|Full name||Joseph Flint|
23 April 1840|
Wirksworth, Derbyshire, England
|Died||2 November 1912
|Batting style||Right-handed batsman|
|Bowling style||Right-arm round arm slow bowler|
|Domestic team information|
|First-class debut||28 June 1872 Derbyshire v Lancashire|
|Last First-class||23 June 1879 Derbyshire v Lancashire|
Source: , 16 December 2010
In 1870 Flint played for a Wirksworth team against an All-England XI with George Frost who followed him to Derbyshire. He debuted for Derbyshire in the 1872 season in a match against Lancashire, when he took two wickets and scored 13 and 19 not out. He played the return match against Lancashire that year, and also played for Derbyshire against the Queen's Club. He played one first class game against Lancashire in the 1873 season and also appeared for Derbyshire in an additional fixture against Nottinghamshire. He appeared in all four first-class matches played by Derbyshire during the 1874 season and took 18 wickets. He also appeared in the miscellaneous games against Nottinghamshire, Yorkshire and United South of England. He also made an appearance for Leicestershire against an ALl England Eleven. In the 1875 season he played three games and also played for Rochdale against an All England XI. He did not appear again until the 1878 season when he took six wickets for 28 in his return game against Lancashire. He also played for Buxton against the Australians. He played two more games in the 1879 season.
Flint was a right-arm round-arm slow bowler who took 44 wickets at an average of 13.65, with a best performance of 6-28. He was a right-handed batsman who played 24 innings in 14 first class matches, with a top score of 24 and an average of 6.8.
Flint died at Wirksworth at the age of 72.