1881 – 31 July 1949), was a British peer, soldier and Conservative politician.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Lyttelton, 9th Viscount Cobham)

  • John Byrne (cricketer)

    John Edward Byrne (born 17 January 1972 in DublinCricket Archive profile) is a former Irish cricketer. A right-handed batsmanCricket Archive profile, he played three times for Ireland in 1997CricketEurope Stats Zone profile, including one first-class match against Scotland.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Byrne (cricketer))

  • John Smith (Derbyshire cricketer)

    John Smith (27 October 1841 — 26 November 1898) was an English cricketer who played for Derbyshire from 1871 to 1878. He was a member of the team that played Derbyshire's first match in May 1871.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Smith (Derbyshire cricketer))

  • John Wood (cricketer, born 1970)

    John Wood (cricketer) also refers to two first-class cricketers of the eighteenth century.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Wood (cricketer, born 1970))

  • John Scholes

    Walter John Scholes (5 January 1950 - 14 July 2003) in East Brunswick, Victoria) was an Australian first-class cricketer and coach. He also played 30 games of Australian rules football for North Melbourne Football Club between 1967 and 1971 scoring 35 goals as a rover before a knee injury cut short his football career.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Scholes)

  • John Vear

    Dennis John Vear (born 5 April 1938) is a former New Zealand cricketer who played three first-class matches for the Otago Volts in the early 1960s and he also played for Southland in the Hawke Cup competition. He was born in Auckland.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Vear)

  • John Saint

    John Saint is a Cricket Player... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Saint)

  • John Woodford

    John Douglas Woodford was a cricketer who played for Yorkshire County Cricket Club from 1968 to 1973 and appeared subsequently for Northumberland.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Woodford)

  • John Tasker (cricketer)

    John Tasker was a first class cricketer who played in 33 first class matches between 1912 and 1919. A right-handed batsman he scored 644 runs at 14.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Tasker (cricketer))

  • John Beaumont (cricketer)

    John Beaumont was a first-class cricketer who played for Surrey County Cricket Club and Yorkshire County Cricket Club between 1877 and 1890.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Beaumont (cricketer))

  • John Dearden (cricketer)

    John "Jack" Dearden, also known as John DeardonCricketEurope Stats Zone profile (26 December 1891 in St Helens, Lancashire, England – 4 May 1972 in Belfast, Northern IrelandCricket Archive profile) was an Irish cricketer. A right-handed batsman and wicket-keeper, he made his debut for the Ireland cricket team against Scotland in July 1922 and went on to play for Ireland on four occasions, his last match coming against Wales in June 1926.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Dearden (cricketer))

  • John Byrom (cricketer)

    John Lewis Byrom was a first class cricketer who played two matches for Yorkshire County Cricket Club in 1874, home and away against Gloucestershire, and for the Gentlemen of the North against the Players of the North at Fartown, Huddersfield in September 1877. His right arm fast medium bowling was not called upon in the first class game.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Byrom (cricketer))

  • John Steele (cricketer, born 1946)

    John Frederick Steele (born July 23, 1946 in Staffordshire) is a former English first class cricketer for Leicestershire. An allrounder, he made 15054 runs and took 584 wickets in his career which started in 1970 and ended in 1986.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Steele (cricketer, born 1946))

  • John Flood

    John Wellesley Flood (22 April 1884 in Australia – 1934 in Kokopo, New Britain, Papua New GuineaCricket Archive profile) was an Australian-born Irish cricketer. A right-handed batsman and right-arm fast-medium bowler, he played just once for the Ireland cricket team, a first-class match against Scotland in July 1909.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Flood)

  • John Thayer (cricketer)

    John Borland Thayer, Jr. (April 21, 1862 April 15, 1912) was a first-class cricketer and later a Pennsylvania Railroad vice president, who died shortly before his 50th birthday in the sinking of the RMS Titanic on April 15, 1912.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Thayer (cricketer))

  • John Elms

    John Emmanuel Elms was a first class cricketer who played one match for Yorkshire County Cricket Club in 1905.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Elms)

  • John Hall (Yorkshire cricketer)

    John Hall was a first class cricketer who played 4 matches for Yorkshire County Cricket Club. He appeared 3 times for the then pre-county club against Manchester in 1844 and 1845 and then reappeared for one county championship game against Nottinghamshire CCC at Trent Bridge in 1863.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hall (Yorkshire cricketer))

  • John Hicks (cricketer)

    John Hicks was a first class cricketer who played 15 games for Yorkshire County Cricket Club between 1872 and 1876. He also played first class games for North of England (1872-1875), United North of England Eleven (1872-1874) and Players of the North (1876).... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hicks (cricketer))

  • John Tudor Gwynn

    John Tudor Gwynn (13 November 1881 in Ramelton, County Donegal, Ireland – 17 May 1956 in Bangor, County Down, Northern IrelandCricket Archive profile) was an Irish cricketer. He did not represent the Ireland cricket team internationally, and played his cricket in India, representing the "Europeans" in two first-class matches against the "Indians" in 1919 and 1920.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Tudor Gwynn)

  • John Naylor (cricketer)

    John Edward Naylor was a first class cricketer who played one match for Yorkshire County Cricket Club in 1953, a year when he also appeared for the Second XI.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Naylor (cricketer))

  • John MacLean (English cricketer)

    John Francis MacLean (1 March 1901 - 9 March 1986) was an English cricketer: a wicketkeeper-batsman who played county cricket for Gloucestershire and Worcestershire between the wars. He was selected for the Gentlemen against the Players in 1923, and also appeared at first-class level for MCC, HK Foster's XI and Free Foresters.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John MacLean (English cricketer))

  • John Padgett

    John Padgett was a first class cricketer who played 6 matches for Yorkshire County Cricket Club between 1882 and 1889 and one match for Lord Hawke's XI in 1889.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Padgett)

  • John Davis (Worcestershire cricketer)

    John Percy Davis (26 January 1884 - 16 February 1951) was an English cricketer who played four first-class matches for Worcestershire in 1922. His only significant performance was the 38 not out he made against Warwickshire in the second innings of his debut match.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Davis (Worcestershire cricketer))

  • John David Gwynn

    John David Gwynn (13 July 1907 – 21 November 1998), Cricket Archive profile) was an Irish cricketer.... ( from the wikipedia article on John David Gwynn)

  • John Burnham

    John William Burnham (6 June 1839 – 20 April 1914) was an English cricketer who played for Derbyshire between 1871 and 1876. He was a member of the team that played Derbyshire's first match in May 1871.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Burnham)

  • John Richardson (cricketer)

    John Allan Richardson was a first class cricketer who played 7 matches for Yorkshire County Cricket Club between 1936 and 1947 and once for the Gentlemen against the Players in 1934. He also played for Yorkshire Second XI from 1930 to 1937.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Richardson (cricketer))

  • John Nichols (Worcestershire cricketer)

    John Ernest Nichols (20 April 1878 - 29 February 1952) was an English cricketer who played five first-class games for Worcestershire between 1902 and 1904, as well as making one first-class appearance for Minor Counties in 1912. He had little success in any of these matches.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Nichols (Worcestershire cricketer))

  • John Taylor (Yorkshire cricketer)

    John Taylor was a first-class cricketer who played nine first class matches for Yorkshire County Cricket Club in 1880 and 1881. He had made his first class debut for the North of England against the South in 1875.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Taylor (Yorkshire cricketer))

  • John Whitehead (cricketer)

