Arthur Emmett (cricketer)
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Arthur Emmett (1869 – 12 November 1935), the third of six children for Tom and Grace Emmett.
Emmett was a medium pace bowler who played three first-class matches for Leicestershire in 1902. He returned his best figures of 3-48 against London County at Aylestone Road, Leicester, where his victims included the former Australian captain, Billy Murdoch. His third and final appearance was at Lord's against MCC.
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