Stanley Toyne

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Stanley Toyne
Personal information
Full name Stanley Mease Toyne
Born (1881-06-13)13 June 1881
Bournemouth, Hampshire, England
Died 22 February 1962(1962-02-22) (aged 80)
Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, England
Batting style Right-handed
Bowling style Underarm slow
Relations Herbert Hake (Nephew)
Domestic team information
Years Team
1928 Marylebone Cricket Club
1905 Hampshire
Career statistics
Competition FC
Matches 2
Runs scored 17
Batting average 5.66
100s/50s –/–
Top score 9
Balls bowled
Wickets
Bowling average
5 wickets in innings
10 wickets in match
Best bowling
Catches/stumpings 2/–
Source: Cricinfo, 12 January 2010

Stanley Mease "Sam" Toyne FRHS (13 June 1881 – 22 February 1962) was an English cricketer and headmaster.


Education and headmaster[edit]

Educated at Haileybury and at Hertford College, Oxford, where he was a Classical Exhibitioner, Toyne was a Master at Haileybury between 1906 and 1913. He was headmaster of St Peter's School, York from 1913 to 1936, where he coached future England captain Norman Yardley, and on the staff of Bedford School between 1937 and 1945.[1][2] He was a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and published a number of books on history.

Cricket[edit]

A right-handed batsman and an underarm slow bowler, although which arm he bowled with is unknown, Toyne represented Hampshire in a single first-class match in 1905, against Yorkshire. 23 years later, Toyne represented the Marylebone Cricket Club in a single first-class match against Ireland, which was also Toyne's last first-class match.

Death[edit]

He died at Broxbourne, Hertfordshire on 22 February 1962. He had married in 1910.

Publications[edit]

  • Albrecht von Wallenstein. A monograph: to which is appended an analysis of the Thirty Years War, 1911
  • Mediæval England. A framework of English history, 1066-1485, 1913
  • The Angevins and the Charter (1154-1216) the beginning of English law, the invasion of Ireland and the crusades, (Bell's English history source books), 1926
  • St. Peter's School and Alcuin (York Minster historical tracts), 1927
  • The Race. A play of Marathon, etc, 1934
  • The Scandinavians in History, 1948
  • History Today - Guy Fawkes and the Powder Plot, Toyne S.M., No.1, 1951
  • Sark, a feudal survivor, 1959
  • Hertfordshire Historical Association, 1961

Family[edit]

Toyne's nephew, Herbert Hake OBE represented Hampshire and Cambridge University in first-class cricket.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Norman Yardley". Wisden. Retrieved 17 November 2010. 
  2. ^ Obituary, The Times, 24 February 1962, p.10

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