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Profiles

  • Montague John Druitt (1857 - 1888)
    Montague John Druitt Graduate of Winchester College and an avid sportsman who was discovered drowned in the Thames river on December 31, 1888. He is considered by many to be the number one suspect in...
  • Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Evelyn Ridley Bradford, 2nd Baronet (1869 - 1914)
    Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Evelyn Ridley Bradford, 2nd Baronet (16 April 1869 – 14 September 1914) was a British Army officer and English cricketer. Bradford was a right-handed batsman who was a r...
  • Ernest Augustus Fawcus (1895 - 1966)
    Ernest Augustus Fawcus (10 November 1895 – 30 June 1966) Born at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, and educated at Aldenham School and would later become a British Army and Royal Air Force ...
  • Guy G Napier (c.1884 - 1915)
    Guy Napier England Full name Guy Greville Napier Born January 26, 1884, City of London Died September 25, 1915, Loos, France (aged 31 years 242 days) Major teams Cambridge University, Europeans...

Scope of Project

Famous Cricketers from around the world.

Books

"100 Great Westindian Test Cricketers, " by Bridgette Lawrence with Reg Scarlett.

Links

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Countries and Governing Body

  • Australia -- Cricket Australia
  • Bangladesh -- Bangladesh Cricket Board
  • England (and Wales) -- England and Wales Cricket Board
  • India -- Board of Control for Cricket in India
  • New Zealand -- New Zealand Cricket
  • Pakistan -- Pakistan Cricket Board
  • South Africa -- Cricket South Africa
  • Sri Lanka -- Sri Lanka Cricket
  • West Indies -- West Indies Cricket Board
  • Zimbabwe -- Zimbabwe Cricket Union

Top Associate/Affiliate Members and Governing body

  • Afghanistan -- Afghanistan Cricket Board
  • Canada -- Cricket Canada
  • Ireland -- Cricket Ireland
  • Kenya -- Cricket Kenya
  • Netherlands -- Koninklijke Nederlandse Cricket Bond
  • Scotland -- Cricket Scotland

Notables by Country

Links to Wikipedia pages

Courtney Walsh - West Indies

Maurice Foster - West Indies

Lawrence Rowe - West Indies

Ricardo Powell - West Indies

Daren Powell - West Indies

Garfield Sobers - West Indies

Ellis Achong - West Indies

Imran Khan - Pakistan See Geni Profile

Ian Botham - England

Denis Compton - England

Graham Hick - Zimbabwean born; Enland

Allan Lamb South African born; South Africa; England

Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff - England

Tony Greig -South African born; England

Sir Leonard Hutton England

Mark Ramprakash - England

Duncan Fletcher - Zimbabwe

Henry Olonga - Born in Zambia; Zimbabwe

Andy Flower - Born in South Africa; Zimbabwe; English Coach

Kepler Wessels - South African born. South Africa; Australia

Donald Bradman - Australia

Richard (Richie) Benaud - Australia

Greg Chappell - Australia

Ian Chappell - Australia

Adam Gilchrist - Australia

Bill Lawry - Australia

Charlie Macartney - Australia

Ricky Ponting - Australia

Shane Warne - Australia

Mark Waugh - Australia

Steve Waugh - Australia

Sachin Tendulkar - India

Heath Streak - Zimbabwe

Early English Cricketers

Johnny Briggs (3 Oct 1862 - 11 Jan 1902)

Michael Falcon (21 Jul 1888-27 Feb 1976)

Charles Burgess Fry 925 Apr 1872- 7 Sep 1956)

William Gilbert Grace (18 Jul 1848 - 23 Oct 1915) See Geni Profile

Martin Bladen Hawke, 7th Baron Hawke of Towton (16 Aug 1860 - 10 Oct 1938) See Geni Profile

Hesketh Vernon Hesketh-Prichard (17 Nov 1876 - 14 Jun 1922)

George Hirst (7 Sep 1871 - 10 May 1954)

Jack Hobbs (16 Dec 1882 - 21 Dec 1963)

Sir Alan Geoffrey Hotham (3 Oct 1876-10 Jul 1965)

Gilbert Jessop (19 May 1874 - 11 May 1955)

Wilfred Rhodes (29 Oct 1877 - 8 Jul 1973)

William Rhodes (4 Mar 1883 - 5 Aug 1941)

Harry Riley ( 17 Aug 1875 - 6 Nov 1922)

Ernest Tyldesley (5 Feb 1889 - 5 May 1962)

Frank Woolley (27 May 1887 - 18 Oct 1978)