    John Parkin Whitehead was a first class cricketer who played 37 first class games for Yorkshire County Cricket Club from 1946 to 1951, 33 for Worcestershire CCC in 1953 and 1955 and 4 for the Combined Services in 1947. He also played for Yorkshire Second XI (1946-1951), Lancashire (1945), Army (1947), Yorkshire Present (1951) and Worcestershire Second XI (1955).... ( from the wikipedia article on John Whitehead (cricketer))

  • John Nimmo

    John Robert Nimmo (born 12 June 1910 in Dunedin and died 2 November 1994) in Dunedin. He was a New Zealand cricketer who played two first-class matches for the Otago Volts in the 1930's.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Nimmo)

  • John Keene (cricketer)

    John William Keene (25 April 1873 - 3 January 1931) was an English cricketer, who played first-class cricket for Surrey, Worcestershire and Scotland around the turn of the 20th century. Almost exclusively a bowler, his highest score in 36 innings was a mere 12.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Keene (cricketer))

  • John Cuffe

    John Cuffe is a Cricket Player... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Cuffe)

  • John Jackson (Worcestershire cricketer)

    John Frederick Cecil Jackson (8 May 1880 - 22 November 1968) was an English cricketer who played a single first-class match, for Worcestershire against Oxford University. He scored 0 and 6.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Jackson (Worcestershire cricketer))

  • John Winnington

    John Francis Sartorius Winnington DSO (17 September 1876 - 22 September 1918) was an English cricketer who played a single first-class game, for Worcestershire against Oxford University at The University Parks in 1908. He scored 0 and 20 in Worcestershire's crushing 332-run victory.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Winnington)

  • George John

    George John (born c. 1883 at St.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George John)

  • John Arneil

    John Arneil was born 1862 in India and died 11 August 1938 in Auckland. He was a New Zealand cricketer who played nine first-class matches for the Auckland Aces.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Arneil)

  • John Hill (Irish cricketer)

    John William Hill (10 February 1912 in County Londonderry, Ireland – 17 January 1984 in Worthing, Sussex, EnglandCricket Archive profile) was an Irish cricketer. A right-handed batsman and off spin bowler, he played fourteen times for the Ireland cricket team between 1946 and 1951CricketEurope Stats Zone profile, including seven first-class matches.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hill (Irish cricketer))

  • John Greenstock

    John Wilfrid Greenstock (15 May 1905–6 February 1992) was an English cricketer who played 46 first-class matches in the 1920s, the bulk of these for Oxford University and Worcestershire.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Greenstock)

  • John Montagu, 7th Earl of Sandwich

    John Montagu, 7th Earl of Sandwich is a Cricket Player... ( from the wikipedia article on John Montagu, 7th Earl of Sandwich)

  • John Chapman (cricketer)

    John Chapman (cricketer) is a Cricket Player... ( from the wikipedia article on John Chapman (cricketer))

  • John Parker (West Indian cricketer)

    John Parker (West Indian cricketer) is a Cricket Player... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Parker (West Indian cricketer))

  • John Joseph Cameron

    John Joseph Cameron (28 May 1882 in Kingston, Jamaica – 12 December 1954 in Kingston, Jamaica) was a West Indian cricketer who toured with the second West Indian touring side to England in 1906. A Doctor, he was a right-handed batsman and a slow right arm bowler.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Joseph Cameron)

  • John Davy (cricketer)

    John Oliver Davy (born 1 July 1974 in Dublin, Republic of IrelandCricket Archive profile) is an Irish cricketer. A right-handed batsman and left-arm fast-medium bowler, he made his debut for the Ireland cricket team in a match against Scotland in July 1997 and went on to play for them 26 times, his last match coming against Zimbabwe A in April 2000.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Davy (cricketer))

  • John Tufton

    John Tufton (23 November 1773 – 27 May 1799) was a noted English cricketer of the 1790s. He was an all-rounder who is believed to have been right-handed as both a batsman and a bowler.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Tufton)

  • John Pilcher

    John Pilcher (1766 – 16 March 1838 at Canterbury, Kent) was an English cricketer who played for Kent.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Pilcher)

  • John Wolstenholme

    John Wolstenholme (born May 7, 1982) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-fast bowler who played for Northamptonshire.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Wolstenholme)

  • John Hammond (cricketer)

    John Hammond (15 January 1769 at Pulborough, Sussex – 15 October 1844 at Storrington, Sussex) was an English cricketer of the late 18th and early 19th century. He was one of the greatest early Sussex players.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hammond (cricketer))

  • John Wilcox

    For the former Texan politician, please see John Allen Wilcox.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Wilcox)

  • John Platts

    John Thomas Brown Dumelow Platts (23 November 1848 — 6 August 1898) was an English cricketer who played for Derbyshire between 1871 and 1884. He was a member of the team that played Derbyshire's first match in May 1871.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Platts)

  • John Waddington (cricketer)

    John Waddington (cricketer) is a Cricket Player... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Waddington (cricketer))

  • John Spencer (cricketer)

    John Spencer (born October 6, 1949 in Brighton) is a former English first class cricketer. He played for Sussex and was named their Cricket Society's Player of the Year in 1975.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Spencer (cricketer))

  • John Dye (cricketer)

    John Cooper James Dye (born July 24, 1942 in Gillingham, Kent) is a former English first class cricketer. He made his debut in 1962, with Kent and played with them until 1971.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Dye (cricketer))

  • John Tye

    John Tye (10 July 1848 — 19 November 1905) was an English cricketer who played for Derbyshire in 1874 and 1875 and for Nottinghamshire from 1876 to 1881.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Tye)

  • John Frost (cricketer)

    John Henry Frost (30 January 1847 — 1 November 1916) was an English cricketer who played for Derbyshire in 1874.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Frost (cricketer))

  • John Cooke (cricketer)

    John Cooke (7 March 1851 – 22 November 1908) was an English cricketer who played for Derbyshire in 1874.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Cooke (cricketer))

  • John Cartledge

    John Cartledge (May 16, 1855 – July 8, 1907), born John Cartledge Foster, was an English cricketer who played for Derbyshire in the 1878 season. He was born in Burton Joyce and died in Stoke Bardolph.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Cartledge)

  • John Eadie (cricketer)

    John Thom Clarke Eadie (25 September 1861 — 19 August 1923) was an English cricketer who played for Derbyshire.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Eadie (cricketer))

  • John Richardson (cricketer, born 1856)

    John Richardson (17 March 1856 — 19 February 1940) was an English cricketer who played for Derbyshire between 1878 and 1883.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Richardson (cricketer, born 1856))

  • John Clayton (cricketer)

    John Morton Clayton (17 November 1857 — 1 April 1938) was an English cricketer who played for Derbyshire in 1881 and 1883.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Clayton (cricketer))

  • John Bourne (cricketer)

    John James Bourne (2 November 1872 – 23 December 1952) was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket for Derbyshire in 1898.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Bourne (cricketer))

  • John Aiken (cricketer)

    John Maxwell Aiken (born July 3, 1970) is a former New Zealand cricketer who played for the Auckland Aces and Wellington Firebirds. Born in Sydney, Australia, he was predominantly a left-handed batsman who played 46 first class matches and 39 one-day matches in a career spanning 12 years from 1989 to 2001.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Aiken (cricketer))

  • John O'Connor (English cricketer)

