|Full name||Frank Arthur Barrs|
23 April 1871|
Repton Park, Derbyshire, England
|Died||16 December 1963
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
|Batting style||Left-handed batsman|
|Bowling style||Left-arm fast bowler|
|Domestic team information|
|First-class debut||17 May 1900 Derbyshire v Surrey|
|Last First-class||13 June 1901 Derbyshire v Worcestershire|
Source: , April 2012
Barrs was born in Repton Park, the son of Henry Barrs, a farmer and his wife Elizabeth. He made his Derbyshire debut in the 1900 season in May against Surrey and in his first innings scored his best innings total of 58. He made ten more runs in his career in one further match in 1900 and a single game in the 1901 season.
Barrs was a left-handed batsman and played five innings in three first class matches with an average of 13.6 and a top score of 58. He was a left-arm fast bowler and took one wicket in six overs at a cost of 29 runs.
Barrs emigirated to South Dakota in 1908 and after 3 months went on to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He played a match for Vancouver against the Australians in 1913. He lived for the rest of his life in Vancouver where he died aged 92.
- British Census 1881
- Frank Barrs at Cricket Archive