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James Bryant (Australian cricketer)

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Full name  James Mark Bryant
1856/57–1861/62  Victoria
1852  Surrey

Batting style  Right-handed
Name  James Bryant
James Bryant (Australian cricketer)
Died  10 December 1881 Sale, Victoria, Australia

Bowling style  Right-arm medium pace

James Mark "Jerry" Bryant (1826 – 10 December 1881) was an Australian cricketer. He played first-class cricket matches for Surrey and Victoria. He was born in England in 1826, being christened on 24 October of that year at Caterham, Surrey.

Bryant was an instrumental figure at the outset of Australian rules football, providing footballs, equipment and amenities for many of the earliest recorded matches in the parklands of Melbourne. His hotel, the Parade Hotel, near the Melbourne Cricket Ground, is where the first laws of the game were codified by members of the Melbourne Football Club in May 1859.

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