Henry Tristram

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Henry Tristram
Full name Henry Barrington Tristram
Date of birth 5 September 1861
Place of birth Greatham, County Durham
England
Date of death 1 October 1946(1946-10-01) (aged 85)
Place of death Saint Helier, Jersey
Rugby union career
Playing career
Position Fullback
National team(s)
Years Club / team Caps (points)
1883–1887 England 5 (0)

Henry Barrington "Tim" Tristram (5 September 1861 – 1 October 1946) was an English sportsman who played international rugby union for England and first-class cricket.[1]

Tristam played his rugby as a fullback and took part in the inaugural Home Nations Championship in 1883, debuting in England's final fixture against Scotland. England won the championship that year and he was also a member of three further campaigns, including their second title win in 1884.[2]

From 1883 to 1893, he played with the Durham County Cricket Club, but his matches didn't have first-class status.[3] His only first-class match came when he was studying at Oxford in 1883, representing the university against the Gentlemen of England. A right handed batsman, he came in at four in each innings, but scored just six and one.[4]

In 1903 he replaced his brother in-law, Hely Hutchinson Almond, as Headmaster of Loretto School. He remained in that position until 1908, when he was forced to retire south because of delicate health.[5] He taught for four more years at St Paul's School in London, but then retired even further south to Jersey.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tim Tristram". CricketArchive. 
  2. ^ "Henry Tristram". ESPN Scrum. 
  3. ^ "Other matches played by Tim Tristram". CricketArchive. 
  4. ^ "Oxford University v Gentlemen of England". CricketArchive. 
  5. ^ "Obituary: Mr H. B. Tristram". The Times (50573) (London). 4 October 1946. p. 7.