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|Full name||Frank Mycroft|
30 June 1873|
Shirland, Derbyshire, England
|Died||26 September 1900
|Domestic team information|
|First-class debut||9 July 1894 Derbyshire v Yorkshire|
|Last First-class||8 July 1895 Derbyshire v Yorkshire|
Source: CricketArchive (subscription required), January 2012
Mycroft was born in Shirland Toadhole Furnace, Derbyshire, the son of Matthew Mycroft, a farmer of 70 acres (280,000 m2), and his wife Eliza. Mycroft started playing for Derbyshire in the 1893 season before they were included in the County Championship. He was a wicket-keeper for the club and played in two first-class matches both against Yorkshire in the 1894 and 1895 seasons, standing in for the regular wicket-keeper William Storer. Mycroft was a left-handed batsman who was last man in his matches.
Mycroft died in 1900 in Leicester, at the age of 27.
- Frank Mycroft at Cricket Archive (subscription required)