    John O'Connor (23 February 1867 — 13 July 1936) was an English cricketer who played for Derbyshire during the 1900 season.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John O'Connor (English cricketer))

  • John Taylor (cricketer, born 1923)

    John Denis Taylor (November 18, 1923) is a former English cricketer. Blake was a right-handed batsman.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Taylor (cricketer, born 1923))

  • John Taylor (cricketer, born 1849)

    John Taylor (July 2, 1849 — March 2, 1921) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and a right-arm round-arm medium-pace bowler who played for Nottinghamshire during the 1876 season.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Taylor (cricketer, born 1849))

  • John Jackson (Somerset cricketer)

    John Alfred Stewart Jackson (27 December 1898 in Valparaíso, Chile – 13 March 1958 in Santiago, Chile) was a Chilean cricketer. A right-handed batsman and right-arm leg spin bowler,Cricket Archive profile he played seven times for the Chile national cricket team against Argentina between 1922 and 1938.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Jackson (Somerset cricketer))

  • John Taylor (cricketer, born 1937)

    John Taylor (born 9 June 1937) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and wicket-keeper who played for Essex and Marylebone Cricket Club.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Taylor (cricketer, born 1937))

  • John Stenton

    John Derek Stenton, born at Sheffield on October 26, 1924, was a cricketer who played in one first-class match for Somerset in 1953.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Stenton)

  • John Abrahams

    John Abrahams is a First class and List A cricketer. He was born on 21 July 1952 in Salt River, Cape Town, Cape Province, South Africa and is a left-handed batsman and right arm off break bowler.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Abrahams)

  • John Bennett (Derbyshire cricketer)

    John William Bennett (22 February 1864 – 10 November 1928) was an English cricketer who played for Derbyshire in 1895 and 1896.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Bennett (Derbyshire cricketer))

  • John Aitchison (cricketer)

    John Edward Aitchison (27 December 1928—2 April 2009) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and a slow left-arm bowler who played for Kent.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Aitchison (cricketer))

  • John Aldridge (cricketer)

    Keith John Aldridge (born 13 March 1935) was an English cricketer. He was a right-arm fast-medium bowler who took more than 250 first-class wickets.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Aldridge (cricketer))

  • John Derrick (cricketer)

    John Derrick (born January 15, 1963 in Cwmaman) is a former Welsh cricketer who played for Glamorgan. He also spent some time in New Zealand with Northern Districts.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Derrick (cricketer))

  • John Hopkins (cricketer)

    John Anthony Hopkins (born June 16, 1953 in Maesteg) is a former Welsh cricketer who played for Glamorgan.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hopkins (cricketer))

  • John Binns (cricketer)

    John Binns, born at Woodhouse Carr in Leeds on 31 March 1870 and died at Leeds on 8 December 1934, was a cricketer who played one first class match for Yorkshire in 1898.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Binns (cricketer))

  • John Brown (Yorkshire cricketer)

    John Thomas Brown was a first class cricketer. A right arm fast bowler and right handed tail end batsman, he played 30 matches for Yorkshire CCC between 1897 and 1903.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Brown (Yorkshire cricketer))

  • John Daniell (cricketer)

    John Daniell, (born 12 December 1878, in Bath, Somerset; died 24 January 1963, in Holway, Somerset) was an international rugby union player for England and a first-class cricketer for Somerset and Cambridge University Cricket Club.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Daniell (cricketer))

  • John Kerr (Scottish cricketer)

    John Kerr (Scottish cricketer) is a Cricket Player... ( from the wikipedia article on John Kerr (Scottish cricketer))

  • John Bruce-Lockhart

    John Bruce-Lockhart is a Cricket Player... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Bruce-Lockhart)

  • John McDonald (cricketer)

    John Archibald McDonald (29 May 1882 — 4 June 1961) was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket for Derbyshire in 1906.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John McDonald (cricketer))

  • John Eyre (cricketer, born 1885)

    John Arthur Eyre (25 July 1885 — 12 June 1964) was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket for Derbyshire.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Eyre (cricketer, born 1885))

  • John Higgins (cricketer)

    John Bernard Higgins (31 December 1885–3 January 1970) was an English cricketer and umpire. As a player, he made 121 first-class appearances between 1912 and 1930, having earlier played in the Minor Counties Championship for Staffordshire.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Higgins (cricketer))

  • John Scholey (cricketer)

    John Colin Scholey (born 28 September 1930) is a former English cricketer who played ten first-class matches for Worcestershire as a wicket-keeper in the early 1950s.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Scholey (cricketer))

  • Philip John Whitcombe

    Philip John Whitcombe (born 11 November 1928) is a former English cricketer who played 34 first-class matches between 1949 and 1953. 26 of these were for Oxford University, and eight for Worcestershire.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Philip John Whitcombe)

  • John Udal

    John Symonds Udal (10 November 1848 in West Bromwich, Staffordshire, England – 13 March 1925 in London) was an English-born cricketer who later represented the Fiji national cricket team.Cricinfo profile... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Udal)

  • John Crawte

    John Crawte (December 1763 at Frensham, Surrey – 7 October 1836 at Bexley, Kent) was an English cricketer who played mainly for Kent. Crawte was a right-handed batsman.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Crawte)

  • John Mayhew (cricketer)

    John Francis Nicholas Mayhew (6 December 1909 in India – 31 January 1999 in Brandon, Manitoba, Canada) was an English cricketer.Cricinfo profile A right-handed batsman and wicket-keeper, he played first-class cricket for Oxford University between 1929 and 1931.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Mayhew (cricketer))

  • John Healing

    John Alfred Healing (14 June 1873 in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England – 4 July 1933 in Caister-on-Sea, Norfolk) was an English cricketer.Cricinfo profile A left-handed batsman, he played first-class cricket for Gloucestershire County Cricket Club between 1899 and 1906.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Healing)

  • John Chamberlain (cricketer)

    John Aloysius Chamberlain (29 August 1884 in Glanville, South Australia – 1 April 1941 in South Australia) was an Australian cricketer.Cricinfo profile He played one first-class match for Western Australia against New South Wales in March 1907.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Chamberlain (cricketer))

  • John Neve

    John Tanner Neve (2 October 1902 in Cranbrook, Kent, England – 7 July 1976 in Woodcutts, Dorset) was an English cricketer.Cricinfo profile A right-handed batsman and right-arm medium pace bowler, he played one first-class match for the MCC in 1936.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Neve)

  • John Lister Kaye (MCC cricketer)

    John Lister Kaye (1772–1827) was a noted amateur cricketer in the late 18th century. His career spanned the 1787 to 1798 seasons and he played mainly for Marylebone Cricket Club and Surrey.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Lister Kaye (MCC cricketer))

  • John Walker (Surrey cricketer)

    John Walker (1768 – 3 September 1835), was a noted professional cricketer in the late 18th century. His career spanned the 1789 to 1806 seasons and he played mainly for Surrey and various representative sides, including MCC.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Walker (Surrey cricketer))

  • John Hastings (cricketer)

    John Wayne Hastings (born 4 November 1985) is a cricketer for the Victorian Bushrangers. A tall allrounder who combines right-arm fast-medium bowling with strong lower-order batting, John Hastings has made a solid start to his state career over the past two seasons.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hastings (cricketer))

  • John Brockbank

    John Benn Brockbank (22 August 1848 – 4 February 1896) was an English footballer who played for England as a forward in the first international match against Scotland.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Brockbank)

