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Alfred Mynn and Cricketers of his time. avg rating — 0 ratings — published Want to Read saving /5(4). Variations in published cricket statistics have come about because there is no official view of the status of cricket matches played in Great Britain before or in the rest of the world before As a result, historians and statisticians have compiled differing lists of matches that they recognise as unofficially first-class (i.e., as important matches).
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His opponent was Nicholas Felix, another of Kent’s legendary five (“And with five such cricketers it was natural to win/As Felix, Wenman, Hillyer, Fuller Pilch and Alfred Mynn” ran a. Alfred Mynn and the cricketers of his time.
by Patrick Morrah and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Alfred Mynn - the "Lion of Kent" - was to the first half of the 19th century what WG Grace was to the second half.
Physically he was a giant as well, standing over six feet and weighing in excess. One site refers to a book published in (Alfred Mynn and the Cricketers of his time by Patrick Morrah (Eyre and Spottiswoode)) that states "So much is known to us, but there is also an interesting examination of Mynn's origins, going back in Goudhurst tobesides an account of parents, brothers, sisters, and his own marriage in Alfred Mynn and the Cricketers of his Time, Constable.
ISBN X External links "Alfred Mynn" Cricketarchive - statistics of Mynn's career. "Alfred Mynn" Cricinfo - statistics and profile. "Alfred Mynn - the mighty man of rustic Kent", Cricinfo, 13 September Alfred Mynn: a cricketing colossus who fell foul of the amateur code I think that was John Woodcock "The Times Hundred Greatest Cricketers".
Reading that was the first time I was aware of the. Alfred Mynn (19 January – 1 November ) was an English cricketer during the game's "Roundarm Era".He was a genuine all-rounder, being both an attacking right-handed batsman and a formidable right arm fast bowler.
The noted cricket writer John Woodcock ranked him as the fourth greatest cricketer of all time. Simon Wilde wrote of him: "The speed at which Mynn bowled and his.
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Start This article has been rated as Start-Class on the project's quality scale. Kent County Cricketers A to Z Part One: by Derek Carlaw The original intention was to produce the A to Z in book form but, given the long history of cricket in Green, ) and Oxford Memories (Richard Bentley, ) together with Patrick Morrah’s Alfred Mynn & the cricketers of his time.
(Eyre & Spottiswwoode, ) are the. Cricketer. He is credited with the invention of cricket pads. He was a hop farmer by trade, but became famous as one of the greatest cricketers of the round-arm era. He played first-class cricket for Kent, and was popularly known as The Lion of Kent. He was an all Burial: St Mary the Virgin Church, Thurnham, Maidstone.
This article is an orphan, as no other articles link to introduce links to this page from ; try the Find link tool for suggestions. (August ). I have been studying the books of John Woodcock and Cristopher Martin Jenkins on their best cricketers of all doubt,they produced outstanding works and truly great r I felt they both had an accute bias towards English cricketers in selection and ranking.I complement Woodcock a little more with his fair selection of Kanhai,Hanif Mohammad.
The dutiful letters of Alfred Mynn's daughters are discussed by Patrick Morrah, "Alfred Mynn and His Daughters", in The Cricket Quarterly, JulyII.3, p. The present letters are the only letters to have survived after the death of Captain A.G.M. Whitman, great grandson of Alfred.
Today’s uncovered space is dedicated to Alfred Mynn. Although he never played International cricket and died well before the advent of Test cricket, i.e., inmore than 15 years before the first match he was considered to be one of the greatest all-rounder of his time.
Lobsters in Cricket, Part 8: William Clarke Lobsters in Cricket, Part 8: William Clarke William Clarke was the greatest of the lob bowlers. But, that was just a fraction of his contribution to the. Padwick (Compiler), “A Bibliography of Cricket, 2 nd Edition” (The Library Association, ) 2.
Patrick Morrah, “Alfred Mynn and the Cricketers of His Time” (Eyre Spottiswoode, ) 3. Greg de Moore, “Tom Willis, His Spectacular Rise and Tragic Fall” (Allen & Unwin ) 4.
Alfred Mynn and the Cricketers of His Time by Patrick Morrah () Jan 1, MYNN, ALFRED (–), cricketer, born at Goudhurst, Kent, 19 Jan.was the fourth son of William Mynn, a gentleman farmer, whose ancestors were renowned for their great stature and physical strength.
He was educated privately, and in removed with his family to Harrietsham, near Leeds in Kent, which at that time boasted of the.
The Jubilee Book of Cricket/Chapter The "Lion of Kent" subsequently was Mr Alfred Mynn. He was born at Twisden Lodge, Goudhurst, Janu William Lambert in issued his 'Cricketers' Guide.' Lambert played his first great .