1920 English cricket season

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1920 English cricket season
Cricket format First-class cricket
1919
1921

The 1920 English cricket season had no Test cricket as the post-war recovery continued. Middlesex rose from 13th in 1919 to win the 1920 County Championship and take the first of two back-to-back titles.[1] Worcestershire returned to the championship after missing the 1919 season.

Honours[edit]

County Championship[edit]

Leading batsmen[edit]

Patsy Hendren topped the averages with 2520 runs @ 61.46, just ahead of Jack Hobbs who scored 2827 @ 58.89.

Leading bowlers[edit]

Jack Hobbs topped the bowling averages taking 17 wickets. The leading full-time bowler was Wilfred Rhodes with 161 wickets @ 13.18.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wynne-Thomas, Peter (1983). The Hamlyn A-Z of Cricket Records. Hamlyn Publishing Group. ISBN 0-600-34667-6. 

Annual reviews[edit]

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