  • John Timms

    John Edward Timms (November 3, 1906 - March 18, 1980) was an English first-class cricketer who played for Northamptonshire. He was a right-handed middle order batsman and a part time right arm medium pace bowler.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Timms)

  • John William Hansen

    Sir John William Hansen, KNZM (born 1945) is a judge of the New Zealand High Court and a member of the International Cricket Council Code of Conduct Commission.John Hansen's briefing to media on procedure to be adopted at Harbhajan Singh appeal hearing... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John William Hansen)

  • John Hawley Edwards

    John Hawley Edwards (21 March 1850 – 14 January 1893) was an England born footballer who made one appearance for England in 1874, before going on to play for Wales in 1876. He was a member of the Wanderers team that won the 1876 FA Cup Final.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hawley Edwards)

  • John Pickersgill Rodger

    Sir John Pickersgill Rodger, KCMG, CMG was born on 12 February 1851 in Marylebone, London and died on 19 September 1910 in Mayfair, Westminster, London.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Pickersgill Rodger)

  • John Marston (cricketer)

    John Marston (October 25, 1893 — July 9, 1938) was an Argentine-born English cricketer who played for Essex. He was born in Rosario and died in Sherwood, Nottingham.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Marston (cricketer))

  • John Dicker

    John Dicker (March 30, 1815 – March 30, 1895) was an English cricketer who played for Kent. He was born in Cudham and died in Westerham.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Dicker)

  • John Swaffer

    John Swaffer (November 10, 1851 — July 26, 1936) was an English cricketer who played for Kent during the 1873 season. He was born in Ruckinge and died in Orsett.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Swaffer)

  • John Jackson (Lancashire cricketer)

    John Jackson (May 21, 1841 — August 29, 1906) was an English cricketer who played for Lancashire. He was born in Lancaster and died in Birmingham.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Jackson (Lancashire cricketer))

  • John Charlwood

    John Charlwood (March 8, 1871 – September 8, 1923) was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket for Sussex. He was born in East Grinstead and died in Westminster.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Charlwood)

  • John Bligh, 4th Earl of Darnley

    John Bligh, 4th Earl of Darnley (30 June 1767 – 17 March 1831) was a British peer and cricketer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Bligh, 4th Earl of Darnley)

  • John Tanner (cricketer)

    John Tanner (1772-23 March 1858) was an English amateur cricketer who made 53 known appearances in major cricket matches between 1796 and 1826. He died in Sutton, Surrey.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Tanner (cricketer))

  • John Bennett (Hampshire cricketer)

    John Bennett (born 1777 in Kingsley, Hampshire; died July 1857 in Kingsley) was an English professional cricketer who made 61 known appearances in major cricket matches between 1797 and 1818. His cousin was James Bennett who played in five matches from 1798 to 1805.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Bennett (Hampshire cricketer))

  • John Kettleband

    John Kettleband (born 22 July 1801 at Radford, Nottingham; died 3 April 1834 at Radford) was an English professional cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1826 to 1832.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Kettleband)

  • John Griffiths (Nottinghamshire cricketer)

    John Griffiths (born January 27, 1863) was an English cricketer who played for Nottinghamshire. He was born in Long Eaton, Derbyshire.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Griffiths (Nottinghamshire cricketer))

  • John Barnsdale

    John Barnsdale (May 24, 1878 – August 5, 1960) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and wicket-keeper who played for Nottinghamshire.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Barnsdale)

  • John Cordner (sportsman)

    John Pruen Cordner (born 20 March 1929 in Diamond Creek, Victoria) is a former Australian sportsman who played first-class cricket for Victoria and Australian rules football in the VFL with Melbourne.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Cordner (sportsman))

  • John Lambert (cricketer)

    Captain (later Colonel) John Lambert (born 28 April 1772 in England; died 14 September 1847 at Thames Ditton, Surrey) was an English amateur cricketer who made 12 known appearances in major cricket matches from 1794 to 1810.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Lambert (cricketer))

  • John Riches

    John Riches (December 30, 1920 — October 5, 1999) was a Welsh cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and a slow left-arm bowler who played first-class cricket for Glamorgan.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Riches)

  • John Hinwood

    John Hinwood (April 8, 1894 — May 14, 1971) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-fast bowler who played for Glamorgan.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hinwood)

  • John Stevens (cricketer)

    John Stevens (born 1769 at South Ockendon, Essex; died 13 January 1863 at Hornchurch, Essex) was an English amateur cricketer who made 17 known appearances in major cricket matches from 1789 to 1799.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Stevens (cricketer))

  • Sir John Shelley, 6th Baronet

    Sir John Shelley, 6th Baronet (born 18 December 1771 in England; died 14 March 1849 in England) was an English amateur cricketer who made 10 known appearances in major cricket matches from 1792 to 1795.CricketArchive record... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Sir John Shelley, 6th Baronet)

  • John Gibbons (cricketer)

    John Gibbons (born 8 January 1774 in England; died 26 March 1844 at Stanwell Place, Middlesex) was an English amateur cricketer who made 18 known appearances in major cricket matches from 1797 to 1801.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Gibbons (cricketer))

  • John Stephens (Australian footballer)

    John Raymond Stephens (born 15 September 1950) is a former Australian rules footballer who played for St Kilda in the VFL during the early 1970s. He also represented Victoria at first-class cricket.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Stephens (Australian footballer))

  • John Thursfield

    John Hunt Thursfield (16 June 1892—26 April 1951) was an English cricketer who played three first-class games for Worcestershire in the 1920s. His only notable performance came on debut, against Warwickshire at Edgbaston in May 1922, when he scored 35 in the first innings and took his only catch to dismiss Freddie Calthorpe.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Thursfield)

  • John William King

    John William King (21 January 1908–25 March 1953) was an English cricketer who played 48 first-class matches for Worcestershire and Leicestershire in the late 1920s. He was the nephew of another John King, who played one Test for England.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John William King)

  • John Wilkinson (Worcestershire cricketer)

    John William Wilkinson (20 April 1892–3 August 1967) was an English cricketer who played a single first-class game, for Worcestershire in 1927. His only achievement in the match, played against Lancashire at Dudley, was to bowl Ernest Tyldesley.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Wilkinson (Worcestershire cricketer))

  • John Wilkinson (Gloucestershire cricketer)

    John Wilkinson (1876–1948) was an English cricketer who played ten first-class matches for Gloucestershire. Eight of these came in the period between 1899 and 1902, but after a long gap he played two more games in 1920.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Wilkinson (Gloucestershire cricketer))

  • John Allen (English cricketer)

    John Allen is an English first class cricketer who played for Oxford University Cricket Club. Both his first class games were for Oxford University, one of which was a varsity match... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Allen (English cricketer))

  • John Ebdon (cricketer)

    John Francis Ebdon (February 16, 1876 — November 1, 1952) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and a right-arm slow bowler who played for Somerset.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Ebdon (cricketer))

  • John Anscombe

    John Anscombe (4 January 1838 – 2 March 1881) was an English first class cricketer who played for Sussex County Cricket Club. His highest score of 2 came when playing for Sussex in the match against Kent County Cricket Club.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Anscombe)

  • John Solanky

    John William Solanky (30 June 1942–7 October 2003) was a Tanzanian cricketer.John Solanky, Cricinfo.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Solanky)

  • John McPhun

    John David McPhun (born September 8, 1940 in Salisbury, Rhodesia) was a first-class cricketer who played for Rhodesia in the Currie Cup.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John McPhun)

