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Thomas Quiddington

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Name  Thomas Quiddington
Role  Cricket Player
Died  1804

Thomas Quiddington (christened 21 January 1743, Coulsdon, Surrey – buried 6 December 1804, Coulsdon) was a noted English cricketer of the mid-18th century who played for Surrey.

Career

Quiddington was a member of the famous Chertsey Cricket Club. His name has the alternative spelling of Quiddenden. He was primarily a bowler but his pace and style are unknown. He was a long stop fielder and described as a "steady batter".

Quiddington's career probably began in the aftermath of the Seven Years' War and he was certainly active between the 1769 and 1784 seasons. He is first recorded playing for Caterham v Hambledon at Guildford Bason on 31 July and 1 August 1769, a game that Hambledon won by 4 wickets.

His last recorded appearance was for Chertsey v Coulsdon in June 1784.

References

Thomas Quiddington Wikipedia


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