George Frederick Tarrant (born 7 December 1838 at Cambridge; died 2 July 1870 at Cambridge) was an English professional cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1860 to 1869. Mainly associated with Cambridge Town Club (aka Cambridgeshire), he made 71 known appearances in first-class matches.
Tarrant took 421 wickets at 11.89 with a best analysis of 10/40. He took five wickets in an innings 41 times and ten wickets in a match 16 times.
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