|Full name||Alexander Francis George Philip Hollick|
13 February 1936|
|Died||6 February 1991
Westminster, London, England
Source: CricketArchive, 23 January 2011
Alexander Francis George Philip Hollick (13 February 1936 in Cairo, Egypt – 6 February 1991 in Charing Cross, Westminster, London, England), usually known as Philip Hollick, was a cricketer who played for both Ireland and the USA.
A right-handed batsman, Hollick made his debut for Ireland against Sussex in August 1956, scoring one run before being bowled. His second and final match for Ireland was against Scotland in July 1957 scoring a duck in both innings, in what was his only first-class match.
He later played one match for the USA national side, against Canada in Montreal in September 1967. He scored one run in the first innings and top-scored in the second with 22 as the USA lost the match by five wickets.
- Cricket Archive profile
- Cricinfo profile
- Teams played for by Philip Hollick at Cricket Archive
- CricketEurope Stats Zone profile
- First-class matches played by Philip Hollick at Cricket Archive
- Scorecard of Canada v USA match, 3 September 1967 at Cricket Archive
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