1929 English cricket season

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The 1929 English cricket season featured a tour by the South African team. In domestic cricket, Nottinghamshire overcame their two northern rivals, Lancashire and Yorkshire, to win the County Championship.


Test series[edit]

England defeated South Africa 2-0 with three matches drawn.

Leading batsmen[edit]

Jack Hobbs topped the averages with 2263 runs @ 66.55

Leading bowlers[edit]

Dick Tyldesley topped the averages with 154 wickets @ 15.57

Annual reviews[edit]

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