James Crosbie Smith
|Batting style||Left-handed batsman|
He made little lasting impression on cricket, but in July 1924 at Kettering he and number 11 Harry Rogers put on 65 for the last wicket in Worcestershire's second innings against Northamptonshire. This proved vital as Worcestershire ran out winners by 25 runs. Smith's highest score of 70 had come earlier in his career, against Nottinghamshire at Amblecote in June 1923, but on that occasion his efforts had not affected the result of this game, with Worcestershire falling to a heavy defeat.