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Cricket Players

There are twenty-six Cricket Players called Wood.

  • Reginald Wood

    Reginald Wood (7 March 1860 in Cheshire, England – 6 January 1915 in New South Wales, Australia) had one of the most unusual Test cricket careers in cricket history, with only Joseph McMaster laying claim to a more unusual one. The son of John Wood, a Birkenhead merchant, and Montréal-born Elizabeth, he was educated at Charterhouse and played six matches for Lancashire County Cricket Club as an amateur before emigrating to Australia.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Reginald Wood)

  • Graeme Wood

    Graeme Malcolm Wood (born 6 November 1956, East Fremantle, Western Australia) is a former Australian cricketer who played in 59 Tests and 83 ODIs from 1978 to 1989. He scored nine Test centuries in his career and it was a West Australian record until 2001-02 when it was passed by Justin Langer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Graeme Wood)

  • Henry Wood (cricketer)

    Henry ("Harry") Wood (14 December 1853, Dartford, Kent - 30 April 1919 in Waddon, Surrey) was an English cricketer, who played county cricket for Kent County Cricket Club and Surrey County Cricket Club. He was a right-handed batsman, who bowled part-time right-arm fast, but was mainly a wicketkeeper.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Henry Wood (cricketer))

  • Matthew Wood (cricketer, born 1980)

    Matthew Wood (cricketer, born 1980) is a Cricket Player... (extract from the wikipedia article on Matthew Wood (cricketer, born 1980))

  • Barry Wood

    Barry Wood (born 26 December 1942) is a former cricketer who played 12 Tests for England as an opening batsman as well as 13 One Day Internationals.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Barry Wood)

  • George Wood (cricketer)

    George Edward Charles Wood (August 22, 1893, Blackheath, London – March 18, 1971, Christchurch, Dorset) was an English cricketer who played in 3 Tests in 1924.... (extract from the wikipedia article on George Wood (cricketer))

  • Arthur Wood (cricketer)

    Arthur Wood (August 25, 1898, Bradford, Yorkshire - April 1, 1973, Ilkley, Yorkshire) was an English cricketer who played in 4 Tests from 1938 to 1939.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Arthur Wood (cricketer))

  • John Wood (cricketer)

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

  • Lindsay Wood

    Lindsay Wood (born May 12, 1961) was an English cricketer. He was a left-handed batsman and a left-arm slow bowler who played for Kent and Derbyshire.... ( from the wikipedia article on Lindsay Wood)

  • Greg Wood

    Gregory Luke Wood (born 2 December 1988 in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, England) is a cricketer who played for England in the 2006 U-19 Cricket World Cup in Sri Lanka. He played one List A match for Yorkshire County Cricket Club in 2007 before leaving the club prior to start of the 2009 season.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Greg Wood)

  • Arthur Wood (cricketer, born 1892)

    Arthur John Wood (7 February 1892 — 1 March 1951) was an English cricketer who played for Derbyshire between 1911 and 1912.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Arthur Wood (cricketer, born 1892))

  • 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))

  • Matthew Wood (cricketer, born 1977)

    Matthew Wood (cricketer, born 1977) is a Cricket Player... (extract from the wikipedia article on Matthew Wood (cricketer, born 1977))

  • Christopher Wood (cricketer)

    Christopher Harland Wood (born 23 July 1934, in Manningham, Bradford, Yorkshire) played 4 matches of first class cricket for Yorkshire County Cricket Club in 1959 against Essex, Hampshire, Derbyshire and the touring Indian team. He also played for Yorkshire against Ireland in the same year, without success.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Christopher Wood (cricketer))

  • Barbara Wood (cricketer)

    Barbara Wood was an international cricketer who played one match for England women's cricket team against Australia in Melbourne in 1949.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Barbara Wood (cricketer))

  • Cecil Wood

    Cecil John Burditt Wood was a first class cricketer who played for Leicestershire County Cricket Club and London County Cricket Club. He is one of just six players in the first class history to carry his bat twice in the same match.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Cecil Wood)

  • Ronald Wood

    Ronald Wood was a first class cricketer who played 22 matches for Yorkshire County Cricket Club between 1952 and 1956. He also played for Yorkshire Second XI (1950-1957) and in non first class cricket for Worcestershire CCC in 1958.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Ronald Wood)

  • Arthur Wood (American cricketer)

    Arthur Machin Wood (21 February 1861–25 August 1947) was an English-born American cricketer, active in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Though he started his cricket career with Derbyshire, Wood played most of his major matches with the Philadelphian cricket team.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Arthur Wood (American cricketer))

  • Barney Wood

    Percival Barnes 'Barney' Wood (22 December 1901 - 9 June 1941) was an Australian sportsman who played both first-class cricket and Australian rules football.... ( from the wikipedia article on Barney Wood)

  • Edwin Wood

    Edwin Wood (born November 25, 1868) was an English cricketer. He was a wicket-keeper who played for Leicestershire.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Edwin Wood)

  • Christopher Wood (Australian cricketer)

    Christopher Wood (born 18 July 1986) is an Australian cricketer who played for the Western Warriors.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Christopher Wood (Australian cricketer))

  • Arthur Wood (cricketer, born 1844)

    Arthur Wood (born 25 May 1844 in Thedden Grange, Alton, Hampshire; died 10 September 1933 at Hove, East Sussex) was an English cricketer who played for Hampshire. He was a right-handed batsman and played as a wicketkeeper.... ( from the wikipedia article on Arthur Wood (cricketer, born 1844))

  • Julian Wood

    Julian Ross Wood (born 21 November 1968 in Winchester, Hampshire) is a retired English cricketer. Turner was a right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium pace bowler.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Julian Wood)

  • Matthew Wood (cricketer, born 1857)

    Sir Matthew Wood (29 September 1857 – 13 July 1908) was an English cricketer. Wood was a right-handed batsman who was a slow underarm bowler.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Matthew Wood (cricketer, born 1857))

  • Maxmillian Wood

    Lieutenant Colonel Maxmillian David Francis Wood DSO (22 February 1973 – 22 August 1915) was an English cricketer. Wood was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm fast-medium.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Maxmillian Wood)

  • Alfred Wood (cricketer)

    Alfred Herbert Wood (23 April 1866 – 19 April 1941) was an English cricketer.... ( from the wikipedia article on Alfred Wood (cricketer))

Wood

Gender: usually male

Meaning: Of the woods

Origin: American

Lucky Number: Six

Popularity: Position 942 in 1882

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