Thomas Smith (cricketer, born 1905)

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Thomas George Harrison Smith (6 March 1905 1 June 1993) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman who played for Northamptonshire. He was born and died in Northampton.

Smith made a single first-class appearance for the side, during the 1931 season. In the only innings in which he batted, he scored 11 runs.

From 9 overs of bowling, he took figures of 0-28.

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