1906 English cricket season
The 1906 English cricket season saw the Championship decided on the very last day with Kent just pipping Yorkshire for the title. George Hirst achieved the unique feat of a "double Double", i.e. scoring over 2000 runs and taking more than 200 wickets in first-class matches: 2385 runs and 208 wickets.
- County Championship - Kent
- Minor Counties Championship - Staffordshire
- Wisden - Jack Crawford, Arthur Fielder, Ernie Hayes, Kenneth Hutchings, Neville Knox
Cuthbert Burnup topped the averages with 1207 runs @ 67.05
Schofield Haigh topped the averages with 174 wickets @ 14.59
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