  • John Wallace (cricketer)

    John Henry Austin Wallace (born March 30, 1924 in Kentani, South Africa) was a first-class cricketer who played for Rhodesia in the Currie Cup.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Wallace (cricketer))

  • John Sparks (cricketer)

    John Sparks (born 1778 and christened 9 April 1778 at Bramley, Surrey; died 5 March 1854 at Edinburgh) was an English professional cricketer. He bowled slow underarm (unknown hand).... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Sparks (cricketer))

  • John Pointer

    John Pointer (born 1782 in England; died 1815 in England) was an English professional cricketer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Pointer)

  • John Sherman (cricketer)

    John Sherman (born 17 October 1788 at Crayford, Kent; died 31 August 1861 at Manchester) was an English professional cricketer. His first-class career spanned a record-equalling 44 seasons from 1809 to 1852; he shares this record with W G Grace.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Sherman (cricketer))

  • John Bowyer (cricketer)

    John Bowyer (born 18 June 1790 at Mitcham, Surrey; died 3 February 1880 at Mitcham) was an English professional cricketer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bowyer (cricketer))

  • John Bentley (cricketer)

    John Bentley (born 1 March 1787 at Middleton, Dorset; died 26 March 1859 at Westminster) was an English professional cricketer. He was the brother of Henry Bentley.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bentley (cricketer))

  • John Brand (cricketer)

    John Brand (born 1790 in Armenia; died 20 April 1856 at Ticehurst, Sussex) was an English amateur cricketer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Brand (cricketer))

  • John T. Jones

    John T Jones (born 25 March 1783 at Landguard Fort, Suffolk; died 25 February 1843 at Pattville, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire) was an English amateur cricketer. His brother was Harry David Jones (1791-1866) who played in 1 match for Middlesex in 1826.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John T. Jones)

  • John Bott

    John Bott (born 1779 in England; died February 1836 in London) was an English amateur cricketer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Bott)

  • John Slingsby

    John Slingsby (born 21 June 1788 at New Windsor, Berkshire; died 2 September 1826 at Cheltenham, Gloucestershire) was an English amateur cricketer.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Slingsby)

  • John Dudlow

    John Dudlow (July 28, 1796 – August 11, 1879) was an English cricketer who played for Kent. He was born and died in West Malling.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Dudlow)

  • John Newland (cricketer)

    John Newland (born 1717 at Slindon, Sussex; died 1800 in England) was an English professional cricketer who played first-class cricket during the 1740s for Slindon Cricket Club and Sussex. He made 8 known first-class appearances plus two more in single wicket.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Newland (cricketer))

  • John Mitchell (cricketer)

    William John Mitchell (December 1, 1947– ) is a former New Zealand cricketer, who played first–class cricket for Northern Districts and Otago. A Right–handed batsman and occasional right–arm medium pace bowler, Mitchell played 14 first–class matches in all from 1964 to 1969,William Mitchell from Cricket Archive retrieved September 16, 2008 scoring 634 runs at 27.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Mitchell (cricketer))

  • John Unstead

    John Unstead (February 9, 1790 — October 22, 1872) was an English cricketer who played for Kent. He was born and died in Waldron.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Unstead)

  • John Leaney

    John Leaney (christened May 20, 1790) was an English cricketer who played for Kent. He was born in Hawkhurst.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Leaney)

  • John Dyke

    for the Welsh international rugby union player see John Dyke (rugby player)... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Dyke)

  • John Mayers

    John Mayers (1801 — April 1865) was an English cricketer who played for Kent. He was born in Benenden and died in Hawkhurst.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Mayers)

  • John Barnwell (cricketer)

    Charles John Patrick Barnwell, born June 23, 1914 at Stoke-on-Trent and died September 4, 1998, at Fivehead, Somerset, played first-class cricket for Somerset as an amateur player before and after the Second World War.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Barnwell (cricketer))

  • John Douglas (sportsman)

    John Raymond Douglas (born October 24, 1951 in Brunswick East) is a former Australian sportsman who played Australian rules football in the Victorian Football League (VFL) with North Melbourne during the 1970s and first-class cricket for Victoria.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Douglas (sportsman))

  • John Antrobus (cricketer)

    John Antrobus (1806 – 26 July 1878) was an English clergyman and cricketer who played for Cambridge University in 1826.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Antrobus (cricketer))

  • John Derrick

    John Derrick is a Cricket Player... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Derrick)

  • John Elliott (cricketer)

    John William Elliott (born 12 February 1942) was an English cricketer who played ten first-class matches for Worcestershire between 1959 and 1965, although he played for the county's Second XI as late as 1971.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Elliott (cricketer))

  • John Appleyard

    John Appleyard (born July 20, 1938) was an English cricketer. He was a left-arm slow bowler who played List A cricket for Hertfordshire.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Appleyard)

  • John Stephenson (cricketer, born 1907)

    Lieutenant-Colonel John William Arthur Stephenson DSO (1 August 1907 – 20 May 1982) was a Hong-Kong-born English cricketer who played first-class cricket in both India and England from the late 1920s until shortly after the Second World War. His Wisden obituarist opined that "there would always have been fewer empty grounds" had more players been like him.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Stephenson (cricketer, born 1907))

  • John Cocker

    John Cocker (1815 – March 27, 1885) was an English cricketer who played for Kent. Cocker was born in Thurnham and died in South Australia.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Cocker)

  • John Cowderoy

    John Cowderoy (April 19, 1851 — January 15, 1934) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and a left-arm roundarm bowler who played for Surrey.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Cowderoy)

  • John Greenwood (cricketer, born 1800)

    John Greenwood (July 24, 1800, Tunbridge Wells – February 12, 1871, Pimlico) was an English lawyer and cricketer, who played cricket for Cambridge University.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Greenwood (cricketer, born 1800))

  • John Greenwood (cricketer, born 1851)

    John Greenwood (March 10, 1851 — August 31, 1935) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-pace bowler who played for Surrey.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Greenwood (cricketer, born 1851))

  • John Dilloway

    John Dilloway (christened November 4, 1798; died 1869) was an English cricketer who played for Sussex. He was born in Petworth.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Dilloway)

  • John Butt (cricketer)

    John Butt (May 7, 1892 — October 30, 1966) was an English cricketer. He was a left-handed batsman who played for Sussex.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Butt (cricketer))

  • John Barnard (cricketer)

    John Barnard (6 July 1794 at Chislehurst, Kent; died 17 November 1878 at Cambridge, England) was an English amateur cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1815 to 1830.Haygarth, S&B vols.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Barnard (cricketer))

  • John Kirwan (cricketer)

    John Henry Kirwan (born 25 December 1816 at Beaumaris, Anglesey; died 13 June 1899 at St Johns, near Antony, Cornwall) was an English amateur cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1836 to 1842.Haygarth, S&B vols.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Kirwan (cricketer))

  • John Burdett (cricketer)

    John Burdett (August 16, 1888 — April 16, 1974) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman who played for Leicestershire.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Burdett (cricketer))

  • John Lill (cricketer)

    Dr John Charles Lill (born December 7, 1933 in Adelaide) is a former Australian first-class cricketer who represented South Australia. He was a member of the South Australian team which won the Sheffield Shield in 1963/64.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Lill (cricketer))

  • John Pratt (cricketer)

    John Pratt (February 4, 1834 — June 6, 1886) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and a right-arm roundarm medium-pace bowler.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Pratt (cricketer))

