George Wood (Yorkshire cricketer)
Born in Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England, Wood was a specialist wicket-keeper, who made his debut in a rain ruined against Sussex at Fartown, Huddersfield, where his batting was not called upon, and Yorkshire did not take the field. Batting at number eleven, he scored two runs and a duck and completed a stumping against Somerset at Headingley, a low scoring match won by the home team by 103 runs.
Wood died in Huddersfield, in December 1948, aged 86.
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