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Batting style
  
Right-handed

1970-71 to 1978-79
  
East Trinidad

Name
  
Prince Bartholomew

1968-69 to 1976-77
  
Trinidad

Role
  
Cricket Player


Prince Bartholomew Trinidad Tobago cricketer Prince Bartholomew passes away West

Full name
  
Prince Charles Smith Bartholomew

Born
  
9 October 1939 (age 84) (
1939-10-09
)
San Juan, Trinidad and Tobago

Bowling style
  
Right-arm fast-medium

1968-69 to 1969-70
  
North Trinidad

Remembering Prince Bartholomew


Prince Charles Smith Bartholomew (9 October 1939 – 25 April 2017) was a Trinidad cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1969 to 1978.

An opening bowler and middle-order batsman, Bartholomew made his first-class debut in 1968-69. He had his most successful season with both bat and ball in 1970-71, scoring 325 runs at an average of 40.62 and taking 27 wickets at 21.96. He scored 95 not out and 53 not out for Trinidad against Guyana in the Shell Shield, which Trinidad won. Captaining East Trinidad in the Beaumont Cup, he took 5 for 35, 4 for 29, 2 for 33 and 2 for 73, as well as top-scoring in the final with 82, to lead East Trinidad to the title in their first season in the competition.

Captaining North and East Trinidad in their first match in the Beaumont Cup in 1975-76, he took 8 for 27, which remain the best figures in the competition.

He captained Trinidad in the 1975-76 season, when they shared the Shell Shield title with Barbados, and captained East Trinidad in most of their first-class matches from 1971 to 1979.

References

Prince Bartholomew Wikipedia


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