1922 English cricket season

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The 1922 English cricket season saw Yorkshire recover the County Championship and begin a run of four successive titles.

Honours[edit]

Leading batsmen[edit]

Patsy Hendren topped the averages with 2072 runs @ 66.83

Leading bowlers[edit]

Wilfred Rhodes topped the averages with 119 wickets @ 12.19

Notable matches[edit]

Warwickshire and Hampshire took part in one of the most remarkable of all County Championship matches, at Edgbaston on 14–16 June. Warwickshire made 223 and then dismissed Hampshire for only 15, Calthorpe taking 4/4 and Howell 6/7. Eight batsmen made ducks. Following on, Hampshire did much better, but still seemed certain to lose at 274 for 8. George Brown with 172, and the captain's valet and wicket-keeper Walter Livsey with 110 not out, took the total to 521. Warwickshire needed 314 to win. Jack Newman and Alec Kennedy then bowled Hampshire to a remarkable victory.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Warwickshire v Hampshire scorecard Retrieved 2 September 2010.
  2. ^ John Arlott, Arlott on Cricket, edited by David Rayvern Allen, Fontana/Collins, 1985 edition, ISBN 0-00-637007-1, pp10-14, "The Impossible Victory".

Annual reviews[edit]

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