1927 English cricket season
Five years before Bodyline, top of the averages in the 1927 English cricket season were Douglas Jardine and Harold Larwood. The season is notable for being the last one to date in which there was no Test series, apart from the years of World War II and 1970 (when the abandoned South African tour was replaced by five matches between England and the Rest of the World).
- County Championship - Lancashire
- Minor Counties Championship - Staffordshire
- Wisden Cricketers of the Year, named in the 1928 edition of Wisden Cricketers' Almanack – Roger Blunt, Charlie Hallows, Walter Hammond, Douglas Jardine, Vallance Jupp
Douglas Jardine topped the averages with 1002 runs @ 91.09
Harold Larwood topped the averages with 100 wickets @ 16.95
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