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His first match, and only County Championship appearance, came against Gloucestershire at Cheltenham in August 1913, though he had something of a nightmare debut: he made 0 and 0* with the bat, conceded 20 runs from two wicketless overs, and did not hold a catch.
After the war he appeared once more, against Warwickshire in one of the friendly games Worcestershire played in 1919 (the county did not return to Championship cricket until the following season). This time he made a rather better fist of things, scoring 44 in his only innings and taking the only wicket of his career when he bowled Warwickshire's number ten Ernest Suckling.
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