1932 English cricket season
The 1932 English cricket season saw the beginning of England's Test matches against India with England winning 1-0. A team known as "All-India" toured, with one Test played, 25 other first-class matches and 12 lesser games. A team from South America also toured England, playing six first-class matches and 12 other games.
- County Championship - Yorkshire
- Minor Counties Championship - Buckinghamshire
- Wisden - Ewart Astill, Freddie Brown, Alec Kennedy, C. K. Nayudu, Bill Voce
Herbert Sutcliffe topped the averages with 3336 runs @ 74.13
Harold Larwood topped the averages with 162 wickets @ 12.86
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