  • John Sedgley

    John Brian Sedgley (born 17 February 1939) is a former English cricketer who played first-class cricket for Worcestershire between 1959 and 1961.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Sedgley)

  • John Mills (Hampshire cricketer)

    John Mills (11 August 1789 – 18 February 1871) was a British soldier, politician and amateur cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1816 to 1820.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Mills (Hampshire cricketer))

  • John Cushen

    John Arthur James Cushen (February 12, 1950- ) is a former New Zealand cricketer who played twenty years of first-class cricket for Auckland and Otago from 1967 to 1987. A right-arm fast-medium bowler, Cushen took 194 wickets at 28.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Cushen)

  • John Inchmore

    John Darling Inchmore (born 22 February 1949) is a former English cricketer who played first-class and List A cricket for Worcestershire during the 1970s and 1980s. He also played briefly for Northern Transvaal, and later for Wiltshire.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Inchmore)

  • John Conway (cricketer)

    John Conway (born 3 February 1842 at Fyansford, Victoria; died 22 August 1909 at Frankston, Melbourne) was an Australian professional cricketer and team manager who played first-class cricket from 1861–62 to 1879–80.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Conway (cricketer))

  • John Arthur (cricketer)

    John Lake Allen Arthur (born April 7, 1847, in Longford, Tasmania) was a Tasmanian cricket player, who played first class cricket for Tasmania.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Arthur (cricketer))

  • Sir John Bayley, 2nd Baronet

    Sir John Edward George Bayley, 2nd Baronet (23 December 1793 – 23 December 1871) was an English baronet and amateur cricketer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Sir John Bayley, 2nd Baronet)

  • John Wenman

    John Gude Wenman (born 11 August 1803 at Benenden, Kent; died 25 November 1877 at Chobham, Surrey) was an English professional cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1825 to 1838. He was a cousin of Ned Wenman.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Wenman)

  • John Greatrex

    John Greatrex (born E. John Greatrex on 18 November 1936) was an English cricketer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Greatrex)

  • John Hulme (cricketer, born 1950)

    John Hulme (born November 13, 1950) was a Welsh cricketer. He was a left-handed batsman who played for Shropshire.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hulme (cricketer, born 1950))

  • John Flower

    Not to be confused with fellow cricketer John Flowers.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Flower)

  • John Potts (cricketer)

    John Potts (born July 4, 1960) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium-fast bowler who played for Cheshire.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Potts (cricketer))

  • John Iberson

    John Iberson (December 10, 1923 — October 1989) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and leg-break bowler who played for Hertfordshire.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Iberson)

  • John Cundle

    John Cundle (born August 6, 1939) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman who played for Hertfordshire.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Cundle)

  • John Francis (Australian sportsman)

    John 'Jack' Charles Francis (June 22, 1908 - July 6, 2001) was an Australian sportsman who played first-class cricket for Victoria and Australian rules football with Hawthorn in the Victorian Football League (VFL).... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Francis (Australian sportsman))

  • John Tolliday

    John Tolliday (born 14 December 1947) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman who played for Devon.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Tolliday)

  • John Rhodes (cricketer)

    John Rhodes (born September 4, 1962) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium-pace bowler who played for Devon.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Rhodes (cricketer))

  • John Wake

    John Wake (born 13 February 1953) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and right-arm off-break bowler who played for Bedfordshire.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Wake)

  • John Raphael (sportsman)

    John Edward Raphael (April 30, 1882 - June 11, 1917Encyclopedia Judaica) was a Belgian born English sportsman who was capped nine times for England at rugby union and played first-class cricket with Surrey.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Raphael (sportsman))

  • John Le Fleming

    John Le Fleming (23 October, 1865 - 7 October, 1942) was an English sportsman who played first-class cricket for Kent and represented England at rugby union. He also went by the name Jack Le Fleming.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Le Fleming)

  • John Dold

    John 'Jack' Biddulph Dold (January 3, 1902 - September 17, 1968) was a South African rugby union international and first-class cricketer with Eastern Province.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Dold)

  • John Jacklin

    John Jacklin (born 12 December 1947) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium-fast bowler who played for Cambridgeshire.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Jacklin)

  • John Dixon (English sportsman)

    John Auger Dixon (27 May 1861 – 8 June 1931) was an English sportsman who captained Nottinghamshire at first-class cricket and represented the England national football team.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Dixon (English sportsman))

  • John Jewell (Worcestershire cricketer)

    John Mark Herbert Jewell, born at Bloemfontein, South Africa on May 3, 1917 and died at Durban, South Africa on October 29, 1946, played first-class cricket for Worcestershire in two matches in the 1939 season.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Jewell (Worcestershire cricketer))

  • John Dunn (cricketer)

    John Dunn (June 8, 1862 - October 10, 1892) was a English first-class cricketer who played with Surrey and the Marylebone Cricket Club. He also played cricket for Hong Kong later in his career.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Dunn (cricketer))

  • John Alford (cricketer)

    John Alford (born January 8, 1941, in Salisbury, Wiltshire) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batmsan and right-arm medium-fast bowler who played for Wiltshire.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Alford (cricketer))

  • John Spencer (cricketer, born 1954)

    John Spencer (born Arthur John Spencer on August 18, 1954, in Wigan, Lancashire) was an English cricketer. He was a left-handed batsman and left-arm medium-fast bowler who played for Wiltshire.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Spencer (cricketer, born 1954))

  • John Livermore (cricketer)

    John Livermore (born October 29, 1940) was an English cricketer who played for Wiltshire. He was born in Greenford, Ealing, Middlesex.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Livermore (cricketer))

  • John Huntley (cricketer)

    John Huntley (born Herbert John Huntley, 4 November 1883 — 28 March 1944) was an Australian-born New Zealand cricketer who played for Otago. He was born in Brighton and died in Tuapeka.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Huntley (cricketer))

  • John Aris

    John Aris (12 September 1843 – 12 November 1927) was an English-born New Zealand cricketer who played for Otago. He was born in Croydon and died in Palmerston North.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Aris)

  • John Leith (cricketer)

    John Leith (May 31, 1857 — July 28, 1928) was an Australian-born New Zealand cricketer who played for Otago. He was born in Melbourne and died in Dunedin.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Leith (cricketer))

  • John Maynard (cricketer)

    John Carl Maynard, (born 18 May 1969, Gingerland, Nevis) known as The Dentist, is a former West Indian cricketer. In a first-class career of just 13 matches, he took 35 wickets.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Maynard (cricketer))

  • John Hook

    John Stanley Hook (born May 27, 1954) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and right-arm off-break bowler who played for Somerset.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hook)

  • John Crommelin-Brown

    John Louis Crommelin-Brown (20 October 1888 — 11 September 1953) was an English schoolmaster, poet and cricketer who played for Derbyshire.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Crommelin-Brown)

  • John Davies (cricketer)

    John Davies (February 3, 1926 — April 1, 2005) was a Welsh cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and a leg-break bowler who played for Glamorgan.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Davies (cricketer))

  • John Matthews (cricketer)

    John Matthews (August 2, 1847 — September 25, 1912) was an English cricketer who played for Gloucestershire. He was born in Clifton, Bristol and died in Maidenhead.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Matthews (cricketer))

  • John Cockett

    John Ashley Cockett (born December 23, 1927 in Broadstairs) is a former English sportsman who was an olympic bronze medal winning field hockey player for England and Great Britain. He also played first class and minor counties cricket.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Cockett)

