1933 English cricket season

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1933 English cricket season

1933 was the 40th season of County Championship cricket in England. Yorkshire's dominance continued with a third successive title. England defeated the touring West Indies 2–0.


Test series[edit]

West Indies tour[edit]

In a three-match series, England defeated West Indies 2-0 with one match drawn.

County Championship[edit]

Leading batsmen[edit]

Wally Hammond topped the averages with 3323 runs @ 67.81

Leading bowlers[edit]

Hedley Verity topped the averages with 190 wickets @ 13.43


Annual reviews[edit]

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