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Wally Hammond


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Wally Hammond
   represented   
England
(1927-1947) A medium-fast bowler & slip fielder. He set a world record for the highest score in Test cricket when he made 336 against N.Z. in 1933, including a then record 10 sixes. In 1928/29 against Australia he averaged 113.12 in 5 Tests. He captained England in 20 of his Tests. He took over 700 first-class wickets. In all first-class cricket he scored over 50 000 runs & took 800 catches
Wally Hammond
   was a   
Cricketer
English, (1903-1965)






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