  • John Stevens (Australian cricketer)

    John Stevens (c. 1811 — March 30, 1891) was an Indian-born Australian cricketer who played for Victoria.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Stevens (Australian cricketer))

  • John Watson (cricketer)

    John Watson (March 29, 1828 — June 26, 1920) was an Australian cricketer who played for Tasmania. He was born in Sorell and died in Scottsdale.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Watson (cricketer))

  • John Griffiths (Gloucestershire cricketer)

    John Vesey Claude Griffiths, born at Lee, London on January 19, 1931 and died at Wedmore, Somerset on February 18, 1982, played first-class cricket for Gloucestershire from 1952 to 1957.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Griffiths (Gloucestershire cricketer))

  • John Dunlop Southern

    John Dunlop Southern (5 November 1899- 7 February 1972) was a Royal Navy officer and cricketer who played first-class cricket for Derbyshire in occasional games between 1919 and 1934.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Dunlop Southern)

  • John Collins (New Zealand cricketer)

    John Ulrich Collins (7 July 1868 – 16 July 1943) was a New Zealand cricketer who played six first-class matches: one for Nelson in 1884–85 and five for Canterbury between 1892–93 and 1895–96. As a teenager, he had also appeared in a minor match for a Wellington XXII that had much the worse of a draw against a ten-man Australians side in 1886–87.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Collins (New Zealand cricketer))

  • John Allen (cricketer, born 1903)

    John Allen (February 4, 1903 – March 18, 1961) was a New Zealand cricketer who played for Otago. He was born and died in Dunedin.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Allen (cricketer, born 1903))

  • John Holder

    John Wakefield Holder (born 19 March 1945) is an English former professional cricketer and first-class and Test umpire.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Holder)

  • John Love (cricketer)

    John Love (September 26, 1940 — August 18, 2004) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman who played for Oxfordshire.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Love (cricketer))

  • John Kelly (Lancashire and Derbyshire cricketer)

    John Martin Kelly (19 March 1922 - 13 November 1979) was an English cricketer who played first class cricket for Lancashire from 1947 to 1949 and for Derbyshire from 1950 to 1960.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Kelly (Lancashire and Derbyshire cricketer))

  • John Hurrell

    John Hurrell (born 1 September 1947) was an English cricketer. He was a left-handed batsman and right-arm medium-fast bowler who played for Cornwall.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hurrell)

  • John Roberts (cricketer)

    John Roberts (born 23 September 1948) is a former English minor counties cricketer. In his playing days, he was a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium-pace bowler who played for Shropshire.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Roberts (cricketer))

  • John Maunsell Richardson

    John Maunsell Richardson JP DL (Great Limber, Caistor, Lincolnshire 12 June 1846 - Westminster, London, 22 January 1912), was a cricketer who played for Cambridge University,Cricinfo Member of Parliament and a steeplechase jockey who won two Grand Nationals as a rider in the 1870s.bbc.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Maunsell Richardson)

  • John Wiltshire (cricketer)

    John Robert Wiltshire (January 20, 1952 - ) was a New Zealand domestic cricketer who played for Auckland and Central Districts between 1974 and 1984.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Wiltshire (cricketer))

  • John Gilbert (cricketer)

    John Dudley Harwood Gilbert (8 October 1910 - 24 June 1992) was an English cricketer who played first class cricket for Derbyshire from 1930 to 1936.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Gilbert (cricketer))

  • John Davis (cricketer, born 1882)

    John William Davis (10 April 1882 - 29 October 1963) was an English cricketer who played first class cricket for Derbyshire in 1920.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Davis (cricketer, born 1882))

  • John Simpson (cricketer)

    John Andrew Simpson (born 13 July 1988 in Bury) is a cricketer who played for England in the 2006 U-19's World Cup in Sri Lanka and is currently with Middlesex County Cricket Club.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Simpson (cricketer))

  • John Corbett (cricketer)

    Cornelius John Corbett (8 March 1883 – 10 April 1944) was an English cricketer who played first class cricket for Derbyshire from 1911 to 1924... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Corbett (cricketer))

  • John Carlin (umpire)

    John Carlin was a first class cricketer and test umpire Born in Nottinghamshire] in 1861, he played 76 first class matches for Nottinghamshire as a wicket keeper and left-handed batsman between 1887 and 1901. He took 101 catches, completed 39 stumpings and scored 1577 runs with a best of 85.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Carlin (umpire))

  • John Moss (cricket)

    John Moss was a first class cricketer and test match umpire Born in Clifton, Nottingham] in 1864, he played one match for Nottinghamshire in 1892 and stood in 12 test matches from his first, the England v Australia test at Old Trafford in 1902 to his last, between the same teams, at the Oval in 1921. He died in 1950 in Keyworth.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Moss (cricket))

  • John West (umpire)

    John West was a first class cricketer and test match umpire.Born in Little Sheffield in 1844, he played 52 first class matches for Yorkshire as a left arm fast roundarm bowler and left-handed tail end batsman.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John West (umpire))

  • John Thumwood

    John Thumwood (born 17 April 1785 at Hartley Row, Hampshire; died 13 November 1839 at Elvetham, Hampshire) was an English professional cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1816 to 1821. He was mainly associated with Hampshire and made 8 known appearances in first-class matches, including one for the Players in 1821.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Thumwood)

  • John Heath (cricketer)

    John Stanley Heath (30 August 1891 - 1 September 1972) was an English cricketer who played first class cricket for Europeans in India in 1918/19 and for Derbyshire in 1924 and 1925.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Heath (cricketer))

  • John Wallington

    John Clement Wallington (born 25 July 1790 at Ealing, Middlesex; died 25 August 1872 at Leamington Priors, Warwickshire) was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1817 to 1828. He was mainly associated with Hampshire and with Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), of which he was a member.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Wallington)

  • John Willan

    John James Willan (1799, England – 15 September 1869, Whitchurch, Hampshire) was an English amateur cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1819 to 1830. He was mainly associated with Hampshire and with Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), of which he was a member.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Willan)

  • John Page (cricketer)

    John Page (dates unknown) was an English professional cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1819 to 1822. He was mainly associated with Cambridge Town Club and made 5 known appearances in first-class matches.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Page (cricketer))

  • John Evans (Kent cricketer)

    John Evans (dates unknown) was an English professional cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1822 to 1823. He was mainly associated with Kent and made 4 known appearances in first-class matches.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Evans (Kent cricketer))

  • John Beagley

    John Beagley (born 22 July 1800 at Alton, Hampshire; died 12 July 1885 at Farnham, Surrey) was an English professional cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1823 to 1826. He was mainly associated with Hampshire and made 6 known appearances in first-class matches.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Beagley)

  • John Slater (cricketer)

    John Slater (born May 1795 at Storrington, Sussex; details of death unknown) was an English professional cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1825 to 1829. He was mainly associated with Sussex and made 7 known appearances in first-class matches.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Slater (cricketer))

  • John Dolphin (cricketer)

    John Dolphin (born 26 August 1804 at Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire; died 21 June 1889 at Antingham, Norfolk) was an English amateur cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1825 to 1827. He was mainly associated with Cambridge University and made 6 known appearances in first-class matches.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Dolphin (cricketer))

  • John Glendenen

    John David Glendenen (born 20 June 1965) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium-pace bowler who played for Durham.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Glendenen)

  • John Bayley (cricketer)

