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Jack Hobbs
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Born in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Born on 16th of December 1882
Died on 21st of December 1963

Born 1882. Died 1963 - English cricketer.


Played in 61 cricket test matches between 1907 and 1930. Captained England in 1926. First professional English cricketer to be knighted, in 1953.

Links:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/shared/spl/hi/cricket/02/ashes/lege BBC Bio

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From Chris W, Norwich on 16th March 2010
Jack Hobbs played in the ONLY 3-day Test Match v Australians, ever held in Norfolk in May 1922. Played at Old Buckenham Hall on a pitch entirely imported from Australia by Lionel Robinson.

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