| Arthur Woodcock|
| Right-arm fast|
| 23 September 1865 (1865-09-23) Northampton, Northamptonshire, England|
May 14, 1910, Billesdon, United Kingdom
Arthur Woodcock Wikipedia
Arthur Woodcock was a first class cricketer who played in 121 first-class matches for Leicestershire CCC from 1894 to 1908 and appeared for London County in 1900.
During the late 1890s Arthur Woodcock was regarded as the second-fastest bowler in England, shaded only by Charles Kortright. His 548 wickets at 22.28 included 102 in 1895 and 9 for 28 against MCC at Lord's in 1899. A right-handed tail-ender, he averaged 8.31 with a top score of 62 not out. In 1906 he umpired first-class matches.
Arthur Woodcock was born in Northampton on 23 September 1865 and died at Billesdon from "self-administered poison" on 14 May 1910.