John Binns (cricketer)
Born in Woodhouse Carr, Leeds, Yorkshire, England, Binns was a lower order right-handed batsman and a wicket-keeper, and was called up for the match against Leicestershire at Grace Road, Leicester, after the regular Yorkshire wicket-keeper, David Hunter, was injured in the previous match against Nottinghamshire at Headingley.
Binns made four runs in his only innings, and stumped three Leicestershire batsmen. But Hunter's more regular deputy, Arthur Bairstow, was called in for the following game and Binns did not play first-class cricket again.
He died in Leeds in December 1934.
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