|Batting style||Right-hand bat|
|Bowling style||Right-arm fast-medium|
Playing on both side of the First World War, he came to England in 1911/12 against the team captained by Plum Warner. In that series, he took a total of only 6 wickets at 41.50. However, on his return in the Triangular tournament of 1912 he was more successful and made 360 runs in six Tests, with 114 at Manchester and 102 at Lord's, both against South Africa. He also had best bowling of 5/33 in an innings.
He died after a long illness in Sydney.
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