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James Adams (cricketer)

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Nickname  Jimmy, Bison, Hippy
Name  James (cricketer)
Height  6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Role  Cricketer

Batting style  Left-handed
Date joined  2002
James Adams (cricketer)
Full name  James Henry Kenneth Adams
Born  23 November 1980 (age 35) (1980-11-23) Winchester, Hampshire, England
2002–present  Hampshire (squad no. 4)
Current team  Hampshire County Cricket Club (#4)
Similar People  James Vince, Sean Ervine, Jimmy Adams, Giles White

Education  Loughborough University
Bowling style  Left arm medium pace

James Adams may refer to:


In sports

  • James Adams (cricketer, born 1811) (1811–1851), English cricketer
  • James Adams (cricketer, born 1904) (1904–1988), Australian cricketer
  • James Adams (cricketer, born 1980) (born 1980), English cricketer
  • James Adams (footballer, born 1864) (1864–1943), Scottish footballer
  • James Adams (footballer, born 1896) (1896–1973), English footballer who played for Chesterfield
  • James Adams (footballer, born 1908) (1908–1983), English footballer who played for West Bromwich Albion
  • Jim Adams (baseball) (1868–?), American baseball player
  • Jim Adams (lacrosse) (born c. 1929), American college lacrosse coach
  • Jim Adams (soccer) (born 1969), English soccer player
  • Fictional persons

  • James Adams (character), character in the CHERUB series by Robert Muchamore
  • Other

  • James Adams (Jesuit) (1737–1802), English philologist
  • James Adams (MP) (1752–1816), British Member of Parliament and Lord of the Admiralty
  • James Adams (lawyer) (1783–1843), American lawyer and intimate friend of the Joseph Smith, Jr., founder of the Latter Day Saint movement
  • James Adams (Massachusetts politician) (1810–1880), mayor of Charlestown, Massachusetts
  • James "Grizzly" Adams (1812–1860), American hunter, basis of a television program
  • James Hopkins Adams (1812–1861), American governor of South Carolina
  • James William Adams (1839–1903), Irish recipient of the Victoria Cross
  • James Barton Adams (1843–1918), cowboy poet
  • James F. Adams (1844–1922), American Civil War Medal of Honor recipient
  • James Truslow Adams (1878–1949), American historian
  • James Luther Adams (1901–1994), American theologian
  • James Adams (bishop of Barking) (1915–1999), fifth Bishop of Barking, 1975–1983
  • James L. Adams (1921–2014), American politician
  • James B. Adams (born 1926), former attorney, Texas legislator, and acting director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • James B. Adams (composer), English composer, organist, and cellist
  • James B. Adams (professor), professor at Arizona State University
  • James Adams (diplomat) (born 1932), British diplomat
  • James M. Adams Jr. (born 1948), Episcopal bishop in America
  • Jim Adams (musician) (born 1967), American heavy metal guitarist
  • James W. Adams, carpenter, builder and designer in Kentucky
  • W. James Adams, Deputy Chief Technologist at NASA
  • James Rowe Adams, founder of the Center for Progressive Christianity
  • Jay Boy Adams (born 1949), singer, songwriter, and guitarist born James Wallace Adams
  • James Adams (entrepreneur), American author and entrepreneur
  • References

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