    John Bayley (born 17 May 1794 at Mitcham, Surrey; died 7 November 1874 at Mitcham) was an English professional cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1822 to 1850. He was mainly associated with Surrey and was a member of the county team when Surrey County Cricket Club was founded in 1845.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Bayley (cricketer))

  • Douglas St. John

    Douglas Stuart St John (February 26, 1928 – July 11, 1992) was a New Zealand first class cricketer who played for Otago and Wellington between 1946 and 1956. A right-handed batsman, St.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Douglas St. John)

  • John Rice (cricketer)

    John Michael Rice (born 23 October 1949) is a retired English cricketer who attended Brockley County Grammar School and played for Hampshire from 1971–1982, and briefly from 1983-1984 for Wiltshire. A right-handed batsman and right-arm medium pace bowler Rice played 168 first class games and 178 one-day matches for Hampshire, as well as 2 one-day matches for Wiltshire.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Rice (cricketer))

  • John Southern

    John William Southern (born 2 September 1952 in King's Cross, London) is a retired English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and a slow left-arm orthodox who played county cricket for Hampshire County Cricket Club.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Southern)

  • John Murdin

    John Vernon Murdin (16 August 1891, Wollaston, Northamptonshire – 11 April 1971, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire) was a professional Cricketer who spent his entire career at Northamptonshire. Although he was predominantly a Bowler, the highlight of his 14-year playing career was his County record last wicket partnership with fellow Wollaston-born player Ben Bellamy of 148.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Murdin)

  • John Pocknee

    John Pocknee (3 January 1860 — 18 June 1938) was an English cricketer. He was a wicket-keeper who played for Middlesex.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Pocknee)

  • John McMahon (cricketer)

    John William Joseph McMahon (28 December 1917 - 8 May 2001) was a first-class cricketer playing for Surrey and Somerset in England from 1947 to 1957.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John McMahon (cricketer))

  • John Barber (cricketer)

    John Benjamin Barber (6 February 1849 – 21 February 1908) was an English cricketer who played three first-class matches for Lancashire County Cricket Club between 1874 and 1876.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Barber (cricketer))

  • John Steele (cricketer, born 1905)

    John William Jackson Steele (30 July 1905 – 29 March 1990) was a English cricketer. Steele was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm medium pace.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Steele (cricketer, born 1905))

  • John Roberts (Somerset cricketer)

    John Kelvin Roberts, born at Liverpool on 9 October 1949, played first-class and List A cricket for Somerset in the 1969 and 1970 seasons.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Roberts (Somerset cricketer))

  • John Lyon (cricketer)

    John Lyon (17 May 1951–1 January 2010) was a first-class cricketer who played for Lancashire between 1973 and 1979.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Lyon (cricketer))

  • John Trask

    Surgeon-Captain John Ernest Trask (27 October 1861 – 25 July 1896) was an English cricketer who made 16 first-class appearances for Somerset between 1884–1895. He also served in the Army Medical Services from 1887 until his death from cholera in Sudan during 1896.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Trask)

  • John Crookes

    John Edward Crookes (7 March 1890 – 8 September 1948) was an English cricketer. Crookes was a right-handed batsman.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Crookes)

  • John Kennard

    John Adam Gaskell Kennard (8 November 1884 – 6 April 1949) was an English cricketer.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Kennard)

  • John Bridger

    Reverend John Richard Bridger (8 April 1920 – 14 July 1986) was an English cricketer. Bridger was a right-handed batsman and a leg break bowler.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Bridger)

  • John Blake (cricketer)

    John Philip Blake (17 November 1917 – 3 June 1944) was an English cricketer. Blake was a right-handed batsman.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Blake (cricketer))

  • John Lord (cricketer)

    John Carr Lord (29 April 1844 – 25 May 1911) was an Australian cricketer. Lord was a right-handed batsman.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Lord (cricketer))

  • John Challen

    John Bonamy Challen (26 March 1863 – 5 June 1937) was an English cricketer who made 52 first-class appearances for Somerset between 1884 and 1899. He also played football for Corinthian F.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Challen)

  • John Kelly (Nottinghamshire cricketer)

    John "Jack" Kelly, born on 15 September 1930 at Conisbrough, Yorkshire, played first-class cricket for Nottinghamshire from 1953 to 1957. He later played Minor Counties cricket for Devon.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Kelly (Nottinghamshire cricketer))

  • John Gregory (cricketer)

    John Thomas Gregory (22 April 1887 - 27 November 1914) was an English cricketer. Gregory was a left-handed batsman who bowled slow left-arm orthodox spin.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Gregory (cricketer))

  • John Moore (cricketer)

    John William Spearink Moore (29 April 1891 - 23 June 1980) was an English cricketer. Moore was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm medium pace.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Moore (cricketer))

  • John May (cricketer)

    John May (born September 26, 1849 in Southampton, Hampshire; date of death unknown) was an English cricketer. May was a right-handed batsman who was a right-arm fast bowler.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John May (cricketer))

  • John Gunner

    Captain John Hugh Gunner (17 May 1885 - 9 August 1918) was an English cricketer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Gunner)

  • John Frederick (cricketer)

    John St John Frederick (6 January 1846 - 10 September 1907) was an English cricketer. Frederick was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm roundarm fast.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Frederick (cricketer))

  • John Godfrey (cricketer)

    John Frederick Godfrey (born August 18, 1917 at Garsington, Oxfordshire; died October 1995 at Newton Abbot, Devon) was an English cricketer. Godfrey was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm fast-medium.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Godfrey (cricketer))

  • John Manners (cricketer)

    John Errol Manners (born September 25, 1914 at Exeter, Devon) is a former English cricketer. Manners was a right-handed batsman.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Manners (cricketer))

  • John Rawlence

    Colonel John Rooke Rawlence OBE (23 September 1915 – 17 January 1983) was an English cricketer. Rawlence was a right-handed batsman.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Rawlence)

  • John Galpin

    John George Galpin (13 January 1843 – 5 March 1917) was an English cricketer. Galpin was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm roundarm fast.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Galpin)

  • John Davidson (cricketer)

    John Davidson (born 1804 in London; died April 28, 1898 at Eastbourne, Sussex) was an amatuer English cricketer. Davidson played occasionally as a wicketkeeper.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Davidson (cricketer))

  • John Deedes

    John Deedes (14 June 1803 – 11 January 1885) was an amatuer English cricketer.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Deedes)

  • John Badcock (cricketer)

    John Badcock (4 October 1883 – 24 August 1940) was an English cricketer. Badcock was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm fast.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Badcock (cricketer))

  • John Bulbeck

    John Bulbeck (born 1888 in Havant, Hampshire; died 30 December 1918 at Havant, Hampshire) was an English cricketer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bulbeck)

  • John Moberly

    John Cornelius Moberly (22 April 1848 - 29 January 1928) was an English cricketer. Moberly was a right-handed batsman.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Moberly)

  • John Parker (cricketer, born 1902)

    John Palmer Parker (29 November 1902 – 9 August 1984) was an English cricketer. Parker was a right-handed batsman.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Parker (cricketer, born 1902))

  • John Rutherford (cricketer, born 1890)

    John Seymour Rutherford (27 February 1890 – 14 April 1943) was an English cricketer. Rutherford was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm medium pace.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Rutherford (cricketer, born 1890))

  • John Mill (cricketer)

    Sir John Mill (4 December 1803 – 20 February 1860) was an English cricketer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Mill (cricketer))

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